How We’re Moving Toward Gender Equity at Dashlane
Dashlane is moving toward gender equity by investing in spaces such as our hiring process, parental benefits, career progression, and more.
No Shortcuts: Why a Culture of Security is So Important
Hear from former Dashlane CEO JD Sherman on why shortcuts don’t belong in a culture of security.
Celebrating IT Heroes at Small Businesses: How They’ve Created a Strong Cybersecurity Culture, and Why That Matters
Small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) need a robust cybersecurity solution, just like larger companies. Here’s what’s worked for these organizations.
How We Support Mental Health at Dashlane
The past two years have not been easy on anyone, and even though we always had wellbeing in the center of how we support our people, we decided it was time to take it one step further.
Why We Don’t Do Unconscious Bias Training at Dashlane
As we scaled up, we knew we had to intentionally think through the concepts of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB), what they mean, and how they’re practiced at Dashlane.
Being ‘Stress Bored’ Is a Real Thing
Recently a colleague of mine shared this brilliant Farnam Street blog piece called Efficiency is the Enemy. A nice combination of supply chain management and workplace dynamics, the article describes how workers need some amount of free time or “slack” to be productive. Reading this piece was the nudge I needed to get my thoughts around “stress […]
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