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1. HomeAdvisor

HomeAdvisor company profile

Launched in 1999, HomeAdvisor—an IAC owned company—is home improvement heaven to property owners and service professionals. Facilitating instant online booking, confident hiring, cost guides, and resources, HomeAdvisor matches homeowners seeking maintenance with the largest network of pre-screened home pros nationwide—all for free. Simultaneously, HomeAdvisor also connects qualified service providers with business boosting access to endless customers.

Many employees cite the culture of HomeAdvisor as the best perk of the job. Employees appreciate each other’s differences and celebrate each milestone, both personal and professional. The HomeAdvisor office fosters support and camaraderie and encourages the office to work together so that all can succeed, allowing employees to feel comfortable seeking out help and guidance.

2. Peloton

Peloton company profile

Founded in 2012, Peloton is committed to creating a cutting-edge and engaging fitness experience that makes working out at home a viable and inspiring option. Through its combination of live-streaming studio fitness content and the most technologically advanced, socially connected indoor fitness equipment, Peloton offers a variety of live and on-demand workouts led by elite NYC instructors to bring the rush of group fitness right into their members’ homes.

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.

3. Allstate

Allstate company profile

More than just an insurance company, Allstate is a consumer-focused, data-driven company that’s constantly redefining what it means to be protected. Through its commitment to growth and innovation over the last 88 years, Allstate is establishing itself as a leader of new technology in the industry. The company places a strong emphasis on professional development and career planning. Its culture of embracing opportunities and exploration makes it easy for employees to try new things and find out where they want to take their career. With opportunities around the globe, Allstate is hiring in an array of areas from marketing and product pricing to software engineering and data analytics to corporate relations and beyond.

Staff at Allstate appreciate the focus the company has on taking breaks to keep their minds fresh. They particularly love the importance the company places on maintaining a work-life balance—the ways each department shows that is different. For example, Allstate staff have options for flexible work arrangements, generous PTO, Energy for Life programs, and more.

4. Clearlink

Clearlink company profile

Clearlink combines digital marketing and sales conversion services to add value to a brand’s customers by offering a holistic service approach. Established in 2003, Clearlink employs over 1,500 marketers, technologists, and sales professionals at three locations in Salt Lake City, UT, Orem, UT, and Scottsdale, AZ. Clearlink partners with some of the world's leading brands—including AT&T, CenturyLink, Travelers, Safeco, and DISH—to extend their reach and deepen customer insights.

The perks at Clearlink go on for pages—but they start with unique sales incentives, several company parties a year, and random extras like golf passes and barbecues. Then, large events—like the multi-day Confluence conference and the “Care To Lead” program—give employees chances to network, learn, and grow while having a good time. The only thing better? Winning the “Trip of a Lifetime” award.

5. Gap Inc.

Gap Inc. company profile

Doris and Don Fisher opened the first Gap store in 1969 with a simple idea—to make it easier to find a pair of jeans and a commitment to do more. Over the last 50 years, the company has grown from a single store to a global fashion business with seven brands—Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta, Intermix, Janie and Jack, and Hill City. Gap Inc. products are available for purchase in more than 90 countries worldwide through company-operated stores, franchise stores, and e-commerce sites.

Want to be empowered? Gap Inc. employees are given the autonomy to be hands-on decision makers from day one. The company's leadership assumes a supportive role and applies a collaborative management style. Gap Inc. empowers employees to speak up and take action, offering the guidance and insight to help them transform their suggestions into strategies.

6. Ellevest

Ellevest company profile

Ellevest exists to close the investing gap with an innovating digital investing and planning platform for women. This mission goes beyond just marketing to women—the investment advice tool was shaped around 200 hours of women’s interviews and 500 different economic scenarios. By fusing research into every decision, the startup is assembling a company for the long-term—with meticulous attention to detail in everything from the platform’s interface to its daily operations.

Ellevest is an early-stage company led by a team of seasoned leaders. For a fast-growing startup, Ellevest minds the details, especially when it comes to creating an environment where a diverse team of people can thrive. This mentality is evident in the way the Ellevest team works—prioritizing collaboration and the client experience above all, as well as in their thoughtful approach to onboarding

7. Bridgestone Americas

Bridgestone Americas company profile

Bridgestone Americas, or BSA—and its subsidiaries around the world—develop, manufacture, and market a wide range of tires, air springs, roofing materials, and industrial fibers and textiles for private and commercial customers in the automotive, agricultural, forestry, and mining industries. BSA also operates the world’s largest chain of automotive tire and service centers.

