The holidays are finally winding down, and now it's time to tackle that list of resolutions. But, don't get overwhelmed because we've got your back!
If a new job is at the top of your list, look no further. We've compiled 27 amazing companies that are all hiring right now. So take a look and get ready to start crossing off resolutions!
More than 30 years ago, E*TRADE—a financial services organization—pioneered the online brokerage industry by executing the first-ever electronic individual investor trade. Since then, the company has continued to challenge conventions and put customers first. Today, E*TRADE advocates for all investors through its powerful technology and professional guidance.
If you're looking for an enterprising company, E*TRADE is the place for you. Made up of a team that's driven to make things better, E*TRADE is a company that moves quickly. A "get-it-done" attitude permeates the office culture, as the company values integrity, transparency, and winning over bureaucracy. The hands-on environment makes it easy for employees to continuously build relationships, share new ideas, ask questions, and effect change.
2. First Citizens Bank
First Citizens is one of the country’s fastest growing banks. Starting with a single branch in North Carolina, it now has nearly 550 branches coast to coast. What makes First Citizens different is its people—retail bankers, business bankers, wealth bankers, technology professionals, support teams, and more—who are all focused on better banking that helps people live better lives. The bank's approach has generated high customer loyalty that's made First Citizens one of the strongest banks in the business.
What makes First Citizens Bank special is its dedication to helping people. The team genuinely cares about its clients' financial futures and wants to help them grow, which means that each customer is treated as an individual and employees are able to cultivate unique relationships with each one. As technology is gradually taking the personalization out of banking, First Citizens is using its resources to work side by side with its customers and make banking a personal experience.
Backcountry’s mission is to connect people with their passions by offering carefully selected, premium gear and apparel that empowers modern adventure. Employees are avid skiers, campers, hikers, mountain bikers, climbers, and much more, and they use this firsthand knowledge to outfit customers and to inspire them to get outdoors.
With the great outdoors just a wall away, a typical day at Backcountry has to include outside activity. From company ski trips to biking excursions, Backcountry brings the outdoors into the everyday. In the office, employees bring their dogs to work and are encouraged to share their passions—this company proves that work-life balance is possible.
WeWork is a global network of office spaces that transforms buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection. Whether a client requires one desk, an office suite, or an entire headquarters, the company provides physical and virtual services that increase productivity, innovation, and collaboration. Networking is also an incredible byproduct of the business, and strong communities often form around the shared sites where seasoned CEOs sit alongside recent graduates or startup founders.
One of WeWork’s best benefits—for clients as well as employees—is the powerful professional network that opens up around the world. Everyone involved with the organization has the opportunity to meet other in and outside of their respective fields—with various levels of experience—to share ideas, solicit advice, and even become close personal friends with.
5. Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters is a leading provider of business information services. Their products include highly specialized information-enabled software and tools for legal, tax, accounting, and compliance professionals, combined with the world’s most global news service—Reuters. Their customers rely on them to deliver the intelligence, technology, and human expertise they need to find trusted answers that inform their most important decisions.
Looking to innovate? 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.
AppFolio is revolutionizing the way people do business.
Serving over 20,000 U.S. property management and legal companies, Appfolio's easy-to-use, cloud-based software helps customers more effectively market, manage, and grow their business. AppFolians are dedicated to innovative products, making a difference in their customers' lives, and collaborating for a positive impact each and every day. At the heart of AppFolio is its inclusive, innovative, and encouraging company culture that inspires team members to do their best work. And with offices in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, and Boston, AppFolio is built for long-term success and growing every day.
AppFolio recognizes and rewards the hard work that happens at the office by creating a fun and comfortable environment. For example, the company offers daily exercise classes, a dog-friendly workplace, and plenty of delicious and healthy snacks in the kitchen. For a break, employees can engage in a friendly game of ping-pong, push-up wars, or guacamole making contests.
At Accolade, employees start every day inspired by the possibility of reinventing healthcare. From offering highly personalized support for its members to developing an array of world-class technologies, Accolade is a trusted resource that empowers people to make educated health decisions—all while saving them money.
Accolade is as passionate about taking care of its employees as it is about taking care of its members. The organization offers flexible scheduling to assure work-life balance, a casual dress code, tons of snacks including fruit and coffee, all within open workspace environments ripe for cross-collaboration where everyone has the same size and shaped desk—not a single office.
8. Cornerstone OnDemand
Recruiting and retaining quality candidates is vitally important to successful businesses the world over, which is why Cornerstone OnDemand is dedicated to providing outstanding talent management to organizations looking to find and develop phenomenal employees. With clients like Walgreens, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and Xerox, Cornerstone is committed to embracing new technology and continually growing.
Cornerstone’s worldwide headquarters are located in Santa Monica, a vibrant part of LA situated right by the beach. Cornerstone’s workplace fosters a similarly vibrant environment, one in which people push themselves to do things they’ve never done before—whether that’s developers designing a new product release and incorporating fresh ideas or employees preparing for a triathlon together.
