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Looking for a place where you can make your mark? Look no further. We’ve rounded up nine companies where women thrive, and they’re all hiring now! So read on, get inspired, and start your applications.

1. The Trade Desk

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The Trade Desk culture
Working at The Trade Desk

The Trade Desk is a global technology company that's changing how advertising is bought and sold. The company’s platform enables ad buyers to create highly personalized experiences across various channels—display, video, audio, native, and social—on computers, mobile devices, and connected TV. The Trade Desk offers unparalleled audience scale and reach, evaluating nearly nine million ad impressions and quadrillions of permutations across the internet every second. The power of their platform and expertise of their people puts The Trade Desk’s customers in a position to succeed.

Ask any employee why they joined The Trade Desk and company culture will inevitably be a part of each person’s answer. People are empowered to work alongside one another, learn from each other, and grow the organization as a group, which ultimately opens all kinds of doors for the future.

2. Lazard

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Lazard culture
Working at Lazard

Lazard, one of the world’s preeminent financial advisory and asset management firms, operates from 43 cities across 27 countries in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Central and South America. With origins dating to 1848, the firm provides advice on mergers and acquisitions, strategic matters, restructuring and capital structure, capital raising, and corporate finance, as well as asset management services to corporations, partnerships, institutions, governments, and individuals.

As a global company advising a diverse client set, Lazard knows it’s important to hire employees with different backgrounds, experiences, and mindsets. In this way, the firm ensures that the team encompasses many perspectives and is able to offer the most thoughtful advice and strategies. Through a dynamic environment of free thinking and open debate, the company keeps a constant edge over its competitors.

3. Sunrun

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Sunrun culture
Working at Sunrun

Sunrun is the nation’s leading home solar, battery storage, and energy services company. With a mission to create a planet run by the sun, Sunrun has led the industry since 2007 with its solar-as-a-service model, providing clean energy to households with little to no upfront cost and often at a savings compared to traditional electricity. Sunrun’s Brightbox home battery service manages household solar energy, battery storage, and utility power with smart inverter technology. The company designs, installs, finances, insures, monitors, and maintains the systems, while families receive predictable pricing for 20 years or more.

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.

4. Asana

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Asana culture
Working at Asana

Asana helps teams orchestrate their work, from small projects to strategic initiatives. More than 75,000 organizations and millions of users rely on Asana, including AirAsia, AllBirds, Grab, KLM Air France, Kohl’s, Sephora, Traveloka, and Viessmann. Asana has been named as the number one best workplace in the Bay Area by Fortune, and is one of Glassdoor’s and Inc.’s best places to work. With nine global offices, including its San Francisco headquarters and flagship offices in Dublin, New York, Sydney, and Tokyo, Asana is always looking for collaborative and mission-driven people to help them enable the world’s teams to work together effortlessly.

Asana gives its employees autonomy to manage individual work schedules, allowing all Asanas to have a life outside of their careers—and giving working parents free time to tend to family responsibilities. By placing an emphasis on passions instead of punching the clock, Asana enables its teams to work diligently yet flexibly at a healthy pace, supporting an enjoyable work-life balance without burn out.

5. Kendra Scott

Kendra Scott company profile
Kendra Scott culture
Working at Kendra Scott

Founded on family, fashion, and philanthropy, Kendra Scott believes that its employees and customers are the heart and soul of its brand and that giving back is the truest form of success. Kendra Scott's culture puts family first, constantly pushes the boundaries of fashion and design, and authentically values giving back and making a difference in the community. Those three pillars have become the foundation of its culture, and are what set the company apart. Kendra Scott offers an array of career opportunities at its Austin HQ as well as retail locations across the country.

Aside from a consistent aesthetic across all offices, Kendra Scott employees benefit from perks that have a much bigger impact than the in-house nail bar, jewelry discounts, and catered lunches. A strong family feel means employees have a home away from home—and it promotes healthy living through gym access, flexibility to raise a family, and a warm camaraderie built from Field Days and individual team events.

6. E*TRADE

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E*TRADE culture
Working at E*TRADE

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.

E*TRADE truly cares about its people, knowing that helping individual employees find the right role is key to the overall success of the organization. That's why team members stick around so long—they know their managers will help them transition up or across over time. With a clear process for internal transfers—applications, relaxed interviews, and clear feedback—it's easy for top performers to advance.

7. Etsy

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Etsy culture
Working at Etsy

Founded in 2005, Etsy operates markets that allow millions of people around the world to connect—both online and offline—to make, sell, and buy unique goods. Etsy’s global community of entrepreneurs, shoppers, manufacturers, and employees are the heart and soul of its business, and with more than 40 million listed items, Etsy has something for everyone.

As a company, Etsy strives to promote sustainability and responsibility. The impact of those values can reach far beyond its own business. Etsy's commitments to diversity and inclusion, team culture, and the spaces where it works all reflect the company's mission to keep commerce human.

8. Accolade

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Accolade culture
Working at Accolade

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.

9. Kroger

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Kroger culture
Working at Kroger

At The Kroger Family of Companies, their people are their strength. With diverse backgrounds and unique experiences, they tell a story that is all theirs—a story of friendliness, caring, teamwork, and freshness. Together, they Feed the Human Spirit of millions of hungry people every single day. People who are hungry for something that can make their lives healthier, easier, brighter, and a bit lighter. They’re hungry to feel good and do well. So whether they manufacture, market, stock, check, deliver, or manage, the company's 450,000+ associates try to make the customer experience as uplifting as possible.
The Kroger Family of Companies is redefining the way people shop for groceries by offering anything, anytime, anywhere, in their stores, at pickup lanes, or via automated delivery vehicles. Kroger isn't just a traditional grocery store. They're leading the way with the technology, talent, and rewards that provide every associate a career with promise.

The Kroger Family of Companies mean it when they say “come for a job, stay for a career”—after all, its CEO started as a Kroger courtesy clerk more than 40 years ago. The opportunity culture and commitment to development mean there is no singular career trajectory for associates. Its agile workforce collaborates across disciplines and geographies, allowing associates to explore new ways of working, and test the limits of a traditional career path.



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