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Parker Conrad (born 1980) is the former CEO of Zenefits, a cloud-based human resources platform designed to assist with onboarding, payroll, benefits, and vacation tracking. Contents. [hide]. 1 Early life; 2 Career; 3 Recognition; 4 References. Early life[edit]. Conrad was born in New York City to Ellen Rouse Conrad, ...


Mar 14, 2017 ... Conrad's new company is called Rippling, which is launching today. The goal is to turn the process of bringing on an employee and assigning them hardware and the services they'll need to operate — like Gmail or Salesforce — right away. Rippling integrates with a bunch of major services on the back-end ...


The latest Tweets from Parker Conrad (@parkerconrad). CEO at Rippling.


Mar 14, 2017 ... Zenefits cofounder Parker Conrad, who was forced to resign a year ago under a cloud of controversy, is launching a new startup to help onboard new employees.


Feb 10, 2016 ... Conrad's abrupt exit is another crash-and-burn chapter in an insane life.


Oct 26, 2017 ... The SEC announced on Thursday that it reached a settlement with Parker Conrad, founder of Zenefits, over allegations that the company lied to investors about if employees were properly licensed to sell insurance. Conrad is personally on the hook to pay over half a million in fines. The SEC also settled ...


Parker Conrad is co-founder and CEO of Zenefits, a free human resources platform that automates and eliminates all HR and benefits-related tasks for small and medium-sized businesses, allowing companies to focus on people, not paperwork. Parker has expanded Zenefits' reach to more than 10,000 companies across ...


Oct 26, 2017 ... Silicon Valley business software startup Zenefits and its co-founder Parker Conrad have been fined nearly $1 million by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as part of a settlement over charges that they misled investors.


Mar 14, 2017 ... We now know more about the post-Zenefits plans of embattled tech founder Parker Conrad, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. Conrad has raised $7 million for his new staffing start-up, Rippling, investors familiar with the details told the Journal. (Some earlier details about the company were ...