Are you on the hunt for an awesome new job? We know it can be tough to keep up your job search stamina.
But if you need some inspiration,look no further. We’ve rounded up 30 amazing companies that are all hiring right now. So what are you waiting for? Read on and start submitting those applications.
HealthcareSource is a leading provider of talent management solutions for the healthcare industry, serving more than 3,000 organizations across the United States. The company’s Quality Talent Software Suite helps healthcare organizations build a more patient-centered workforce by selecting, aligning, continuously developing, and retaining highly engaged people. The company’s cloud-based platform of software, content, services, and analytics assists with applicant tracking, reference checking, behavioral and skills-based competency assessments, compensation analysis, performance and learning management, e-learning courseware, education, and advisory services.
HealthcareSource is all about growth and promotion from within. Something that sets the company apart is its “No Small Voices” attitude—meaning that everyone’s opinions are valued equally, regardless of position. Leadership wants to hear feedback from everyone within the organization, and the entire team’s focus on growth means that employees are always taking on big challenges, learning new skills, and moving into exciting new roles.
Asana is a leading platform that helps teams organize and manage all of their work, from small projects to strategic initiatives. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Asana has more than 50,000 paying organizations and millions of users across 195 countries. Customers such as AB-InBev, Airbnb, Disney, KLM Air France, NASA, Overstock.com, Uber, Viessmann Group, Vox Media, and Zalando use Asana to manage everything from marketing campaigns to product launches to company goals.
Asana is changing the way teams work together, starting internally by using their own product exclusively — Asanas don't use email and focus on how to be the most productive and efficient they can be by eliminating "work about work". Challenging work is met with support through collaborative teammates and a thriving culture built on transparency and trust.
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 unique is its strong emphasis on customer relationships. 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.
Since 1841, Dun & Bradstreet has been helping companies improve business performance with their data and insights, available through the Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud and its solutions. With these insights, generated from over 300 million business records, customers can accelerate revenue, reduce costs, manage risk, and transform their businesses.
D&B’s workplace is one which promotes excellence by establishing clear goals and expectations, while giving employees the ability to take ownership and find solutions on their own. In order to foster a culture of sustainable high performance, the company works to support its employees by encouraging healthy behaviors, providing workers with on-site opportunities for exercise, wholesome snacks, and time to have fun and re-charge.
More than a mere credit reporting agency, TransUnion also offers sophisticated data information regarding global risks in order to assist clients in making important business decisions. The organization is committed to providing the most complete and multidimensional information available to more than 500 million customers, at 45,000 companies, in 33 countries around the world.
TransUnion takes continuing education very seriously. 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.
CSAA Insurance Group is one of the top personal lines property and casualty insurance groups in the United States, offering automobile, homeowners, and other lines of insurance to AAA Members through partnerships with AAA clubs in 23 states and Washington, DC. A coast-to-coast organization serving nearly 17 million AAA members, the company aspires to be the number one insurer across the many markets it serves.
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.
Founded in 2003, Goosehead Insurance is changing the face of the insurance industry, making the search for great coverage a piece of cake. As one of the largest independent U.S. insurance agencies, Goosehead is committed to finding the best possible coverage and rates—and because it works simultaneously with different carriers, Goosehead finds clients multiple options and excellent deals.
Leadership at Goosehead Insurance makes it easy for ambitious employees to achieve success by remaining approachable and accessible. The relationship between Goosehead Insurance employees and management helps develop vital job skills and knowledge. With team huddles every week and one-on-one review sessions twice each month, employees continuously have the opportunity to ask important questions and improve performance.
Founded in 1877, the 65 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.
Employees at The Post thrive in a fast-paced and exciting environment where new stories, ideas, and technologies are constantly being explored. “My career has grown immensely since I’ve been here, and I see a lot of career advancement around the company—if you can execute, are passionate, and lean into new ideas, then you can go really far at The Post,” says Joey Marburger, Director of Product.
Health Care Service Corporation is the largest member-owned—and fourth largest overall—health insurer in the U.S., serving Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas as a licensee of Blue Cross Blue Shield. A purpose-driven community of 22,000 employees serving over 15 million members, HCSC is devoted to a mission of improving lives, health, and care.
