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22 Top Companies Hiring in November

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An inside look at Cisco Meraki's San Francisco office, as seen on The Muse.

As you approach your job search, don’t forget one of the most important steps in the process: doing your research. Here at The Muse, we can give you an inside look at a company’s culture, benefits, and even specific teams and initiatives that could help you decide what’s right for you. To get you started, we put together this list of 22 businesses that are all hiring now.

You can check out their company profiles, where real employees tell you what it’s like to work there. For example, Vick Mertens, a regional sales manager at Cisco Meraki, talks about the endless growth opportunities at the company. “Almost all of our leaders were promoted internally,” he says. “I think it’s really amazing, and also shows that we really care about people and their development.”

Keep reading to learn more about the employers on this list, and check out their job openings.

1.
Banfield Pet Hospital

Banfield Pet Hospital company profile
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Working at Banfield Pet Hospital

As the leading provider of preventive veterinary care, Banfield is committed to delivering high-quality care to pets and sharing our data, insights, and best practices with the profession to help advance veterinary medicine. We are a practice powered by nearly 20,000 Associates – including 3,600 veterinarians – bonded together by our purpose: A Better World for Pets. Our culture of health & wellbeing and commitment to creating a more equitable, inclusive, and diverse profession drives our decision making as a company, so we can help create a brighter future for our people, pets, and society. Our work extends beyond hospital walls – we strive to do good every day by giving back to pets and the communities in which we live and serve.

2.
Tory Burch

Tory Burch company profile
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Working at Tory Burch

Founded in 2004 in New York City, Tory Burch is an American luxury brand known for beautiful, timeless pieces and rich storytelling that evokes optimism and joy. Tory is a fashion designer who draws inspiration from her parents’ effortless style, the worlds of travel, art, and interiors, and women globally. The collections include ready-to-wear, handbags, footwear, accessories, jewelry, home, and beauty. Empowering women is the company’s guiding principle, underpinning the design philosophy and company culture, and driving the work of the Tory Burch Foundation. Every team member is integral to the company’s unique culture and continuing evolution.

3.
Quanterix

Quanterix company profile
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Working at Quanterix

Quanterix is on a mission to create tools to enable discovery and improve health outcomes for everyONE. We operate as ONE Team, with ONE Mission and ONE Mindset, united by our values of Team, Innovation, Customer, and Owner. Quanterix looks to push boundaries—and employees are rewarded for their ability to be visionaries and innovators in the field. Our leadership is dedicated to creating and fostering a company culture that is collaborative, transparent, and disruptive, all combining to create a High-Performance Culture. Our technology is empowering researchers to bring new discoveries in disease and treatment to the forefront with our Simoa precision instruments, wide-ranging menu of assay kits, and custom assay development services. Join the Q team today!

4.
The Los Angeles Times

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Working at The Los Angeles Times

The L.A. Times is on a mission to honor its 140-year history, build on its journalistic excellence and expand its storytelling through a range of video, podcasts, events and products such as The Envelope, Image magazine and The Latinx Files and other digital platforms vital to delivering the news. Brought into local, private ownership by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong in June 2018 and under new editorial leadership, the L.A. Times is undergoing an exciting period of expansion, experimentation and rejuvenation unlike any in recent decades.

Our Product Innovation team, along with Product Engineering and Data/Analytics teammates, are creating and innovating user experiences across web and mobile apps for the L.A. Times to help users and subscribers find the best and most relevant content they’ll love, value, come back for and pay for.

Working for the L.A. Times means supporting a free press, which provides independent, fact-based journalism that is essential for our democracy and the public good. The L.A. Times is woven into the fabric of the community and projects the view from the West Coast out to the world. Our vision is to build a thriving media organization that serves the state of what’s next.

5.
Royal Caribbean Group

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At Royal Caribbean Group, we care about creating unique vacation experiences for guests around the world. We’re committed to protecting the oceans our ships sail and the communities they visit, and providing an inclusive work environment that’s both exciting and rewarding. We’re proud to be included on Forbes’ list of World’s Best Employers for 2021, and we continuously strive to be better because our people matter. Their careers matter. Journey with us.

6.
Kinaxis

Kinaxis company profile
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Working at Kinaxis

At Kinaxis, our cutting-edge software supports the ever-changing needs of the people who manage supply chains. It’s rewarding and inspiring to help keep our world healthy and moving. Kinaxis is a true global team with offices in Canada, USA, India, Japan, and more. We are experts in tech, but it’s really our people who give us passion to always seek ways to do things better. To that end, we’re serious about diversity, professional development and training, and giving back to the community – plus our software helps supply chain planners reduce waste in supply chains, so we can all have a healthier planet. Recognized as a top employer in Canada and India, we support your career growth with a positive culture, state-of-the-art tools, and opportunities to innovate how our world’s supply chains work for all of us.

7.
Tandym Group

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Working at Tandym Group

At Tandym, we empower people. Not only through the work that we do, but through the long-term relationships and support systems we create with each other. Whether we’re nurturing client relationships, landing a person their dream job, or supporting our internal teams—we all play an integral part in helping our customers navigate their careers. When you join our team, you’re joining a community of people with purpose.

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Swiftly

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Working at Swiftly

An impact that's real
Trusted by over 110 cities around the world, Swiftly is fundamentally shaping the landscape of urban transportation. At Swiftly, you’ll improve transit for over 1.5 billion passenger trips for tens of millions of transit riders per year.

A team powered by curiosity
Swiftly is a team that runs on unique perspectives and a shared passion for urban mobility. At Swiftly, you’ll continually learn from your colleagues in ways you least expect.

Equal parts art and science
The Swiftly platform gathers billions of data points to understand how people move through cities. Working at Swiftly requires you to devise simple solutions to complex spatial, temporal, and behavioral questions.

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.

Think your company should be on a list like this? Learn more and get in touch!