WorkWhile, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a platform that connects the right workers to the right shifts, raised $13M in Series A funding. The round was led by Reach Capital with participation from existing investors Khosla Ventures, F7 Ventures and new investors Chamaeleon, Position Ventures, and Gaingels, among others.
Co-Founder and CEO Jarah Euston said: “We’re proud to have helped thousands of workers earn millions of dollars in income during the pandemic. We’re also proud to pay them the next day, offer sick pay credit, and connect them to free telehealth services through our partnership with Curai Health.”
WorkWhile provides an API that automates staffing workflows. It eliminates the manual effort of requesting and scheduling staff and prevents human errorsIntegrations with operations and HR systems allow customers to manage their entire workforce in one place.
The company plans to use the funds to drive growth and hiring, doubling market footprint in 2022.
Announcement: WorkWhile Raises $13M for Staffing API