Pearl is a place to find actionable solutions from diverse, vetted professionals. Come contribute and connect.
Non-project related people operations, such as hiring, onboarding, promoting, terminating, sourcing, conflict resolution, etc.
Making sure you’re solving the right problems in the right ways, such as creating a vision, setting goals, tracking metrics, and org design.
Project related people operations, such as remote working, managing morale, giving critical feedback, and project kickoffs.
Setting yourself up for success, such as changing roles, managing burnout, getting unstuck, and knowing when to quit.
The steps, resources, and tips other folks have for landing a role. Includes landing your first job, changing roles, and acing the interview.
The tricks of the trade, such as talking to users like a designer, creating a pipeline like a salesperson, budgeting like a business developer.
Pearl is designed for your back-to-back meeting schedule. Find, use, and share solutions on your own time.
Some work isn't for everyone's eyes. Contribute with confidence by choosing who sees what.
Publish the work you're proud of, save someone from reinventing the wheel, and get recognized. You can even use it to land your next opportunity!
Someone out there is looking for your expertise. Come to help someone out, stay to grow.
Answers to the questions we're most asked.
Everyone has expertise to contribute. We hope by showcasing your leadership, it'll help you land your next opportunity.
LinkedIn is the 1000-foot view of a person's work. Pearl is the 10-foot view. See how professionals are driving the results that they talk about on their LinkedIn.
Pearl provides workplace-specific and actionable solutions intended to get you unstuck immediately. There's an additional level of vetting to ensure that our authors are the most qualified people to speak on the topic.
If you want an outside-in, fresh perspective to a problem, it helps to look outside. See how professionals with different backgrounds address the same problems.
We recognize that we’re asking you to share sensitive information, and we are taking initiative to give you peace of mind while doing so.
For our part, we’re following Bubble’s security best practices, including setting up privacy rules such that only authenticated users can see what you want them to see. (For the technical: sensitive data never hits the client, and will face restrictions if queried by unauthorized users.)
We also use some of the most widely used, secure, and trusted web services. Bubble uses an AWS database, and we use Stripe for payment processing. Regarding payment, the only information we keep in our backend is whether your account is active/inactive, subscription start and end date, and billing frequency — we do not store your payment information.
For any embedded work, privacy settings are handled there. For example, an embedded Google Doc will only be seen by people who can see the document. These privacy settings are handled separately, and can provide an extra degree of security.