9. The Washington Post
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.
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. Combining world-class journalism with cutting-edge engineering, The Post is defining the future of news.
Vrbo, a world leader in the vacation rental industry, is the place to book beach houses, cabins, and condos with more than two million places to stay in 190 countries. The site makes it easy to find and book the perfect vacation rental for any getaway, often for less than the cost of traditional hotel accommodations. Vrbo is part of the Expedia Group family of brands.
Vrbo’s engineers share a passion for excellence. Exhibiting a "One Team" mentality, people are not afraid to speak up or jump in when there’s a problem to be solved. The team’s interest in hearing from diverse perspectives when tackling issues and thinking of solutions also keeps the work interesting and engaging.
11. Bankers Healthcare Group
Bankers Healthcare Group offers financing solutions to healthcare industry professionals across the United States. Through unique, direct lending practices, the organization is able to provide life-changing loans straight to physicians, dentists, physical therapists, and pharmacists—with an approximate approval time of only 24 hours. The group’s programs are available for both commercial and personal purposes, including new equipment purchase, expansions and improvements, working capital, and more.
If you want to give back, Bankers Healthcare Group might be the place for you. The company and its employees are committed to improving communities near their homes and offices—and all around the world. From collecting food donations for foreign countries to gathering backpacks for local schoolchildren, the company is constantly caring for those in need.
Convene designs and services premium places to work, meet, and host inspiring events. Through strategic partnerships with prominent commercial landlords, Convene operates a network of hospitality-driven locations in Class A office buildings across major U.S. cities, with plans to expand globally. Convene has raised $260M in equity funding to date, and has been named one of America’s 100 Most Promising Companies by Forbes and a Best Workplace by both Inc. and Fortune Magazine.
As a disrupter in the commercial real estate and hospitality industry, Convene's generosity extends to its employees. Some ways the company celebrates its people are by having monthly office feasts, baking birthday cakes, consistently stocking the snack bar with chocolate treats and tasty brews, and providing respite spaces where folks can sit back and take a break during the workday.
13. The Meet Group
The Meet Group (Nasdaq: MEET) is a fast-growing portfolio of mobile apps designed to meet the universal need for human connection. Using innovative products and sophisticated data science, The Meet Group keeps its more than 4.5 million mobile daily active users engaged and originates untold numbers of casual chats, friendships, dates, and marriages. The Meet Group helps advertisers reach customers on a global scale with hundreds of millions of daily mobile ad impressions.
Managers at The Meet Group put full trust into their employees, affording them the freedom to solve problems and work on projects in their own style—always building at an aggressive pace. In this way, leadership motivates and empowers people to develop their professional skills and take ownership over their innovative creations.
Created to bring education into the 21st century, Edmodo is now the number one K-12 social learning network in the world. The platform provides students and parents with the safest and easiest way to connect with educators in one place. To date, Edmodo has connected classrooms, schools, and districts with over 80 million members across 210 countries. Edmodo is backed by top-tier investors, including Greylock and Benchmark, with LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman serving as Chairman.
At Edmodo, employees share a passion for learning. Once a month, they have what are called “Learning About Learning” workshops, where staff cover all sorts of fascinating—and fun—topics. They even had the world record holder for paper airplanes come in and teach staff the art of making and flying paper planes.
15. Best Made Co
Best Made Co. brings superior-quality outdoor goods to its New York City shop and web store, empowering people to get out around the campfire. The company was started after founder Peter Buchanan-Smith saw a need for a better axe—not only as a lifeline to the wilderness, but as an inspiration for people to reconnect with their hands and nature. The brand has since expanded its offerings to include apparel, bags, tools, and home goods, and was named one of Ad Age's "Top Companies Creatives Will Give Up Their Freedom For."
Every Fall, the Best Made team packs up and heads to the Catskills for their annual weekend jamboree. In true Best Made fashion, it’s a weekend dedicated to getting out into nature, cooking over a fire, and enjoying each other’s company—with plenty of fun activities like bonfire building, archery, and campfire stories.
16. Procore Technologies
Procore started as a software solution to the real-life problems Procore’s CEO encountered during the construction of his family’s home. From that beginning, Procore has grown to be the provider of the most widely used construction management software in the industry. Procore serves clients around the world, furnishing them with cloud-based software that increases efficiency—and profitability.
At Procore, employees are encouraged to try out new ideas, which is part of why Procore has such a significant influence within the field of construction management. To encourage continued innovation and growth, the company actively provides its team with opportunities for ongoing learning through classes and programs, as well as pathways for career advancement.
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.
18. KDM Engineering
Owned and founded by a female electrical engineer, KDM Engineering set out to create the best primary distribution design and project management firm the Chicago area had ever seen. The organization aims to set itself apart in attention to detail, top-notch customer service, and on-time, under-budget deliveries, all by continuing to develop a team of diverse and experienced engineers.
