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We had fun with Walkmans. But that doesn’t mean we should still be using them when there are better, far more efficient alternatives for listening music today. And if you don’t know what a Walkman is, well, that’s how outdated headquarters are to us.
From the smallest startups to the world's largest companies, Panther works to help teams champion talent over location, hire the best people on the planet, and scale their efforts globally.
We do that by building global employment and payroll infrastructure that gives companies the ability to forget about borders and grow a powerhouse team, wherever they are. And we'd like your help.
Every day we refine, iterate, and explore how to make work better for everyone. Join us in creating a better future of work that’s more connected, inclusive, and flexible.
We have a staggering amount of work ahead. We’re a young company, but we’ve already come a long way—and we’ve yet more to accomplish.
We care about the details and take pride in freeing up our users to focus on meaningful work.
We want to stay ahead. Not just for the sake of global employment in general, but for the sake of our users too.
We want to get to the regions they wish to expand to before they do. And this is not just about growing globally as a company—it’s also about growing with our users.
Panther builds products and supports our users from coffee shops, homes, beaches, and co-working spaces, in cities across the world from Miami to Lisbon..
Explore our open roles for working totally remote, from the office or someplace in between.
— Matt Redler, Co-founder & CEO at Panther
We want to help companies access a global talent pool and champion talent over location by automating everything related to global payroll, compliance, benefits, and taxes.
We operate a network of international entities on behalf of our customers, so they don't have to. With Panther, years of bureaucracy turns to minutes, and subsidiaries become a thing of the past — for a fraction of the cost.