At Bridgestone, employees are given numerous opportunities to be involved with the local community. The company has its own Volunteering Committee, and partners with organizations all over the middle Tennessee area to make it easy for employees to give back. Whether it's collecting school supplies for children in need, volunteering at the local food bank, or purchasing holiday gifts for those less fortunate, Bridgestone is proud to help make a difference in the community.

8. Curalate

Curalate company profile

Consumer behavior is rapidly changing. With billions of images shared daily, the 24/7 shopper is discovering products more often and in more places—from social sites and shopping apps to brand and influencer blogs. Curalate gives businesses the power to drive engagement, traffic, and revenue with images across every consumer touchpoint, empowering millions of people daily to easily take action on the products they want from the brands they love.

Every week, two teams of three Curalate employees compete against each other in a friendly competition known as The Curalattes Challenge. Teams are given a ridiculous assignment—whether it’s a reimagination of the Mentos jingle, a superhero origin story about co-workers, or a faux interview with the Kardashians—and grab coffee together to brainstorm solutions. Their ideas are presented at the company’s All Hands meeting and are always equally hilarious and impressive.

9. The Knot Worldwide

The Knot Worldwide company profile

In 15 countries around the world, The Knot Worldwide inspires, informs, and cheers on people and communities as they move through life’s most amazing—and sometimes stressful—milestones. From a marriage proposal to creating a home and starting a family, its set of brands—The Knot, WeddingWire, Bodas, The Nest, The Bump, GigMasters, How They Asked, and Lasting—help people navigate—and ultimately enjoy—life’s biggest moments.

If you're looking for a challenge, The Knot Worldwide just might be the company for you. Since The Knot Worldwide has to apply logic to events based on emotional experiences, those working on digital applications at the company find their work not only extremely interesting, but endlessly challenging.

10. Stantec

Stantec company profile

The Stantec community unites 22,000 employees in over 400 locations across six continents. Employees collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy, and resource, environmental, water, and infrastructure projects to life. Beginning at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships, the company's engineers, architects, interior designers, landscape architects, surveyors, environmental scientists, construction managers, project managers, and project economists are involved—from initial project concept and planning through design construction, commissioning, maintenance, decommissioning, and remediation.

Stantec invests in young professionals, involving them in every facet of professional engineering practice, from site visits to quality control and project reporting. Stantec works to create pathways that enable people at varying stages of life and experience to envision possibilities, grow their knowledge, and achieve meaningful career progression.

11. VSA Partners

VSA Partners company profile

Design is not only a craft, but a tool for achieving business objectives—and VSA Partners is a master of both. The design-driven agency works across branding, design, and marketing to create unified customer experiences. The creative, strategic team offers end-to-end capabilities with pristine execution—and targeted results that help clients meet their business goals.

The key to a successful business is a happy workplace, and VSA delivers with a smart, friendly, and collaborative environment for all employees. With genuine respect and care for each person, VSAers produce outstanding work while having fun.

12. Airtime

Airtime company profile

Airtime is changing the internet. The company is hyper-focused on building a new kind of social media platform to bring people together. Where the norm for social media today is liking or commenting to build connections, Airtime tears down the wall by making interactions live. With a dedicated team, Airtime makes an impact everyday by using technology to bring people together across oceans, cities, and countries.

Airtime is run by a small, close-knit team. Members of the Airtime team are often found bonding outside of work, hanging out on the office rooftop, or enjoying the in-house barista and espresso bar. People come to Airtime to work on some of the most ambitious challenges in social media today, and every person—no matter their role— is able to have a direct impact on how Airtime functions.

13. Brighton Jones

Brighton Jones company profile

Brighton Jones serves as their clients' Personal CFO, 401(k), or tax advisor, helping individuals, families, and 401(k) plan participants achieve their own definition of living a richer life. The company’s comprehensive approach to wealth management includes in-depth mentoring and information exchange that ultimately provides the team with a better understanding of the people they serve. This, in turn, leads to the creation of customized plans aligned with the life stage, needs, and goals of each client.

Brighton Jones aims to enrich lives everyday and in many ways. In fact, community and compassion are two of the company’s core values, and the principles on which its Philanthropy Committee operates. Employees are allotted unlimited time off for volunteer efforts and do everything from cultivating food bank gardens to helping out in nursing homes.

