It's finally the holiday season. A time for celebration, family and friends, and reflection on the past year.
But if thinking back on 2017 has you feeling a little lackluster about your job, don't worry! There's still time to apply for a new job before 2018 hits. And we've rounded up 17 awesome companies that are all hiring this month.
So read on and start applying. 'Tis the season for a new job!
SiteLock aims to guard every website on the internet with 360-degree monitoring that detects and helps prevent threats as the world’s only complete, cloud-based business website protector.
There are many reasons talented candidates want to work at SiteLock. For starters, the company offers a highly collaborative work environment that encourages open communications and transparency. From sales to analysts, SiteLock has plenty of openings, so apply to be a part of this great team now!
Fullscreen Media delivers multi-platform original content, streaming syndicated series and movies. In 2014, Fullscreen acquired Rooster Teeth, a pioneering media and entertainment company.
There's no shortage of fun at Fullscreen Media. The Fullscreen crew comprises professionals from all backgrounds. This characteristic, paired with the group’s easy-going temperament, means karaoke and paint nights are regular occurrences. Plus, themed bar carts are overwhelmingly popular—but the Fullscreen Cup and on-site yoga and sushi-making are close behind.
3. Pure Storage
Pure Storage offers enterprise, all-flash storage solutions that provide the power, reliability, and simplicity businesses need to tackle the most demanding industry and IT problems.
At Pure Storage, your hobbies become a part of your work life. For example, when a particular employee became obsessed with arcade games—and started storing them in the office—a tradition of 4:30 PM group competitions quickly formed. Now, the group even competes in team tournaments for charity.
Kaleidoscope blends design, execution, and strategy to create holistic solutions for clients and campaigns, connecting the dots between consumer needs and overall brand experiences.
Kaleidoscope goes above and beyond when creating an enjoyable work environment. Dog-friendly spaces, a rooftop fit for summer barbecues, and regular themed lunches only skim the surface of the fun-loving Kaleidoscope office. Unplanned events—like a smorgasbord of snacks from the Tot Team, tastings of employee-brewed beer, or midday coffee shop explorations—add an element of surprise to everyday office life.
Spearheaded by the creative vision of Margot Elena, her eponymous company encompasses four fragrance libraries, each offering distinct and deluxe perfumes, hand creams, and other body luxuries.
At Margot Elena, employees are encouraged to give back. Each Margot Elena team member is offered one annual paid day to get out of the office and make a lasting impact in the community. Leaders also empower their teams to reach the highest levels of success through personal development and structured coaching.
6. Tory Burch
Tory Burch is an American lifestyle brand available in more than 50 countries worldwide, and includes products ranging from shoes, clothing, and accessories to home and beauty products.
At Tory Burch, the company culture is built on kindness and respect. The values—including honesty, kindness, passion, and humility—are all about creating a collaborative environment where people can do great work and have great relationships at the same time. So don't wait! Tory Burch is hiring employees at all levels in multiple locations.
Planar, a Leyard company, is a global leader in display and digital signage technology, providing premier solutions for the world's most demanding environments.
At Leyard and Planar, teamwork and collaboration are top priorities. That's why time is scheduled for employees to hang out and get to know one another. From team lunches, barbecues, and ping-pong tournaments to seasonal events, employees are given frequent opportunities to connect and have fun with each other.
Hanna Andersson lets kids be kids. Crafting high-quality children’s clothing, Hanna Andersson is one of the fastest growing and most prominent premium children’s apparel and lifestyle brands.
At Hanna Andersson, innovation and collaboration are key. Senior leadership looks to every corner of the company for feedback on ways to improve—allowing employees to flourish. The company also embraces diversity by welcoming different opinions and ideas, creating a culture where individuality is celebrated.
Medidata develops cloud-based tech that streamlines biopharma research. Its platform optimizes drug development and clinical trial processes, accelerating time-to-market for new treatments.
Medidata’s creative company culture extends beyond its office walls. The company puts on a range of parties and special programming throughout the year. Halloween, for instance, is a holiday that employees take seriously. The costuming and production at the event is not to be missed! And they're hiring for tons of positions, so there's never been a better time to apply.