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—community service and charity walks are regular occurrences.
Founded in 1991 by three graduates of UCLA, Blizzard Entertainment has evolved over the years to become one of the most recognizable and respected names in gaming. With over 4,700 employees worldwide, Blizzard continues to redefine the industry—from pioneering e-sports and improving AAA franchises to creating all-new titles for players of all interests.
At Blizzard, employee well-being is paramount—with emphasis placed on professional development inside the office, coupled with freedom and flexibility to balance a healthy lifestyle outside it. Blizzard Academy provides its employees with amazing learning opportunities through the focused coursework and roster of guest speakers. This empowers employees to learn from the best artists, authors, and engineers in the industry.
An education technology startup, Newsela is dedicated to transforming the way students access the world through words. The amazing team combines powerful technological know-how with real-world experience earned in classrooms, newsrooms, and the boardroom. Five days a week, Newsela publishes high-interest news articles at five levels of complexity for grades 2 through 12, using unique and proprietary processes.
Being an ed-tech startup, it makes sense that Newsela’s culture is very supportive of learning. In addition to various office workshops, there’s an education program that employees can use for professional development. The office also hosts Lunch and Learn sessions most weeks focusing on a diverse range of topics. When it’s time to blow off some steam? Employees get together for fun outings like hockey games, fitness classes, and an annual retreat.
Lever builds powerful, modern recruiting software for teams to source, interview, and hire top talent. By making recruiting collaborative, seamless, and, above all, human, Lever is on a mission to help the world hire with conviction.
Lever uses technology to help others build and hire better teams—so it’s expected that Lever’s office has cracked the case to fostering an exciting, productive workplace. The basis of this discovery is the company’s leaders, who focus on removing roadblocks so individuals can excel. The result? A true embodiment of leadership—rather than simply management.
PagerDuty is the leading digital operations management platform for businesses. It empowers DevOps, IT operations, support, security, and business leaders to turn any signal into insight and real-time action across any operational use case. When revenue and brand reputation depend on customer satisfaction, PagerDuty helps teams prevent and resolve business-impacting incidents and deliver exceptional digital experiences.
PagerDuty is a place where you can really make your mark. The company has an environment where everyone is valued for who they are, encouraged to share their ideas, and to always be authentic. “We’re a big enough company that we’re stable, but we’re still small enough where you can make a footprint and evoke change, which is exciting,” says Lizzy McNaney, Sales Development Representative.
14. Big Fish Games
Big Fish Games is dedicated to enhancing life through exceptional play. At Big Fish, team members are not just be a small piece of something big, they're a big part of something special. Employees challenge themselves to be creative in everything they do. From the way they think, to the way they play, from the way they solve problems, to the way they collaborate—everything is an opportunity to make an impact. The fun is in working together to build something bigger than themselves and make something great.
Although Big Fish Games is a quickly growing company, it strives to maintain a nimble startup atmosphere. The company has an open-door policy, allowing employees easy access to any advice and support they might require. Managers take a vested interest in all employee projects, offering ample advice and support whenever asked. And, new hires are welcomed with open arms (and sometimes a piñata).
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.
Convene really believes in taking care of its employees. Just a few of the many 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. Convene also has a variety of groups and clubs for employees to get involved in—and workers have the power to form their own clubs as well.
True Value Company helps retailers all over the world achieve retail excellence in a way that works for them and for their local communities. As the only hardline wholesaler in the indsutry with a nationally-recognized brand, True Value Company provides locally relevant product, competitive prices, an expansive warehouse network, in-depth inventory analysis, and innovative marketing know-how. With 13 regional distribution centers and approximately 2,500 associates across 60 countries, True Value is focused on helping independent stores grow, realize profitability, and remain relevant with their communities.
The employees at True Value are united in the company’s values of putting the customer first, driving for success, teamwork, respect, stewardship, and integrity. All apply a “can-do” attitude when offering solutions to problems faced by members. Managers strive to uplift their teams and are always ready to offer guidance and advice when needed. Employees can also take advantage of a myriad of classes, lunch-and-learns, and tuition reimbursement programs through True Value University.