14. Graham Technologies

Graham Technologies company profile

Graham Technologies is an information technology firm with headquarters in Largo, Maryland. Founded in 2007, Graham develops solutions for the Department of Defense, the intelligence community, federal civilians, and commercial customers. Graham’s core capabilities are software development, cyber security, and cloud migration.

At Graham Technologies, leaders employ an “open door, open minds” management philosophy. Team members are free to approach anyone from co-workers to executives with comments, compliments, or concerns. The company welcomes all feedback because its leadership believes that every bit of information provides an opportunity for growth.

16. The Washington Post

The Washington Post company profile

Founded in 1877, the 67 Pulitzer Prize-winning Post is one of the world’s most storied media and media technology companies. Purchased by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in 2013, and named the eighth most innovative media company in 2018 by Fast Company—and still on the list today—The Post has emerged, disrupting the era in journalism by positioning itself as the leader in technology.

Want to make an impact? Combining world-class journalism with cutting-edge engineering, The Post is defining the future of news. The Post continues to shine its light into the darkness—to uncover critical truths and spread knowledge to protect the pillars of liberty and democracy worldwide.

17. Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers company profile

Founded by a NYC public school teacher in 2006, Teachers Pay Teachers was created to help educators better serve their students by facilitating the exchange of resources, lesson plans, and materials. Since then, the website has grown beyond its niche into an expansive service and marketplace with broad offerings, used by over 4 million teachers worldwide.

Every level of management, from the CEO on down, is committed to creating a diverse workforce, and that spirit of inclusiveness permeates the atmosphere at TpT. With a focus on different perspectives—alongside an open and empowering management style—TpT’s culture helps facilitate success, both for its employees and a growing global user base of educators.

18. Veeam

Veeam company profile

The world is undergoing an intelligence revolution. Companies are using data to make better and faster decisions, and there are massive amounts of it that can no longer be contained in data centers—that’s where Veeam Software comes in. Veeam is a leading intelligent data management company that has offices in over 30 countries and is experiencing unprecedented growth—for good reason. They offer seamless data flow across multi-cloud infrastructures and ultimate data access, protection, and recovery management.

Veeam Cares is an employee-driven, company-supported program that empowers employees to help friends, strangers, and anyone who needs assistance. Every Veeam employee is given 24 hours a year to volunteer for a nonprofit of their choice. Through the program, Veeam team members have upgraded the grounds of a cancer center in Russia, empowered economic growth in Cambodia by funding piglets, and more to change the world for the better.

19. Leesa Sleep

Leesa Sleep company profile

Leesa Sleep is a direct-to-consumer e-commerce company relentless in their pursuit of better rest. The brand was named one of the Top 20 Startups to Watch by Forbes magazine and has completely innovated the mattress industry by offering consumers premium sleep products that can be picked out and purchased online, compressed in a box, and delivered directly to front doors across the country.

Looking for a company that gives back? Leesa is driven by the need to provide deeper rest for every body. From day one, the company pledged to donate one mattress for every mattress sold and has donated more than 30,000 mattresses to date. Today, Leesa not only delivers mattresses to more than 1,000 nonprofits, but it also plants a tree for every single sale.

20. Yotpo

Yotpo company profile

Yotpo, an eCommerce marketing platform, helps thousands of forward-thinking brands, like Rebecca Minkoff, MVMT, Bob’s Discount Furniture, and Steve Madden, accelerate their direct-to-consumer growth. The company's single-platform approach integrates data-driven solutions for customer reviews, loyalty programs, referrals, and more, empowering brands to create smarter, higher-converting customer experiences. Yotpo's employee-centric culture has earned the company coveted spots on the Crain’s New York Business Best Places to Work and BuiltInNYC’s Best Places to Work lists. Directly inspired by employee feedback, the company's programming includes diversity and inclusion efforts, a mentorship program, and affinity groups like Yotpo Cares and Women at Work.

With its focus on engagement and building brand integrity, it’s no wonder that trust is highly prized at Yotpo. The management style is flat and open, the culture is inclusive and diverse, and employees are given both support and independence. It’s a place where people are empowered to be and do the best.

21. Wilton Brands

Wilton Brands company profile

Wilton Brands is passionate about bringing the love of baking and decorating to everyone, everywhere, every day. As styles, trends, and tastes change, the company evolves to make sure it's bringing the latest and most relevant products and ideas to the market. Wilton has other locations in Bentonville, AR, Hudson, OH, Brentwood, TN, Dallas, TX, Canada, China and the UK. Wilton is owned by Dr. August Oetker KG, a privately held company based in Germany. Dr. Oetker is a global leader in the food and beverage industries. Follow Wilton on social media at @WiltonBrands

The people who feel right at home here at Wilton are creative problem-solvers who radiate positive energy and enjoy inspiring others. Wilton's Leadership Team inspires an environment that pushes people to be the best version of themselves. Wilton is driven by a passion to empower—to innovate, grow, and have fun.

