It’s peak job search time, which can be both exciting and overwhelming. Luckily, we’re launching exciting companies (with tons of job openings!) on The Muse all the time.
This list of 12 companies, our newest partners, includes employers like Babylist, an online registry for expecting parents—and a place that mentors its employees to help them grow. At Paychex, a leading provider of HR, payroll, benefits, and insurance services, there’s an entire department dedicated to shaping the company’s culture. Or you can consider the mission-driven team at 4Ocean, which works to remove pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines.
No one company is the same, just like not every applicant is the same. And you might just find your ideal fit—and the right job—by checking out the list below.
Paychex is a leading provider of HR, payroll, benefits, and insurance services. By combining innovative software-as-a-service technology and mobile-first platform, Paychex Flex®, with dedicated, personal service, Paychex empowers small- and medium-sized businesses to focus on the growth and management of their organizations. The company supports more than 650,000 customers throughout the U.S. and Europe with HR and payroll solutions. Despite having 15,000-plus employees, the environment at Paychex is incredibly close-knit; co-workers have even been known to attend each other's weddings.
4ocean is turning the tide on the ocean plastic crisis—one pound at a time. The Florida-based company is on a mission to clean the ocean while stopping the inflow of plastic by helping change consumption habits on land, influencing governments and corporations to make systemic changes, and working with nonprofits to advance the growing movement toward a more sustainable planet. The company started out selling bracelets and, for each product purchased, their crew removes one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines. Since its launch in 2017, the 4ocean team has removed more than seven million pounds of plastic—and they’re just getting started.
Babylist is an online registry that brings a little joy and ease into what can be an incredibly emotional time for parents. Users can add anything from any store—and even request favors from their loved ones, such as home-cooked meals and dog walks. The people at Babylist are also constantly improving the user experience. For example, a new feature on the app includes a personalized feed that provides product suggestions and content to users at the right time. The company fosters an environment where people feel empowered in their roles and can receive mentorship and one-on-one coaching to develop their careers.
Instrumentation Laboratory (IL) has been revolutionizing the world of clinical diagnostics for more than 60 years. Committed to continuous innovation, the company is a global leader in the development, manufacturing and distribution of Hemostasis and Acute Care Diagnostics in vitro diagnostic solutions. Today, IL operates in more than 30 countries around the world. Each day, more than one million patient samples are tested on IL systems, delivering test results to hospital laboratories and at the point-of-care, with accuracy and speed. They’re on a mission to help healthcare providers enhance patient care and efficiency, and they’re doing just that.
Tuft & Needle is a direct-to-consumer mattress company dedicated to providing the best sleep—and shopping—experience possible. Whether online or at one of their retail locations, the customer journey is at the heart of what they do. By stripping away old-school pushy sales tactics, and instead focusing on consumer feedback and quality craftsmanship, Tuft & Needle is reshaping the mattress industry. They truly believe that through a great sleep, people live better lives. Tuft & Needle invests in its employees’ journeys, as well, by encouraging and helping them to grow their careers from within the company.
Digital Media Solutions (DMS) is the largest single-entry point for companies looking to gain access to martech-enabled digital media distribution. Named one of America’s “Best Places to Work” by Inc. magazine, DMS continually invests in the top people, the most effective processes and the most innovative technologies. The company’s diversified and data-driven approach produces scalable, sustainable, and measurable results. The people at DMS are passionate and driven, but they also truly value teamwork and the crucial role it plays in achieving their business goals.
7. Scale AI
One of the biggest bottlenecks for the development of AI applications is access to accurately labeled data. By providing high-quality training data, Scale enables customers to train their models for use cases—from autonomous vehicles to sentiment and intent analysis, and everything else in between. Scale AI is a team composed of passionate individuals transforming how machine learning teams build innovative products. Employees love working at Scale AI for the problem solving, collaboration, and non-stop curiosity to learn and do more.
Software is one of the most impactful ways anyone can bring their ideas to life, yet few people can actually access it as a creative medium. Airtable’s mission is to enable everyone to create, not just use, software. From major video productions to UX research to global marketing campaigns to cattle ranching, customers across a wide range of industries and roles use Airtable to build scalable, flexible solutions—without having to settle for rigid, single-purpose apps or having to learn to code.
Adaptive Financial Consulting builds technological solutions that fix the problems of big investment groups and financial firms. For developers specifically, they create a very collaborative environment where more experienced employees partner with colleagues who are new to the field, providing guidance and the opportunity to learn at their own pace. This partnership also leads to the creation of more unique solutions. The people who are the most successful at Adaptive Financial Consulting aren't afraid to take the initiative and try new things. Employees are also encouraged to grow their career in multiple ways, such as pursuing more education.
Stash’s goal is to create a future in which financial opportunity is universal. Team members work toward that goal by being customer-obsessed. That means going straight to customers for insight at the inception of a new project and emphasizing communication and trust when collaborating internally. Stash employees know that their coworkers’ different perspectives make the company’s products better, and they see themselves as perpetual students who respect the truth found in data and appreciate the value of success and failure. Transparency and quality aren’t optional at Stash; they’re requirements for accomplishing the company’s mission to provide quality personal finance for all.
Logic20/20 is a West Coast business and technology consulting firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Their clients include companies in the Fortune 100 and in industries such as healthcare, retail, technology, nonprofit, and state and local government. The company promotes long-term employee satisfaction by maintaining an internal culture that is inclusive, collaborative, and challenging. Thanks to a robust career management program and multiple employee-led committees, employees are able to enjoy industry-relevant training and education, as well as volunteering, sports, and other fun activities.
Open Society's commitment to transparency, fairness, and diversity drives everything they do. These values provide the basis for the work culture they've created and strive to preserve. The impact they try to make begins with their workforce. From offering a wide array of trainings on topics like leadership and grant making to a range of events including happy hours and trivia nights, they are dedicated to making sure that every person on their staff feels like a valued member of the Open Society team.
Here at The Muse, we partner with a lot of great companies to bring you insider looks at their offices and awesome job listings. These employers pay us to be featured on the site, but these Muse-worthy brands made this list not just because they want to be included, but because their culture, policies, and employee feedback showed us that they deserve to be.
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TopicsScale AI , Tuft & Needle , Stash , Finding a Job , Who's Hiring , Job Search , New Companies Hiring , 4Ocean , Babylist , Instrumentation Laboratory , Digital Media Solutions , Airtable , Adaptive Financial Consulting , Logic20/20 , Open Society Foundations , Paychex
Photo of Logic20/20's Seattle office.
Originally from Venezuela, Rebeca studied mass communications and journalism at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. Before joining The Muse, Rebeca was a staff writer at South Florida Sun Sentinel, where she wrote about breaking news and crime, and then worked as an editorial assistant at Interval International, where she created and edited content for all global editions of the company’s travel publication, Interval World magazine.More from this Author