We’re a company by parents, for parents. We care just as much about the people who work here as we do the ones who buy our products – and they’re often one and the same! Whether you’re a parent now, a future parent, or someone who loves visiting your friends’ kids, we’re proud to support families and caregivers of all kinds!
The original chief dad, Neil’s journey as a parent led him to co-found Plum Organics in 2007. He continues to inspire us to use business as a force for good, and, through his leadership, we’re constantly reminded to bring our own selves to work each day.
Besides being responsible for all of the fun perks and quirks about Plum, Stephany has become a fairy dogparent to our Plum pups! We’re grateful that she helps make Plum a happy, progressive place to work.
The Plum team has always prided itself on its culinary approach to baby food, and Andy’s leadership is the reason we’re able to deliver on our mission to get kids the very best food. As a working dad, being at Plum also has some built-in advantages… Andy’s son never lets him forget to bring snacks home with him before leaves the office!
As a brand dedicated to nourishing little ones, Tiffany is constantly talking to moms, dads and kids for new product inspiration. And, within the Plum walls, she challenges us to make sure that our Mission is the guiding force behind all of our decisions (big and small!).
As an employer, we want our team to do the best work possible. As fellow human beings, we also care about them as individuals. Workplace of Our Future is an ongoing initiative focused on continuous improvement of all programs and efforts that affect wellbeing on an individual, team and organizational level. From the way we use our meeting rooms to the ways we build trust, we’re committed to trying new things and always striving to do our best.
Our behaviors, values — whatever you want to call them — were crowd-sourced by the entire team. We even have them painted on our walls!
When you walk through our doors, we expect you to bring your whole, real, delightfully original self. Bring your quirks, your colors, your talents, your passion, your experience and your pride. You’re the person we hired. No one else will do.
We believe it’s everyone’s job to stand up for what matters. Be courageous enough to ask questions, to challenge the status quo and to evolve as needed. It’s not always easy. But, if you fight the good fight, we’ll always have your back.
As leaders, we are courageously vulnerable, intensely empathetic and insatiably driven to help others. We know that compassion breeds confidence — in ourselves, in each other, and in our brand.
Beyond the obvious competitive medical, retirement and time-off benefits, we’ve created a “tailored-to-Plum” selection of meaningful perks that enable our employees to feel comfortable and supported every day.
We try to balance an open office setup that encourages informal collaboration with plenty of other options for focus mode – couches, conference rooms, and quiet nooks. There’s also our huge kitchen, where you can usually find someone to cook or have a beer with.
We <3 fur babies, too! On a typical day, we have at least a couple Plum Pups lounging around, ready for a walking meeting or a stress-relieving hug.
Since flexibility can mean ten different things for ten different people, we’re open to finding the solution that helps you stay committed not only to your work, but to the things that matter to you personally, too.
“Individual wellbeing” can sometimes be as straightforward as physical wellness. That’s why we offer a subsidized gym membership along with onsite Crossfit classes and other opportunities to work on that fitness.
Part of Plum’s mission is engaging with our community and doing good. Luckily, we have some great non-profit partners to volunteer with and fundraise for regularly. The best part? Your volunteer hours = grant dollars at the end of every year.
We know it can be tough to juggle family schedules, so if you need to tote your kid (of any age) with you to the office, you won’t get a second look. Kids have an all-access pass at Plum – they can come to product brainstorms or team meetings – but they’re usually just interested in the snacks.
How do we know all of these efforts are working? We just ask. We use regular surveys to gauge overall employee engagement and see how specific programs are going.