22. Avanade

Avanade company profile

Avanade is the leading provider of innovative digital and cloud services, business solutions, and design-led experiences on the Microsoft ecosystem. Its people bring bold, fresh thinking combined with technology, business and industry expertise to help make a genuine human impact. Avanade prides itself on bringing clients the very best thinking through a collaborative culture that honors diversity and reflects the communities in which they operate.

Avanade employs a leadership philosophy of guidance and support. In addition to career managers, each individual has a career adviser who is there to mentor and provide help as requested and required. The organization seeks out and brings on board those who are determined and motivated to take the initiative to create career and company growth.

23. The Medici Group

The Medici Group company profile

The Medici Group is a strategy firm that helps companies innovate and teaches them how to continue innovating by explicitly leveraging the diversity of their team. The firm’s approach shows organizations how they can innovate faster, from ideation and evaluation to selection and execution, by activating the diverse experiences, skills, cultures and perspectives of their employees. The firm is passionate about rewriting the ways companies do business—enabling clients to grow new revenue streams, develop leaders, and increase their speed and agility.

Diversity is a core value at The Medici Group, and is reflected in the team. Medicians hail from all corners of the world with prior careers in teaching, public health, luxury goods, finance, fashion, tech, and performing arts, among others. At any given moment, there might be three languages being spoken in the kitchen, game design happening in the conference room, and laughter in the lounge.

24. PCORI

PCORI company profile

PCORI, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, is a Congress-authorized organization that seeks out medical research opportunities in order to shed light on important areas of patient and caregiver concern. The company is committed to improving health by substantially increasing the quantity, quality, and timeliness of useful, trustworthy information available to support big decision-making processes.

One of the best perks employees receive from working with PCORI is the consistent level of learning that occurs in a natural fashion. People grow personally and professionally on a daily basis simply by interacting and collaborating with such smart co-workers and company partners on so many different kinds of projects.

25. Rainforest QA

Rainforest QA company profile

Rainforest QA helps companies rethink their approach to QA by bringing it into the era of continuous delivery. Their focus is solely QA, and they have spent the last five years helping hundreds of companies hit their business goals through a smart QA strategy.
Rainforest QA is a distributed team. They're headquartered in San Francisco and have team members in over 15 different countries. Rainforest QA was built as a distributed team from the very beginning and the company invests heavily in tools and processes to make the work experience a good one for all of its team members, near and far.

Beyond providing an upbeat workplace where people work hard, have fun, and genuinely care about one another, Rainforest QA is a company where people can develop their careers. With monthly manager trainings, biannual promotion cycles, and regular reviews which focus on opportunities for professional growth, the company is intentional and consistent about helping people move toward their career goals.

26. Taboola

Taboola company profile

Taboola, now over 1,400 people globally, is headquartered in New York City with offices in Mexico City, São Paulo, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Madrid, Paris, Tel Aviv, New Delhi, Bangkok, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, Seoul, Tokyo, and Sydney, and is used by thousands of companies to help over a billion people worldwide discover what’s interesting and new at the moments they’re ready to experience new things. In doing so, we help companies attract, and strengthen, customer relationships.

Taboola cares about cultivating a rich culture for the company and its employees—so much so that it has appointed an internal committee to oversee the assembly of fun office events on a monthly basis. In the past, people have enjoyed participating in everything from Family Feud-themed competitions to big Bingo parties with plenty of prizes.

27. TEAGUE

TEAGUE company profile

Founded in 1926, TEAGUE is the original design consultancy. For almost a century, TEAGUE built a legacy of iconic designs that include the first Polaroid camera, the UPS truck, Pringles Chips canisters, and the Xbox. TEAGUE is committed to innovation and disruption of the status quo as it solves the world’s most complex challenges through teams of industrial and interaction designers, researchers, strategists, engineers, and experts spanning every field from branding to robotics.

Though it has an industry-wide reputation and client partnerships spanning decades, TEAGUE isn’t about to start resting on its laurels. Instead, the company is firmly focused on moving forward into the future. At TEAGUE, employees get to dive into complex problems, continually learning as they build solutions from the ground up.



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