18. Ahold Delhaize
Ahold Delhaize is one of the world’s largest food retail groups. The organization operates more than 20 different brands that each share a passion for delivering great products, a value for innovation, and an aim to create all-inclusive workplaces that provide rewarding professional opportunities. In addition, each location is committed to strengthening local communities.
Ahold Delhaize takes employee wellness seriously. The company is intent on creating a strong work-life balance for its employees. For example, the team likes to take outings to the nearby beach to hash out serious decisions and then spend the remainder of the day playing volleyball, eating barbecue, and drinking delicious cocktails until long after the sun has set.
19. First Western
First Western is a private bank and trust company that delivers holistic wealth planning solutions for a person’s personal, business, and philanthropic needs. The firm’s Colorado, Arizona, California, and Wyoming offices offer comprehensively tailored financial solutions—from investment management and retirement planning to insurance and mortgage services—as well as full access to a team of local experts.
First Western Trust employees work hard, but they also like to celebrate and have fun. Whether it's hosting a cornhole tournament on the fifth floor, taking an outing to Top Golf, or gathering for team lunches or happy hour, the entire company enjoys getting together and having fun inside and outside the office. The organization and its associates agree that these get-togethers are a great way to blow off a little steam from the day.
MediaRadar is a SaaS company that aims to provide real-time advertising insights, provide tools to outsmart the competition, and streamline sales processes. The company’s customizable, easy-to-use ad tracking software allows businesses to collect compelling market analysis that can be used to create targeted sales pitches and continually win new accounts. MediaRadar currently serves more than two million magazine, website, and e-newsletter brands.
MediaRadar is a place where people can start and then grow their career. The organization spends a lot of time and effort focusing on training and development—from external workshops and trainers to its very own Leadership Academy. The entire Leadership Team is big on mentorship, and everyone from the CEO on down will always take time to coach staff through challenges. High performers are promoted quickly, as career pathing is a passion at MediaRadar.
Odyssey Information Services is a complete IT Services firm offering consulting, recruiting, and professional and managed service projects since its founding in March 2000. The company is dedicated to serving clients locally and internationally with all of their business needs.
Employees at Odyssey feel more like a family than an organization, and they operate with an innate harmony both in and outside the office. The same folks who spend the day laughing and brainstorming business development ideas can be found after hours—still chuckling away—at local happy hours, Topgolf events, gym classes, and weekend road races. In addition, the company organizes team building events every quarter to keep spirits high and welcome new members to the group.
Lucid’s technology allows anyone—in any industry—to ask targeted audiences important questions, provide honest answers to researchers, and measure the effectiveness of digital advertising. With such diverse applications, the company offers jobs in a range of fields, from engineering to product to customer success. Lucid is growing rapidly, and is the perfect place for anyone who's naturally curious and ambitious to carve out their career.
Fostering the values of entrepreneurism and passion, Lucid is a place where everyone can—and is encouraged to—make an impact. With a transparent and supportive management structure, open access to even the highest-level executives, and a culture of personal initiative where employees are encouraged to grow with the business and take on new roles and skills, Lucid is a place where the driven can realize personal and professional potential without limitation.
CapTech is a national technology and management consulting firm that partners with some of the world's most successful companies to design, develop, and manage technical and digital solutions that delight customers, drive insights, and meet strategic objectives. CapTech has a passion for driving innovation and growth for its clients. Its collaborative approach delivers custom solutions that maximize the impact of client investments.
There are plenty of things that employees love about working for CapTech. But, one of the major ones? The company’s emphasis on servant leadership. “One of the great CapTech values is servant leadership. Instead of me having to ask people for help, I’ve had more people approach me and offer their services,” says CapTech’s Denver Market Director.
Founded in 2006 by a group of Stanford graduates seeking a simple way to keep up with their friends across a variety of social networks, Spokeo has since evolved into a massive resource of over 12 billion records across thousands of sources, serving an ever-growing user-base of over 18 million people.
