Can you feel it? The leaves are getting ready to turn, the air is a little crisper, and you’re full of anticipation for pumpkin-scented everything.
We love autumn. But, the season isn’t the only thing that deserves a fresh start. If you’ve been itching for a change of pace yourself, now is the perfect time to hunt for a brand new gig.
Check out these 22 awesome companies that are all hiring now and prepare to turn over a new leaf in your career.
Facebook is the largest social media network, enabling over a billion users to openly connect with friends and family, share content, and discover the world.
Facebook deeply invests in the professional advancement and well being of its people. In addition to receiving career guidance and quality training, employees have the flexibility to set personalized work schedules—measuring progress by impact not hours. The company also strongly values diversity and offers a variety of Facebook Resource Groups that connect Facebookers who share similar values.
T-Mobile is a national provider of wireless voice, messaging, and data services capable of reaching over 293 million Americans where they live, work, and play.
T-Mobile prides itself on offering extensive benefits to its employees and their loved ones. Health insurance is available to both full and part-time employees, their families, and even their pets. Employees also love the annual stock grants, tuition assistance, generous paid time off, and financial aid for child care, adoption, and surrogacy. Add in the culture focused on professional growth and development, and employees always feel supported and encouraged.
Peloton is reinventing fitness by offering live studio cycling classes and on-demand workouts through its stationary bike and accompanying app.
Peloton is committed to keeping members first above all else, and the company leaves no stone unturned when it comes to ensuring the wellness of its employees—offering a wide range of benefits to assist with professional and personal development both inside and outside the office, such as programs for tuition reimbursement and even student loan assistance.
Synaptics is a human-interface company. Founded in 1986, Synaptics developed the first touch-pad and has been instrumental in enabling the ecosystem of ubiquitous personal devices that exist today.
Synaptics has the distinction of being a global company that maintains excellent transparency and internal communication practices across all of its offices. Bureaucracy is minimal, and managers always have their doors open so that employees can get in touch with them at any time. Everyone at the company is encouraged to come up with new ideas in their work, and events like the Hackathon give workers a stage to present their ideas at a corporate level.
Frontpoint is a technology and service organization shaking up the home security space by making families feel safe with cutting-edge products that revolutionize smart homes.
In everything Frontpoint does, there’s a sense of purpose and urgency to protect customers' homes and families while positively impacting the community. It’s an attitude the company continually exhibits—whether it's by staying ahead of industry trends, recognizing employees at its annual Winter Bash, celebrating the company ethos during the annual Core Values Week, or partnering with a local charity for a food drive.
CSAA Insurance Group is one of the top 20 personal property and casualty insurance groups in the United States, offering protection to nearly 17 million AAA members.
Want perks? Well, look no further than CSAA Insurance Group, where employees enjoy all kinds of exciting job perks. Every person receives an extra 24 hours of paid time off to volunteer with an organization of their choice, tuition reimbursement programs are available for all, substantial 6% dollar for dollar 401K match, benefits coverage for domestic partners, and the company runs an award winning wellness program.
Encore Event Technologies is a leading provider of unique and innovative in-house audiovisual services for hotels, conference centers, and resorts throughout North America.
Not only does Encore have some of the best people in the event industry, but the company works with some of the world’s biggest businesses and hotel brands. Team members also get to work with the best technology. But, none of that matters without an environment where team members work with and support each other, share successes, and partner with each other to make every client interaction, and every day, a great one.
MBI Inc. is a leading consumer products marketing company that offers an ever-changing merchandise line, nimbly developed in response to industry trends, demands, and headline sensations.
MBI Inc.’s office boasts an open-door policy. It’s never necessary to set up meetings to speak with managers or executives, nor is it required to go through elaborate processes to implement new ideas and procedures. Everyone in the office is open and receptive to discussing problems, solutions, and changes.
9. World First
WorldFirst makes it easier and more affordable to move money around the world by offering individuals and businesses excellent exchange rates and even better service.
Finance isn’t usually an industry that gets people excited—unless they work at WorldFirst. The company breaks industry norms by ditching stark corporate structures and business suits in favor of a casual atmosphere with accessible leadership. From the outside looking in, WorldFirst’s team is a tight-knit group of diverse employees who trust each other and have fun—whether it’s when they’re handling numbers or enjoying one of their regular happy hours.
Smashbox Cosmetics is a prestigious and creative international beauty brand, developing picture-perfect makeup for everyone.
Smashbox empowers its team members. In addition to assuming ownership over projects, team members also get ample opportunities to gain new expertise—and if they need support, management listens. Mentorship and collaboration have always been a big part of the company culture, which makes taking risks for bigger rewards truly feasible.
11. VSA Partners
VSA Partners creates stunning aesthetics for companies around the world by fusing strategic design and creative marketing to deliver top-of-the-line branding with end-to-end perfection.
VSA Partners builds an authentic work environment for all employees. With a genuine respect and care for each person and a commitment to professional development, staff are able to produce outstanding work while also having fun. From sharing laughs over lunch breaks to more organized Olympics-themed competitions, employees at VSA Partners know that the key to a successful business is a happy working environment.
PGAV Destinations designers create results-oriented master designs, pilot in-depth industry research, and design innovative products for global destinations to celebrate culture, nature, and heritage.
PGAV Destination’s culture focuses on empowering and celebrating employees through professional and personal development programs. One initiative, PGAV Go, lets employees receive a stipend to do whatever they want for their professional growth, such as taking classes, traveling, or learning a new instrument. PGAVia is another popular program in which employees volunteer in community engagement initiatives.
