PayPal’s mission is to democratize financial services and ensure that everyone can participate fully and fairly in our global economy and improve their financial health.
As managers now move from being ‘business leaders’ to ‘mini-HR leaders’, a broad section of skills and factors need to be evaluated to ensure success.
As we mark Climate Week 2022, we’d like to share an update on the actions PayPal is taking to advance equitable climate action.
Along with the changing structure of workplaces during the two years long crisis, came the transformation in work culture too.
This Pride Month, PayPal is reflecting on the contributions and experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and broader queer community as the fight for equality persists.
Working with business owners day in and day out has given PayPal employees some excellent insight into the challenges merchants face and the solutions that help them move forward.
The relationship between people and work has seen a paradigm shift in the last two years, as people take on the role of caregiver while meeting work commitments.
Women have made major strides in achieving economic equity over the last several decades. PayPal recognizes the importance of enabling women’s financial inclusion.
Read about how Michelle Chui, Head of Government Relations for Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan, is using her experience to inspire the next generation of talent.
Learn how Carrie Xiao, a 16-year PayPal veteran, is championing a culture of inclusion as a customer solutions manager with the Customer Solutions team in China.
After an illustrious career spanning stints at a major consulting firm, an investment bank and across various payment related services, Miki Kuzuha landed at PayPal as Head of Market Development for Japan.
Learn how the Recharge program equipped Elakkiya Chandrasekaran, a decision scientist at PayPal India, return to the workforce after a five-year career break.
Find out how PayPal’s partnership with IMDA enabled Gangadevi Balakrishnan, a software engineer, reclaim her passion for designing and creating technology.
Hear from Verna Cruz, a customer service representative from the Philippines, how PayPal is creating a culture of belonging for employees with invisible disabilities.
At PayPal, our mission is to allow everyone to be able to fully and fairly participate in the global economy.
Technology presents us with unlimited opportunities to reimagine the world as we know it- bringing innovation into our daily lives, enabling access to products and services to name a few.
In 2018, PayPal conducted an assessment to examine the financial wellness of its entry-level employees.
For many small businesses in India, the holiday season represents a very lucrative business opportunity. Online sales during the 2020 holiday season were historic.
PayPal’s desire to be a purpose-driven brand was brought to life through its Giveback campaign which was launched in Singapore in July this year.
The pandemic radically reconstructed lives everywhere by making a digitally driven world the new normal.
Sakshi’s journey at PayPal started as an intern four years ago. Today, she is a software engineer in the Global Data Science team.
Jerry Tso, Head of Singapore Development Center at PayPal
Suraj joined PayPal as an intern over three years ago, and today has grown to be a Software Engineer for the Global Data Sciences ART team.
As part of the Global Merchant Lending team in Bangalore, Aishwarya Vasudevan works on designing and building mid-tier services to support merchant lending products such as the PayPal Working.
The gratification that follows building a product from scratch is what drew 31-year-old Subramaniajeeva Kandasamy to engineering.
25-year-old Sriram Desai loves to experiment with new things, identify challenges, and more importantly- devise innovative solutions to problems.
In 2015, Aakash Chugh, a fresh graduate from PESIT with a Bachelor of Engineering (BE), Computer and Information Sciences degree joined PayPal as an intern in his quest to create impact with small methodical changes.
PayPal employees have the opportunity to serve the needs of the communities in which they live and work through the company’s Community Impact Program.
As the second wave of the pandemic raged on in India, vaccines emerged as a ray of hope and an essential line of defense in the fight against COVID-19.
As the scale of the second wave of COVID-19 grew in the country, social media, news and other channels was flooded with information.
Amid the second wave of COVID-19, the surge in demand for medical facilities took its toll on many in India. As cases spiralled, India was at the centre of the pandemic.
As globalization has made us all more connected and open to diversity, it has also acted as a rude awakening for many companies.
September 21, 2020 | Sri Shivananda, SVP, Chief Technology Officer The consequences of global climate change are not a distant problem.
I have benefitted significantly in my career from people who have had more confidence in me than I sometimes had in myself.
Perseverance and resilience; key traits for local businesses to survive the pandemic A PayPal initiative to #SupportLocal businesses The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been widespread.
Alexandre Dumas in his timeless classic –The Count of Monte Cristo – seems to have written these immortal words with humanity’s current predicament in mind when his protagonist Edmond Dantes says
An inclusive & diverse workforce fosters diversity of thoughts by Anupam Pahuja, Managing Director, PayPal India “The key to community is the acceptance.
By Sathish Vaidyanathan, Director, Engineering, International Markets The success of an enduring organization can directly be attributed to its cultural foundation.