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51 Companies That Offer Telecommuting Jobs

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Telecommuting is an increasingly popular work arrangement for those looking for the flexibility to travel, work from home, or even both. It’s also one of the top job perks that working mothers want.

Eight million people work from home in the United States, that’s about 5.2 percent of the American workforce, and forty-three percent of the workforce say they have spent at least some time working remotely. Gallup reports that the ability to telecommute and have a flexible schedule consistently plays a major role in a worker’s decision to take or leave a job. There’s also data to suggest that working remotely, at least part of the time, creates more engaged, more productive, and happier employees.

We dug into our data to identify the companies where workers most highly rate their ability to telecommute.

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51 companies that offer telecommuting jobs

1. Ultimate Software

This company 4.9 stars for ability to telecommute, plus 4.8 stars for both paid time off and great coworkers. Ultimate Software also takes the number-one spot on InHerSight's list of the 50 best places to work.

2. Disruptor Beam

In addition to 4.8 stars for telecommuting, Disruptor Beam also gets great marks for paid time off and flexible work hours.

3. HubSpot

HubSpot's best scores include, 4.8 stars for the ability to telecommute, paid time off, and flexible work hours.

4. Connections Education

In addition to 4.7 stars for ability to telecommute, this education management company gets 4.7 stars for female representation in leadership, paid time off, and equal opportunities for women and men—many of the top predictors of women's overall job satisfaction.

5. Greenhouse Software, Inc.

This New York–Based software company gets a perfect 5.0-star rating for paid time off, 4.9 stars for flexible work hours and for social activities and environment, 4.8 stars for great coworkers and for maternity and adoptive leave, and 4.6 stars for ability to telecommute.

6. Neighborhoods.com

Neighborhoods.com gets its top scores for PTO, flexible work hours, and great, respectful coworkers, three of the top four things working women want most at work. This company gets 4.7 stars for telecommuting.

7. Western Governors University

WGU gets its top rating, 4.6 stars, for the ability to telecommute.

8. Cielo Talent

Cielo gets a strong 4.5-star rating for the ability to telecommute and for management opportunities.

9. Sprinklr

Informational technology and services company Sprinklr, based in Austin, Texas, get 4.5 stars for the ability to telecommute.

10. Cisco

Computer networking company Cisco gets a strong 4.4 stars for the ability to telecommute.

11. Ericsson

Telecom company Ericsson get 4.4 stars for the ability to telecommute, and it makes InHerSight's list of the best companies to work for in Los Angeles.

Here's what one reviewer says about working for Ericsson: 

Ericsson is a great company to work for. People are friendly and support is always at hand when you need it. I am very proud to work at Ericsson.

12. NetSuite

NetSuite gets a stand-out 4.7-star rating for employer responsiveness, and it gets 4.4 stars for the ability to telecommute.

13. Salesforce

This company gets 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute. Salesforce also made InHerSight's 2019 list of the top 20 companies where women are most satisfied with their pay.

14. SAP

Women who work at SAP give the company 4.4 stars for the ability to telecommute. Here's what one woman writes about working here: 

I haven't had to use parental leave, but my understanding is that it's pretty good. I love the diversity at SAP, and the fact that they've been offering "domestic partnership" benefits since long before same-sex marriage was legalized, even though I don't personally need those benefits. Also, I work 95% remotely, which allows me to juggle my personal responsibilities with my work responsibilities. I'd like to see more women in top-level executive positions, though.

15. Sterling-Rice Group

Marketing and advertising firm Sterling-Rice Group gets 4.4 stars for ability to telecommute. Here's what one very satisfied rater writes about her experience:

In the last 5 plus years the organization has transformed into a family friendly work environment where I feel like I can be awesome at work and be active in my kids' lives. It's amazing to get this at a place where I also love the work I do!

16. teleNetwork

teleNetwork gets its very best ratings—4.4 stars—for the ability to telecommute. They also get solid scores for great coworkers, flexible work hours, and equal opportunities for women and men, three of the top four things early career women want most from their employers.

17. Amrock

Real estate company Amrock gets 4.3 stars for the ability to telecommute from the women who work there. 

18. Cars.com

4.3 stars for ability to telecommute. Here's what one remote employee writes about working for this company:

I work remotely for Cars.com out of my home and am very supported by my manager and colleagues, especially as a woman pregnant for the first time and I feel supported by the corporation as a whole. I love working for Cars.com.

19. Kaplan Test Prep

Kaplan gets 4.4 stars for the ability to telecommute. Here's what one woman writes about working here: 

I’m filling this out mostly because the other day, I was struck by the number of strong, intelligent women I have the privilege to work for and with every day. Most of the leadership roles in my department are held by women, which is such an amazing thing.

20. Rapid Response Monitoring

In addition to 4.3 stars for the ability to telecommute, Rapid Response Monitoring gets a stand-out 4.7-star rating for employer responsiveness and 4.6 for learning opportunities.