Nectar Communications is a small PR agency with a speciality for building close relationships with top-caliber B2B tech firms, focused on enterprise—sharing their stories for maximum impact.
From a congratulatory cupcake for ninth-day new hires to the “four weeks after four years” sabbatical—with complimentary cash for travel and fun—employees at Nectar know that their hard work is well appreciated. With weekly team-lunches and fun events, like the annual bowling tournament, employees bond with each other and rest easy with a trust-based, unlimited vacation policy.
LenderLive partners with financial companies to streamline the mortgage loan cycle, achieving strategic goals while mitigating financial risk through innovative technology and process management.
Since LenderLive specializes in operational excellence in the financial world, leaders approach team-building and business models with the same meticulous approach they give clients. This innovative company values the right fit—especially when it comes to adopting new technologies that affect data-centric decisions. As a result, the team’s identity is rock solid and rooted in precision and consistency.
Through a community of online consumers who share ratings and reviews of businesses in their area, Yext helps build the brands of clients all around the world.
Yext boasts two big continuing education opportunities right inside its office. The company not only hosts acceleration courses and sequel skill programs but also offers any interested employees the chance to teach whichever subjects they are interested in, ultimately helping people build better career portfolios for their professional futures. And when it’s time to blow off some steam? Karaoke is a top choice.
iVision is a team of creators, planners, and innovators who aim to "Engineer the Future Today"®. These risk-takers are pushing technological boundaries, embracing all sorts of technical challenges.
At iVision, the team lives by a set of core values—passion, integrity, rigor, respect, focus, accountability, and humility. These terms define the company culture and feed the entrepreneurial spirit. Some perks of working in such a positive environment? High-performing colleagues are recognized for their Epic Moments, successes are celebrated with social events, and technical sessions and training events fuel curiosity and growth.
CarGurus is dedicated to making the online car shopping experience more transparent by providing the data and information users need to make smart, empowered car shopping decisions.
Many employees consider the management style of CarGurus a breath of fresh air because it falls outside of the typical “corporate” mold. It’s supportive, readily available, and hands-on. Senior management is open and accessible, and trusts employees to do their best without micromanagement. The flexibility and personal investment from employees fosters a community atmosphere—and the catered lunches and lively games of foosball and ping-pong certainly don’t hurt.
18. QSC, LLC
QSC is an award-winning global leader in electrical and electronic manufacturing, creating high-performance, professional-quality audio, video, and networking products.
QSC firmly believes that working hard and having fun should go hand in hand—so much so that it’s one of the company’s core values. The collaborative and non-hierarchal culture means that great work gets accomplished. But, employees can also look forward to many memorable events, like Mardi Gras celebrations, cultural diversity picnics, and dunk tank games throughout the year, as well as Ugly Sweater Day, a Super Bowl potluck, and music jamming sessions.
19. Stephen Gould
Stephen Gould sets the standard for commercial packaging, providing a suite of services that include package design, prototyping, and production for companies of all sizes around the country.
Stephen Gould is entrepreneurial at heart, which has fueled its growth and ventures into new industries for decades. In fact, entrepreneurialism is a widespread quality across the team, as members thrive on pioneering new ideas and pushing the boundaries. The company's management style supports relationships as balanced pairings, so everyone is encouraged to bring their new ideas and perspectives to the table.
Taboola is the world’s leading discovery platform company, connecting people around the world with content they may like, but never knew existed.
Taboola is all about helping its employees find the correct career path and promoting internal exploration of any roles that team members might find interesting. The company trains each person cross-functionally so that everyone has an idea of what each job in the organization entails—not only to see if they find the field interesting, but also to give them a better understanding of their colleagues’ everyday work.
London Computer Systems designs and develops completely customized property rental and management software platforms for clients of all sizes in locations all around the globe.
LCS strives to ensure that monotony never settles over its office space. Management is always available to listen to employees’ awesome ideas. And, the company frequently plans random fun treats and events that have included everything from food truck lunches and mid-day carnivals to group baseball game outings and employee appreciation days with free t-shirts and tons of donuts.
Optima Tax Relief is a full-service resolution firm whose experienced professionals assist individuals and small businesses with IRS and state tax compliance.
Leadership at Optima Tax Relief realizes how important it is for employees to enjoy their jobs. Managers know that when people feel respected and recognized for their hard work and contributions, the level of care and commitment to excellence at work will continue to rise. That’s why the company practices an appreciative approach to relationships—and why it's won multiple “Best Places to Work” awards from the Orange County Business Journal and the Orange County Register.
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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TopicsFrontpoint , World First , LenderLive , Stephen Gould , Nectar Communications , London Computer Systems , PGAV , VSA Partners , QSC, LLC , Optima Tax Relief , Company Profiles , MBI , CSAA Insurance Group , Finding a Job , Who's Hiring , iVision , Peloton Cycle , Yext , Taboola , CarGurus , Facebook (Profile) , Smashbox Cosmetics , Company Roundup , T-Mobile , synaptics , Job Search , Encore Event Technologies , Your Ultimate Guide to Finding the Career of Your Dreams This Fall
Kat is a Midwest-based freelance writer, covering topics related to careers, self-development, and the freelance life. In addition to writing for The Muse, she's also the Career Editor for The Everygirl, a columnist for Inc., and a contributor all over the web. When she manages to escape from behind her computer screen, she's usually babying her rescued terrier mutt or continuing her search for the perfect taco. Say hi on Twitter @kat_boogaard or check out her website.More from this Author