Looking for a new job? Well, look no further than this list right here.
We’ve rounded up 25 companies that can only be described as awesome. And, the one thing that makes them even more amazing? They’re all hiring right this minute.
So, take a look at their open positions, explore their inspiring workspaces, and prepare to not only find a job that’s new—but a job you love.
Booking.com is a technology company with a love of travel at its core. They’ve made it their mission to empower people to experience the world. To do this, they create products offering a world of opportunity to millions of customers. In 43 languages, no less. And they have a diverse community of over 17,000 employees helping them do it.
A significant part of that number is the company’s growing tech department. They have several tech hubs worldwide, but by far the largest is their headquarters in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam. Don’t let the distance put you off, they offer excellent relocation packages. Check out their latest opportunities.
SEI is an employee-owned business and technology management consulting firm focused on implementing tailored solutions—resulting in exceptional local teams delivering reliable results for each client.
SEI operates a unique employee ownership model. This means that every person who works at SEI has the opportunity to own shares in the organization. SEI consultants find that this structure creates genuine long-term goal alignment and complete company-wide collaboration, since everyone is able to directly benefit from each achievement.
true[X] delivers effective advertising for on-demand, interactive media in LA, NYC, Chicago, Atlanta, and Seattle.
Want better work-life balance? You’re sure to find it at true[X]. The company recognizes that balance means something different to every individual and has created its policies with this in mind. true[X] allows employees to shift their daily hours around as necessary and work from home when it suits their schedule. Plus, it grants unlimited time off in order to support travel, family, medical, and other personal needs.
4. 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.
While Tory Burch itself is poised for even more large-scale growth, the company also believes in empowering employees to grow right alongside it. “By allowing me to wear multiple hats and develop my own processes, Tory Burch has helped me utilize and develop skills that I didn’t even know I had,” says the company’s Senior Industrial Engineer.
Digital Air Strike is a social media and reputation management service, specializing in the automotive industry, that assists its clients in maximizing their SEO, enabling a higher ROI.
Digital Air Strike truly values its employees and strives to retain and fulfill them. There’s an in-house game room for foosball and ping-pong, and employees connect with each other through various outdoor clubs, events, and sports teams. In addition, Digital Air Strike’s employee awards provide tangible benefits, from paycheck bonuses to exotic travel opportunities.
Clearlink blends marketing, sales, and digital technology to help brands meet and build lasting customer relationships with a unified support solution focused on customer experience.
Many teams use culture as a selling point, but Clearlink considers it essential to the entire business strategy and success of the company. Excellent perks help—but it’s the deeper, more meaningful experiences that demonstrate how dedicated decision-makers are to the people. When it comes to health, learning, and making lasting memories, Clearlink leaves no stone unturned.
The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers is a performing rights organization with a mission of looking out for its members, helping them collect fair compensation for their work.
Love music? You’ll love working at ASCAP. It's no surprise that a community of musicians and music-lovers bonds over music performances, from big events and EXPOs down to the casual employee performances in the office lounge. Talented performers working across all teams—and occasionally visiting ASCAP members—celebrate their skills through informal music showcases open to the whole company.
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.
Micromanagement is a dirty word in the Yext office. Instead, leadership is all about placing trust in its employees. Leaders offer interested team members big opportunities to take on new challenges and advance their own careers. In this way, employees are able to showcase their unique skill sets and achieve professional growth at their own rate. When it comes time to blow off some steam? Well, don’t even get us started on Yext’s karaoke get-togethers.
Glaukos designs, develops, and refines new treatment alternatives for patients with glaucoma, leading the industry with the iStent, a Micro-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery launched in 2012.
Glaukos employees take their work seriously, but they have a fun side as well. Some Fridays are deemed “flip-flop Fridays,” while others are “Superhero Fridays,” when everyone dons a favorite superhero t-shirt. The atmosphere at Glaukos is casual and familiar, with an emphasis on humility as well as hard work and dedication.
10. Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters provides professionals with the global intelligence, technology, and human expertise they need to find trusted information in areas from finance and law to government and media.
Thomson Reuters strives to build a culture that fosters and enables innovation. Recognizing that creativity and democratic environments go hand in hand, employees at every level of the organization are encouraged to contribute their own ideas, and the company allocates resources and funding to inspire entrepreneurship from within. An internal online network also allows employees in different business areas to collaborate, share ideas, and connect.
Transunion offers clients around the world complete credit protection, from credit alerts and reports to credit scores and more, all accessible from one easy-to-use platform.
TransUnion looks for people who want to actively learn and grow in their careers—and they offer plenty of resources to help employees do just that. Each department has a dedicated conference and training budget that must be used throughout the year. Employees apply for funds to purchase new books, take learning courses, attend conferences, or even return to school. The company knows that when talent is trained, talent is retained.
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.
As a growing, fast-paced tech company, Medidata offers an engaging and intellectually stimulating work environment. People who work at Medidata have many opportunities to develop their skills and advance within the company—which is something that employees find particularly rewarding. “If you have an appetite for learning, Medidata is a feast for you,” adds Manogna Machiraju, Associate Manager, Engineering.
CSE Insurance Group is a boutique insurance carrier with over 60 years in the industry and a reputation of integrity, striving to be at the vanguard of change as the industry evolves.
CSE’s bright and open offices mirror the company’s culture—conveying a friendly and nurturing environment where employees thrive together. From Taco Tuesdays and birthdays to the festive holiday celebrations, relaxed dress-code, and work-life balance, CSE truly values its employees’ happiness.
