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Want a Job That Lets You WFH? These Companies Offer Remote or Hybrid Work

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An Inside look at Intuit’s Mountain View, CA, office, as seen on The Muse.

It’s become quite clear that not everyone needs to go into an office to be productive in their job. Working from home has also given many of us flexibility unlike we’ve ever known—so it’s perfectly understandable to want to hold onto that type of schedule when seeking a new role.

The great news is that remote work is no longer a rare perk reserved only for certain businesses in select industries. In fact, all the employers on this list—which includes everything from Fortune 500 companies to early stage startups—have adopted a remote-first or hybrid approach. And the best part is they’re all hiring right now!

So whether you’re looking to work from home 100% of the time or want the flexibility to mix it up with a hybrid schedule, these companies may be just what you’re looking for.


Allstate company profile
Allstate  culture
Working at Allstate

We’re a global corporation and industry leader. As an employer, we believe that connection and belonging are essential to our employees’ ability to grow, learn, and lead meaningful lives. Whether you’re an intern just starting out on your career, or a lawyer, sales manager, or engineer—we want you to feel welcomed and excited to do work that matters—that helps make our collective good, great.

Allstate’s new workplace strategy, created based on employee feedback, is focused on providing greater flexibility in how, when, and where their team works, whether they are hybrid, home-based, or office-based. While only 20% of Allstate’s workforce worked from home pre-pandemic, under the new hybrid workforce, that number will permanently rise to 75%. The company is also implementing new ways of working that support seamless collaboration regardless of where you work.


Intuit company profile
Intuit  culture
Working at Intuit

Intuit is the global financial technology platform that powers prosperity for the people and communities we serve. With more than 100 million customers worldwide using TurboTax, Credit Karma, QuickBooks, and Mailchimp, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to prosper. Our strategy is to create an AI-driven expert platform that helps solve our customers’ most important financial challenges. By digitizing the financial services industry, we’re giving people the confidence they need to make the right decisions for themselves and their families.

Intuit’s ability to innovate for its 100 million customers around the world depends on its employees, and the company is committed to their health and safety. As Intuit reopens its offices, the company has adopted a hybrid work model where most employees will work on-site at Intuit offices two or three days a week. Some roles will allow for fully remote work. This hybrid work model will continue to evolve so that Intuit can effectively adapt to the needs of employees while continuing to deliver on its mission of powering prosperity around the world.


BlackLine company profile
BlackLine  culture
Working at BlackLine

Companies go to BlackLine because their traditional manual accounting processes are not sustainable. BlackLine helps them make the move to modern accounting by unifying their data and processes, automating repetitive work, and driving accountability through visibility. Leading companies like SiriusXM, The Hershey Company, and Domino’s trust BlackLine to deliver accurate results in a chaotic world. When someone joins the team at BlackLine, they become part of a unique and diverse organization that works hard, plays hard, and supports personal and professional growth.

BlackLiners believe that when creating a healthy workplace, it’s important to focus on what is best for all employees and the community around them. The company offers a hybrid and flexible work model that fits the needs of its business and the diverse needs of its employees.

Coleman Research

Coleman Research company profile
Coleman Research  culture
Working at Coleman Research

Coleman Research helps thousands of clients get answers to their most critical questions. Rather than spending hours reading research reports or traveling to meet people at conferences, Coleman Research connects clients directly with industry experts. They also facilitate custom surveys and moderated teleconference events, providing clients with additional ways to learn. As the company continues to grow, the relationships they’ve built with their clients, experts, and colleagues remain at the heart of the business.

Coleman Research is changing the way their team works and is taking the opportunity to attract diverse talent from a broader range of locations. The company’s hybrid work model offers Coleman employees a workspace wherever and however they work best. Whether it’s working at one of their five main office locations, one of 800-plus WeWork locations globally, or even from home, the company wants employees to feel like their workspace is flexible.


WeightWatchers company profile
WeightWatchers  culture
Working at WeightWatchers

WeightWatchers is a human-centric technology company powered by the world's leading commercial weight management program. For nearly six decades we have inspired millions of people to adopt healthy habits for real life. Through our comprehensive tools, expert Coaches, and community, members follow our proven, sustainable, science-based program focused on weight loss. To learn more about the WeightWatchers approach to healthy living, please visit For more information about our global business, visit our corporate website at

WW has always placed people and wellness at the center of its company. This past year, WW learned that employee-driven flexibility is the key to creating a work environment that supports each individual’s wellbeing. Work from Wherever (#WfW), WW’s new global work philosophy, embraces the future of work as human-centric by empowering its employees to shape when, where, and how they work best.


