Asana provides a world-class application that makes it easier for teams to track their work with greater clarity, accountability, and efficiency. Asana is one of Fast Company 's Most Innovative Companies, the top work-tracking vendor on Forbes's inaugural Cloud 100 list, and the only enterprise software application to win Google's 2016 Material Design Award.

Our mission is to help humanity thrive by enabling all teams to work together effortlessly, and we built Asana to improve the productivity of teams and increase the potential output of every team’s effort. We have a considerable mission and an even bigger opportunity: to change the way teams work together and accelerate a market which is made up of all teams of knowledge workers, representing billions in potential yearly revenue.

Currently, over 30,000 teams use Asana—from USAA Bank, Uber, Pinterest, and TED, to Zappos, Malala Fund, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and Tribeca Film Festival. According to our customers, teams and organizations run their operations and track projects 45% more efficiently in Asana.

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

Asana highly values diversity and inclusion. As a company, we strive to be the change we want to see in the workplace. And the workplace we want to see in this world is radically inclusive. We endeavor to provide a hiring and working experience in which all people feel they are equally respected and valued, regardless of gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, age, citizenship, or any other aspect which makes someone unique.

Asana strives to create an empowering and welcoming workplace culture. A critical element of that is working constantly to create a more diverse and inclusive team in support of our mission to help humanity thrive by enabling all teams to work together effortlessly. To help ensure Asanas are aware of and support our mission, we provide D&I onboarding as well as regular company-wide learning sessions on a variety of topics, like allyship, race, religion, and unconscious bias.

Building diverse teams and an inclusive product means creating a more inclusive environment for both our current and future employees, and we believe a diverse and inclusive company contributes to greater business success.

Asana’s D&I program works to create a culture of diversity and inclusion across three key areas: Thriving Now, Recruiting for the Future, and Building on the Past.

As part of our effort to create an environment that’s respectful of every Asana’s needs, we offer 16 weeks paid leave to all new parents, and we have gender neutral restrooms throughout our offices. In addition, we’re committed to equal pay and have taken Glassdoor’s Equal Pay Pledge. We’ll also be expanding our audit and analysis to focus on various intersectionalities, including non-binary genders, race, and ethnicity.

Celebrating and Supporting Our Identities with Employee Resource Groups

More than half of Asanas belong to one or more of the following resource groups, which focus on building a trusted, safe community, add value through volunteer work, and serve as a resource for professional development.

  • Gradient cultivates community for people of color and allies at Asana through conversations, community engagement, and creating space for everyone’s experiences.
  • AsanaWomen showcases the work and passions of women in the tech industry by providing a platform to celebrate their talents and spotlight role models.
  • Team Rainbow provides a space for queer people and allies to support and learn from each other in a safe and loving environment.
Exceptional Benefits

We cover 100% of insurance premiums, offer generous parental leave (16 weeks paid leave to all new parents), paid sabbatical after 3 years, commuter benefits, and rideshare credits.

In addition, our culinary team serves three delightful and nutritious meals each day. We have yoga on-site daily and offer a monthly fitness reimbursement.

Being A Choice Workplace

We’re proud of our culture, but we’re even more proud to be recognized as a choice workplace in our industry and location. For two years in a row, Glassdoor has named Asana a Best Place to Work. Inc. Magazine ranks Asana as a best workplace. Asana is proud to be named one of the Best Workplaces for Women by Great Place to Work® and Fortune. We’re also Great Place to Work Certified. You don’t have to take our word for how much we love working here—you can take theirs.

The ultimate goal of our work is to create a successful business with a thriving and inclusive culture where all Asanas can bring their full selves to the office. We want staff to feel engaged, happy, and healthy—and that they belong here.

We have a considerable mission and an even bigger opportunity: to change the way teams work together. We’d love your help.

Join us and help shape the future of work.