21. State Street Corporation

Women who work at State Street give their employer 4.3 stars for paid time off, 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute, and 4.1 stars for maternity and adoptive leave. 

22. The Advisory Board Company

The Advisory Board Company gets strong scores for paid time off, flexible work hours, great coworkers, and the ability to telecommute, four of the top five things working mothers want at work.

23. Varsity Tutors

Women who work at Varsity Tutors give this employer its best ratings for the ability to telecommute.

24. Avanade

Information tech and services company Avanade gets 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute, 4.0 stars for flexible work hours, and 3.9 for great, respectful coworkers.

25. Concur

Software company Concur gets 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute.

26. Etsy

Brooklyn-based Etsy gets excellent scores for maternity and adoptive leave, PTO, family growth support, social activities and environment, management opportunities, and the ability to telecommute.

27. Evolent Health

Evolent Health gets 4.3 stars for the ability to telecommute.

28. Manicube

In addition to 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute, customer services company Manicube gets a stand-out 4.9-star rating for female representation in leadership, 4.7 stars for management opportunities, and another 4.7 for equal opportunities for women and men. 

29. MITRE

MITRE 4.5 stars for the ability to telecommute and for paid time off. 

30. Palo Alto Networks

Highly rated Palo Alto Networks gets 4.1 stars for ability to telecommute. Here's what one remote employee writes about working there: 

Palo Alto Networks is inclusive to all women at offices and remote workers. As a remote manager, it is important to understand all the events, opportunities and benefits that are available so I can keep up and pass them on when needed.

31. Trimble

Women who work at Trimble give their employer 4.1 stars for ability to telecommute.

32. VMware

Computer software company VMware gets 4.4 stars. for PTO, 4.4 stats for maternity and adoptive leave, and 4.2 stars for ability to telecommute.

33. Weebly

Weebly gets a perfect score for social activities and environment, 4.8 stars for great coworkers, 4.7 stars for wellness initiatives and for paid time off. Employees give this company 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute.

34. Workfront

Workfront get 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute. Here's what one early career woman writes about working at Workfront:

They're an awesome company to work for. Seriously never worked at a company with a better company "personality."

35. Aflac

Supplemental insurance company Aflac gets 4.0 stars for the ability to telecommute.

36. Assurant Speciality Property

Women who work at insurance company Assurant give their employer 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute.

37. Autodesk

Women who work at Autodesk gets 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute and for paid time off.

38. Dell Technologies

Household name Dell gets its best employee ratings for paid time off, the ability to telecommute, wellness initiatives, and great coworkers,

39. Eventbrite

San Francisco–based Eventbrite gets a near-perfect 4.8 stars for maternity and adoptive leave, female representation in leadership, and family growth support. It gets 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute.

40. eviCore healthcare (formerly careCore National)

This company gets its very best rating for the ability to telecommute—4.0 stars.

41. MailChimp

MailChimp gets 4.8 stars for maternity leave, 4.7 stars for learning opportunities, 4.7 stars for family growth support, 4.7 stars for social activities and environment, and 4.2 stars for the ability to telecommute.

4.1 stars for ability to telecommute

42. McGraw-Hill Education

McGraw-Hill gets 4.0 stars for the ability to telecommute.

43. Merkle

Merkle, a Maryland-based marketing and advertising company gets 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute, 4.0 stars for paid time off, and 3.2 stars for great coworkers.

44. Principal Financial Group

This financial services company gets top ratings for family support and career opportunities factors. Wome who work here give the company 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute.

45. Procore Technologies

Women who work at Procore Technologies give their employer 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute.

46. The Motley Fool

The Fool gets its top scores for wellness initiatives, PTO, maternity and adoptive leave, and flexible work hours. It gets 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute.

47. Vacasa

This hospitality company gets 4.1 stars for the ability to telecommute and for great, supportive coworkers.

48. Arcadis

Arcadis is a large civil engineering firm based in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. It gets its top scores for the ability to telecommute, flexible work hours, and paid time off.

49. CA Technologies

In addition to 4.0 stars for the ability to telecommute, CA Technologies gets a near-perfect 4.9 stars for its PTO policy, 4.8 for family growth support, and 4.7 stars for maternity and adoptive leave.

50. CUNA Mutual Group

CUNA gets 3.9 stars for ability to telecommute and flexible work hours.

51. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

This government agency gets top scores for paid time off, female representation in leadership, and ability to telecommute.

Need a job that lets you telecommute?

We can help you find a company that supports this and your other personal and professional priorities. Check out InHerSight’s job match tool to find a job that offers remote work options and more.

Methodology

Companies with ratings from at least 20 current or former employees were eligible for this list. Data accurate as of March 27, 2020.

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By Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza

Content Strategist, InHerSight

Emily is on staff at InHerSight where she writes about data and women's rights. 

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