Tilt Raises $10M for Its Leave of Absence Management Platform

The platform helps HR teams process and pay employees during leaves of absence.
Written by Abel Rodriguez
March 9, 2023Updated: March 15, 2023
Tilt staff posing for a photo in front of a lake.
Tilt staff. | Photo: Tilt

Tilt is helping workplaces, human resource teams and employees manage leaves of absence with its tech platform. The company secured $10 million in new funding this week to continue growing and developing its platform. 

Fort Collins-based Tilt describes itself as a company “humanizing the employee leave of absence experience.” According to Tilt, when an employee takes an extended leave of absence for parental leave or other personal reasons, there is a disconnect between departments and teams. This can cause low productivity among employees and costs the company valuable resources.

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Tilt’s software communicates essential information across teams and departments to facilitate workflow during a team member’s leave. Its platform also helps HR teams comply with leave of absence laws and create a payroll for employees on leave.

The fresh funding will enable Tilt to scale its platform and team to meet the “immense” demand for its product, the company said in a statement. 

Origin Ventures, a VC firm that backs seed and Series A-stage companies, led the round.

“The modern labor force expects leaves of absence — in various forms, including those related to family medical leave — to be well-managed before, during and after the absence. Tilt’s technology delivers a seamless employee experience while coordinating compliance and financial settlement for HR and finance professionals,” Brent Hill, a managing partner at Origin Ventures, said in a statement. 

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