Located directly in downtown Chicago, KDM Engineering’s headquarters are conveniently surrounded by delectable dining destinations, pretty parks, and easy transportation options. Inside, the office offers an open floor plan that allows employees to easily coordinate and converse about issues, projects, and plans for the future. Even the CEO maintains an open-door policy, always available for assistance.
19. F5 Networks
Founded in 1996, F5 originally made a name for itself with load-balancing products. Since then, F5 has become a market leader and expanded its offerings to include the everything in the application delivery space—from load-balancing and acceleration to a whole host of security and authentication products, both on the cloud and at local datacenters.
In the ever-changing security landscape, it takes constant focus to remain ahead of the curve, and F5 is devoted to providing education to develop its employees and their talents. With all the resources of a large company combined with the agile mindset of a startup, F5 has remained a steady market leader in a notoriously unsteady market.
20. The Predictive Index
At the core of The Predictive Index’s "THREADS" philosophy—teamwork, honesty, reliability, energy, action, drive, and scope—is the idea that understanding people is the key to unlocking their potential, and the key to understanding is behavioral assessment. A company with over 60 years of data and expertise, The Predictive Index was acquired by former clients in 2014 and is busy expanding its research, reach, and capabilities.
With brand new open offices full of natural light, ping-pong tables, and hardwood floors to scoot around on, The Predictive Index is a fun and welcoming place to work. Employees can clear their heads at the in-house gym, unwind at weekly beer socials, and enjoy numerous lunch-and-learn opportunities.
InfoCision is a leading telemarketing enterprise with over 30 call centers spanning several states, including Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Its dedicated team of more than 3,000 employees work tirelessly 24/7 to provide extensive customer service, sales, and non-profit fundraising efforts to the world’s most notable brands and institutions, such as St. Jude and Verizon.
At InfoCision, employee engagement and hosting a fun workplace are top priorities. Employees participate in morale-boosting games and indulge in delicious snacks provided by the company. InfoCision’s unique culture gives the perfect balance between work and home life, allowing employees to "Work Happy" and "Live Happy."
22. DMC Atlanta
Founded in 2003 with just eight people, DMC Atlanta has grown to over 700 employees in 50 offices around the country through a results-driven philosophy and a commitment to bringing its clients life-long customers. In the next few years, DMC hopes to expand to hundreds of new offices around the country—and then, the world.
The DMC Atlanta team works hard to help each other achieve goals. This means always checking in to keep each other accountable and giving one another tips to stay on track. The team believes in constantly teaching new members and learning new things in order to be better employees—and ultimately, better leaders.
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati has been partnering with the world’s most innovative companies for more than 50 years. Indeed, its clients include leaders in the technology, life sciences, renewable energy, media and entertainment, communications, and financial services industries, among others. With 11 offices nationwide, plus offices in China and Europe, WSGR is a premier provider of legal services worldwide.
WSGR has an office culture that encourages participation and teamwork. Employees value the fact that they feel supported by management, are given opportunities for professional development, and are able to have a voice in decision-making processes.
In 2008, TaskUs was founded by two business partners and high school pals to make companies operate more efficiently. The company exploded and today has almost 8,000 employees globally supporting the outsourced customer service and back-office needs of the world’s most disruptive companies. Through massive growth, TaskUs retains its ridiculous entrepreneurial spirit out of the HQ in Santa Monica and offices in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, San Francisco, New York, Latin America, and the Philippines.
When it comes to culture at TaskUs, game rooms and office lounges aren’t defining factors—they’re just the cherry on top. Even as the team grows, it maintains an intense family feel and emphasis on balance. Cowboy Breakfast, Taco Tuesdays, and golf outings with the CEO are fun—but empowerment, recognition, and consideration for employees as people are what support the company.
Leanplum is building the marketing cloud for the mobile era. Its integrated platform delivers meaningful user engagement across both messaging and the in-app experience. Leanplum offers mobile companies messaging, automation, app editing, personalization, A/B testing, and analytics, all in a single solution.
Spending time together is not limited to employees’ time in the office—the team is always in the process of planning their next group outing. As a team, they’ve toured the famous Bulgarian Rila Lakes, played golf with the VP of Engineering, kayaked with the CEO, and hiked up Rila Mountain where they could easily appreciate the natural beauty of Bulgaria.
Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and with more than 30 offices spread across 20 countries, Comscore employs over 1,700 creative professionals dedicated to the collection, analysis, and synthesis of data to measure what matters, making cross-platform audiences and advertising more valuable. Comscore is the trusted partner for planning, transacting, and evaluating media across platforms. Comscore is pioneering the future of cross-platform media measurement, arming organizations with the insights they need to make decisions with confidence.
There's an endless array of events, classes, and development opportunities to help all employees achieve goals. For example, with Comscore’s Young Professionals Group, new employees are matched with a buddy to guide them through their first year. Additionally, employee-driven events and fundraisers focus on local charities around the globe. comScore gives back to the community, from blood drives and bake sales to volunteering at local shelters and helping children learn to read.
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