10. Pulte Mortgage
Pulte Mortgage is a brand of trust and integrity in housing. As a mortgage banker, Pulte Mortgage empowers families in their quest for the American Dream of homeownership.
Fulfill two resolutions in one at Pulte Mortgage—start a new job while giving back to others. Dedicated to helping Americans achieve their dream homes, Pulte’s whole ethos revolves around being a force for good in the world. Involved with charitable organizations such as MBA Opens Doors, employees regularly find ways to contribute, such as yearly fundraising runs—from the NYC marathon to 5k fun-runs in Denver.
National Corporate Housing is a global company that assists individuals when they need a temporary place to stay, whether for relocation, business travel, or during a crisis.
One of the biggest perks of working at National Corporate Housing is the opportunity to travel. With apartments scattered across the globe, employees always have a place to stay, and there’s an opportunity to work with markets in all major cities. The company also has frequent social events. A favorite among the Denver staff is the weekly concert series held in the park every summer.
12. Dun & Bradstreet
Dun & Bradstreet helps grow valuable business relationships by uncovering important patterns in industry data and delivering analytical insight to its global network of customers and partners.
If flexibility tops your lists of "musts" in a job, Dun & Bradstreet has you covered. Of all the perks enjoyed at Dun & Bradstreet, a favorite is the ability to work remotely from anywhere in the world. Employees have flexibility when determining whether to telecommute or come to the office.
Workiva develops user-friendly, cloud-based solutions for data compilation, management, and analysis, offering tools that enable strategic, data-informed decision-making.
One perk of working at Workiva? The amazing office. Employees work in an open floor plan that rivals Silicon Valley’s most iconic company campuses. The office boasts a squash court, as well as relaxation and work spaces, rental bikes, and a cafeteria.
WebstaurantStore is an e-commerce channel specializing in providing restaurants and commercial food vendors with access to all the products—and information—they need to be successful.
The environment at WebstaurantStore is fun for everyone. There are employee-customized murals decorating halls, low-cost daycare for parents, and two on-site chefs providing delicious meals. WebstaurantStore is also pet-friendly and has tons of clubs for employees to join.
Jack Nadel International is a promotional merchandise distribution company supplying customized marketing products, creative consultation services, and engaging experiences for global brands.
JNI may be a large company, but its close-knit culture make workdays a family affair. LA employees love coming together for JNI’s memorable events such as "Star Wars" Day, The Idea Show, barbecue lunches, wine and cheese socials, and JNI Cares events, like the annual LA River clean-up. So join the fun and apply to one of their many open positions.
The product development experts at Synapse work with clients all around the world to conceive and develop any idea an individual or company can come up with.
If you're looking for autonomy and support, Synapse could be just the place for you. Not wanting to slow innovation, leadership assigns projects, assists in setting goals, and then stands back to allow individuals to achieve success. However, managers are always available as mentors for support and encouragement along the way.
Pilot believes that an ISP should offer a quick and easy experience, so the company features user-friendly customer support, a 100% uptime guarantee, and no constrictive contracts.
Pilot is committed to a collaborative culture. The same principles applied to customer experience are being cultivated internally, where building a culture that’s easy to participate with, and feel connected to, is approached with laser focus. From annual retreats and bi-monthly happy hours to team-building resources, Pilot encourages an environment of collaborative feedback and transparency.
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TopicsCompany Profiles , Finding a Job , Who's Hiring , Company Roundup , Job Search , Pulte Mortgage , Hanna Andersson , Kaleidoscope , Pilot , Medidata , Fullscreen Media , Jack Nadel International , Leyard and Planar , Dun & Bradstreet , WebstaurantStore , Tory Burch , Workiva , National Corporate Housing , Pure Storage , SiteLock , Margot Elena Companies and Collections , Synapse
As a branded content editor at The Muse, Jennifer helps brands tell their stories. Newly based in Kansas City, when she's not out exploring and sampling BBQ, you can find her at home reading and perfecting her pasta sauce.More from this Author