Women's Ratings
4.3
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Squarespace makes beautiful products to help people with creative ideas succeed. Our platform empowers millions of people — from individuals and local artists to entrepreneurs shaping the world’s most iconic businesses — to share their stories and create an impactful, stylish, and easy-to-manage online presence.
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  • Squarespace Kris Passet

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Squarespace

    • Name

      Kris Passet

    • Position

      VP, People

      NYC

    Kris Passet’s focus as the Vice President of People at Squarespace lies in the development and optimization of talent retention and acquisition initiatives. As the company’s first HR hire, Kris was tasked with rebuilding Squarespace’s HR infrastructure. She now oversees all functions that touch the employee lifecycle, including recruitment, talent management & analytics, compensation, employee experience, diversity & inclusion, and workplace services.

    Since joining the company in 2013, Kris has overseen Squarespace’s meteoric growth while maintaining its uniquely creative and entrepreneurial culture. Squarespace was recognized as the #5 Best Small & Medium Workplace by Fortune Magazine in 2015, and was the highest-ranked New York City-based company on their list. Squarespace was also named to Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces For Millennials in 2015, and has been included in Crain’s New York’s list of Best Places to Work every year since 2012.

    Prior to joining Squarespace, Kris was an Associate HR Business Partner at SecondMarket. She graduated from New York City's Fordham University in 2006, and although she has spent 14 years in New York City, she still affectionately calls Agana Springs, Guam, where she was raised, home.

  • Squarespace Trish Craine

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Squarespace

    • Name

      Trish Craine

    • Position

      Team Lead, Technical Program Management

      NYC

    Trish is the Team Lead for the Technical Program Management (Infrastructure) group at Squarespace. TPMs are the driving force of organization, transparency, and efficiency throughout the organization – and Trish’s personality combination of control freak and productivity nerd means she truly enjoys what she does everyday. On the flip side, Trish has a two-year-old and a four-year-old at home – and most days it feels like she has no control, nor is anything organized or efficient. That’s what they mean by work-life balance, right?

  • Squarespace Maimouna Siby

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Squarespace

    • Name

      Maimouna Siby

    • Position

      Marketing Coordinator

      NYC

    As a Marketing Coordinator on the Media & Acquisition team, Maimouna's focus lies in Podcast and Mixed Media/Editorial sponsorships. In addition to working on branded media she also works cross functionally on performance media, helping to build and launch successful Paid Social and Programmatic advertising campaigns. Since joining the company, Maimouna has also taken part in helping plan Diversity & Inclusion events and partakes in discussions and roundtables about shaping Squarespace’s D&I strategy. Prior to joining Squarespace, Maimouna was an Assistant Digital Media Planner at Zenith Media as well as a Community Engagement Specialist at Hopscotch Technologies. Her love for media and technology brought her here to Squarespace. She graduated with a bachelor's degree with honors from Wesleyan University in African American Studies and French Studies.

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What Women Should Know about Working At Squarespace
At Squarespace, we value the heath and wellness of our employees. In addition to 18 weeks of paid parental leave for primary caregivers, we offer flexible vacation and working from home policies, flexible working hours, and 100% benefits coverage for you and your dependents.

Women @ Squarespace - our Employee Resource Group for women - hosts speaking engagements and networking opportunities, our Experience team hosts programming for Women’s History Month, we sponsor conferences focused on empowering women such as Grace Hopper and Lesbians Who Tech, and have developed a transparent career ladder so that you always know where you stand.

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Additional information
    • Women @ Squarespace is our Employee Group focused on advacing women in the workplace. We also sponsor a number of events like Grace Hopper, Lesbians Who Tech, Girls Who Code, and Built By Girls. Additionally, we have a Parent’s slack channel and set up new mothers with mothers that have returned to work in the past year.
    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes
    • Internal employee networking
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for recruiting
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for performance evaluation
    • Yes

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • Squarespace’s Parental Leave Policy underscores its support for the modern-day family, no matter what shape that family takes. To provide employees and their families with the time they need during such an important moment in their lives, we offer a generous, fully paid leave period. We know that no two families' needs are alike, so we offer the opportunity to stagger parental leave within one year of the child’s birth, adoption, or custody, as well as flexible working arrangements during the transition back to work.
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes, 18 weeks (90 days) for Primary caregiver and 6 weeks for non-primary caregiver (30 days)
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes, 18 weeks (90 days) for Primary caregiver and 6 weeks for non-primary caregiver (30 days)
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes, 18 weeks (90 days) for Primary caregiver and 6 weeks for non-primary caregiver (30 days)
    • Short-term disability benefits
    • Yes
    • Additional short-term disability info
    • Short-Term disability is offered to all employees at 60%, due to our parental leave coverage going beyond that, it is not necessary for new mothers and for fathers in New York.

Maternity-Related Benefits

    • Other benefits information
    • When mother’s return to work, we want to make sure they feel comfortable if they are choosing to breastfeed. For their convenience, we have provided an onsite hospital grade breast pump. The mother’s room includes this pump, a fridge and freezer as well as a sink for the mother’s convenience. This room is only available to mothers and expecting mother’s.
    • Lactation facilities
    • Yes
    • Phased-in post-maternity return
    • Yes, Yes, we encourage the employees to work through this with their managers.
    • Maternity leave coaching
    • Yes
    • On-Ramping/Off-Ramping before and after parental leave
    • Yes

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