With just over 200 employees, Spokeo is a small company that handles major challenges—with databases and storage capabilities similar to Facebook and Amazon’s cloud. This is a place where employees have the exciting opportunity to make an impact—with easy access to C-level executives in an open-floor office—and champion ideas from proposal to completion.
Founded in 1999, Financial Finesse’s financial wellness programs are changing lives and transforming organizations across the U.S. By providing people with objective financial guidance with no ulterior motive, the independent, employee-owned firm has helped more than 2.4 million employees in over 600 companies reduce financial stress, maximize benefits, and make wiser financial decisions.
Financial Finesse fosters a direct management style with lots of employee autonomy and candid communication. The company’s flat organization is driven by a team of entrepreneurial, fast-paced, collaborative, and intellectually curious self-starters who love to learn. Managers trust employees to lead projects responsibly and confidently—and to transform powerful ideas and feedback into outsized results. When it’s time to kick back? Relaxing rooftop celebrations with margaritas, sangria cocktails on Fridays, and kitchen cook-outs fit the bill.
AT&T is excited to announce the expansion of its entertainment and content services. The company is the largest provider of pay TV in the United States and is among the largest in the world. The company utilizes its broad media footprint and high-speed services to reach over 60 million locations to deliver primetime shows, sporting events, and movies to customers around the globe.
Employees at AT&T are given an immense amount of opportunities to pursue their calling and jumpstart their careers. AT&T offers staff the chance to rotate through many different aspects of the company, including engineering, marketing, and staff support. AT&T is also proud to have women in leadership roles from top to bottom, and continues to be an ardent supporter of female empowerment.
27. Living Spaces
Living Spaces’ quality furniture retail offerings meet everyone’s style and budget. A recognized leader in great home decor, design, and affordability, Living Spaces sells an impressive assortment of beautiful furniture and accessories, both in-store and online. With a growing list of locations across the country—and continued expansion into new markets—Living Spaces provides its customers with convenient, delightful furniture shopping experiences.
Committed to advancing the careers of its people, Living Spaces partners with new hires to plan successful professional roadmaps from day one. As the company transcends into new markets, employees become proficient and prepared to seize every opportunity offered by Living Spaces’ world-class training programs, mentorship, employee mobility, and promote-from-within policies.
Guidepoint is the expert in finding expertise. They connect institutional investors, corporate clients, and large consulting firms with industry experts for all of their research needs. The company offers young professionals a space to grow their careers in a fast-paced environment and learn about cutting-edge industries. Guidepoint itself is experiencing an exciting growth spurt and is avidly looking for new talent to join its ranks—the teams at each of its offices are tight-knit, positive crews who look forward to driving the company forward with equally hardworking new professionals.
Seeking out only the best talent, Guidepoint’s management places a great degree of trust in employees while always providing an open atmosphere where employees can learn, ask questions, and get the support they need. At Guidepoint, employees have access to numerous professional development opportunities, and management provides great preparation for new roles and advancement.
29. 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.
DMC Atlanta believes that collaboration is important at every level, especially between management and employees. Managers work alongside the team, helping everyone work harder and better together. This approach provides each member of the team the opportunity to learn how to lead—and to become great managers in their own right when the time comes.
30. Tory Burch
Launched in February 2004 with a boutique in New York City, Tory Burch is an American lifestyle brand encompassing ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories, watches, home, and fragrance. Today, Tory Burch is a global business with a presence in in more than 50 countries.
One thing Tory Burch employees never feel? Stuck. The company believes in encouraging and supporting employees—not limiting them. “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 one of the company’s Senior Industrial Engineers.
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TopicsCompany Roundup , Living Spaces , Lucid , Ahold Delhaize , First Western , True Value Company , Big Fish Games , CapTech , Convene , Blizzard Entertainment , Pager Duty , Spokeo , Tory Burch , MediaRadar , Newsela , WashREIT , Lever , Financial Finesse , DMC Atlanta , AT&T , Odyssey Information Services , Company Profiles , Finding a Job , Who's Hiring , HCSC , Goosehead Insurance , The Washington Post , CSAA Insurance Group , Asana , Dun & Bradstreet , Guidepoint , TransUnion
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