14. Uncommon Schools
Uncommon Schools is a nonprofit organization that starts and manages outstanding urban charter schools which prepare low-income students to excel in college.
Uncommon classrooms are joyful places of learning, which is why Joy Factor is one of the organizational values. This joy also extends beyond the classroom and permeates adult culture at Uncommon. From staff appreciation days to fun culture-building events with teammates, at Uncommon, everyone is family.
With an internal culture of authenticity, collaboration, and innovation, Palo Alto Networks maintains continual vigilance and security for customers all over the world.
People come to Palo Alto Networks from a variety of backgrounds—not just the tech world. Each employee brings unique skills and insights to the table. The open management style at Palo Alto Networks encourages a transparent and healthy working environment (with no red tape or barriers!). That sense of company camaraderie is further bolstered by fun staff events and celebrations, in addition to perks like flexible work options.
Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), an Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, is the largest customer-owned health insurer in the US, operating in five states.
At HCSC, building a strong sense of community takes a central role. The leadership fosters this by promoting professional development with courses, conferences, and reimbursements. The management furthers it by providing transparency and support. All employees embody it, top to bottom, in their professional mission, as well as in their substantial volunteer work.
17. Rain Bird
Rain Bird is the world’s leading provider of irrigation products and services.
According to employees, working at Rain Bird is fast-paced, dynamic, and filled with different kinds of problems that are invigorating to solve. Because so much is happening, employees operate with an ‘All Hands On Deck’ mentality—and are given the freedom to plan their own agendas, share their own ideas, and deliver the results that will eventually help the company grow.
First Citizens Bank provides banking products and services that meet the financial needs of individuals and businesses.
First Citizens offers opportunities to learn, succeed, and lead. That’s because it hits the sweet spot between size and accessibility—employees get the resources of a large bank without getting lost in a big organizational chart. Teams at First Citizens give everyone a chance to make a difference. It’s not unusual to find junior associates working directly with senior leaders, and learning a lot along the way.
Ultimate Software is a cloud-based capital management technology company—helping organizations increase workforce productivity with people-centric solutions.
Employees are excited about the future of Ultimate Software because although the office maintains a small-family feel, the company is experiencing tremendous growth and learning opportunities. Ultimate Software actively encourages employees to seek out different pathways to grow their careers, be innovative in their fields, and enjoy long-term success at the company.
Beautycounter creates safe, high-performing products for the whole family—the organization believes that no one should ever compromise their health in the name of beauty.
Staff at Beautycounter really appreciate the transparency they get from the company’s CEO and Executive Team. They often host all-in staff meetings where leadership updates everyone on where they stand as a company—and also takes the time to celebrate successes. Sometimes, that means surprising staff with champagne and strawberries—or even an afternoon beach party.
Across all major transportation modes, Echo Global Logistics connects businesses that need to ship their products with carriers who transport goods quickly, securely, and cost-effectively.
Echo Global believes in recognizing the hard work of its employees, which means there’s no shortage of fun team events like whirlyball and group outings to attend Cubs games. The icing on the cake? The annual Rewards Trip, where employees spend a long weekend in Cancun—allowing teammates from all across the country to meet one another in-person and unwind.
22. Weight Watchers
Weight Watchers takes pride in improving people’s lives through completely customized wellness programs—paired with endless advice and unwavering, always-available support.
When it comes to employee wellness, Weight Watchers really walks the walk. For example, the office has an onsite gym that employees can access, and reimbursements are available for outside gyms, nutrition, mindfulness, or yoga classes. Weight Watchers also regularly invites guest speakers to the office that facilitate conversations focused on wellness and mindfulness. At Weight Watchers, employees are both happy and healthy.
23. Point B
Point B is a management consulting firm helping clients develop strategic insights and translate them into impact.
If there’s one thing PointB employees love most, it’s the people-focused company culture. For example, Point B shows its appreciation for its associates as well as their partners with a fully-sponsored two-night, three-day summer getaway. Recently, Point B celebrated its 20-year anniversary by flying all 550+ associates and their partners to a fantastic resort in Nevada for a fun and relaxing stay.
SiriusDecisions empowers clients to make strategic choices by offering well-researched and actionable solutions to some of the toughest challenges faced by top Sales, Product, and Marketing Teams.
SiriusDecisions takes office culture seriously. Collaboration and connection are key parts of what makes the team tick, and there are ample opportunities for both. Whether it’s the open floorplan, the regular roster of group projects, or the office happy hours, the not-so-secret ingredients to the SiriusDecisions special sauce are collaboration and camaraderie.
Sunrun is the nation’s largest dedicated residential solar provider, creating low-cost energy solutions that bring sustainable power to the people.
Looking for an inclusive culture? Sunrun believes that people should all have the same access to the sun, and all the jobs its power can provide. In fact, the organization even dedicated an entire department to diversity and inclusion efforts inside and outside of the office, focusing on areas like women in tech, military veterans, and members of the LGBT community.
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TopicsBooking.com , Point B , true[X] , Palo Alto Networks , Medidata , SEI , Uncommon Schools , CSE Insurance Group , Thomson Reuters , Weight Watchers , HCSC , Glaukos Corporation , Echo Global , Clearlink , Tory Burch , ASCAP , Company Profiles , Finding a Job , Who's Hiring , Yext , Ultimate Software , Rainbird , Company Roundup , Digital Air Strike , TransUnion , SiriusDecisions , Job Search , Beautycounter , First Citizens Bank , Sunrun
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