Clearlink company profile
Clearlink  culture
Working at Clearlink

Clearlink, a SYKES company, is an award-winning digital marketing, sales conversion, and technology company headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT. A trusted partner for Fortune 500 companies since 2003, Clearlink delivers intuitive, engaging experiences throughout the customer journey to connect consumers with its brand partners. The company’s people-focused culture has been recognized internationally for strong leadership, business growth, innovative employee initiatives, and corporate social responsibility.

Clearlink is a remote-first company. Formerly office-based, the company shifted its approach after working from home during the pandemic proved successful.


CrowdStrike company profile
CrowdStrike  culture
Working at CrowdStrike

CrowdStrike’s mission is to stop breaches. Their purpose is to provide safety and security to some of the world’s largest, most influential companies and, by extension, the billions of people around the world who use their services. The company’s culture is built on the principles of innovation, autonomy, flexibility, and trust, and they foster a diverse, inclusive, and supportive work environment that enables their people to push the boundaries of what’s possible. They draw on the collective experience and deep cultural diversity of their workforce to refine their business model—and upend it completely, if need be. As a purpose-built remote-first company, they believe that cultivating a connected culture for every employee, no matter where they are in the world, is a key ingredient in building a high-performing organization.


Jumio company profile
Jumio  culture
Working at Jumio

When you work for Jumio, you’re part of a global team striving for excellence, supporting one another, and having a good time along the way. With 11 offices across the world, Jumio offers a truly global culture that’s characterized by their shared IDEAL values: Integrity, Diversity, Empowerment, Accountability, and Leading Innovation.

Jumio provides people with the best of both worlds: They retain the agility of a new startup with the backing and budgets of a global market leader. It’s an environment with high levels of autonomy that offers accelerated career growth. Best of all, it’s a setting where one person can make a meaningful and visible difference to their career, the company’s success, and to the wider mission of eliminating identity fraud.

Jumio is founded on the principle of trust and that includes their work environment. The company empowers employees to either work from one of its modern offices or work remotely, depending on what makes sense for their role and individual needs. As a global company, everyone works as one Jumio, regardless of location.


Opendoor company profile
Opendoor  culture
Working at Opendoor

Founded in 2014, Opendoor’s mission is to empower everyone with the freedom to move. They believe the traditional real estate process is broken and their goal is simple: build a digital, end-to-end customer experience that makes buying and selling a home simple, certain, and fast. Transforming the real estate industry takes tenacity and dedication. It takes a tight knit community of teammates doing the best work of their lives, pushing one another to transform a complicated process into a simple one.

Whether you’re passionate about real estate, people, numbers, words, code, or strategy—Opendoor has a place for you.

Opendoor has a hybrid-remote workplace model to reflect the needs of its business and employees. Depending on the role, teammates can either be fully remote, flexible, or be based in an office. There is a thoughtful phased approach to re-opening Opendoor’s offices that prioritizes its team’s safety. The company is currently in the first phase of allowing volunteers back to the office in a limited capacity; it does not plan on fully opening its offices until the beginning of 2022 at the earliest.

Hachette Book Group

Hachette Book Group company profile
Hachette Book Group  culture
Working at Hachette Book Group

Hachette Book Group (HBG) is a leading U.S. trade publisher and a division of the third largest trade and educational book publisher in the world, Hachette Livre. HBG publishes great books for readers of all ages, more than 1,800 new books annually, in all formats—print, e-book, and audiobook—including many New York Times bestsellers. HBG is a dynamic place to work, a fast-paced and fun environment where new ideas in publishing are actively explored and encouraged. HBG is headquartered in New York City, with offices in Boston, MA; Lebanon, IN; Nashville, TN; Boulder, CO; Philadelphia, PA; Berkeley, CA; North Adams, MA; Chapel Hill, NC; and Portland, OR. HBG also owns Hachette Book Group Canada, Inc., a marketing and publicity company based in Toronto, ON.

HBG plans to return to its offices in a hybrid model in January 2022. Employees will be required to report to work in their respective office locations two fixed days per week (with the exception of those whose roles require full-time on-site presence). All employees must also be vaccinated to enter and work in HBG’s offices, and face coverings will be required. HBG will continue to review its policies as guidance about the COVID-19 pandemic evolves.

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.

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