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Job Hunting in North Carolina? Discover 10 Companies Women Love

And find out which ones are hiring right now

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This article is part of InHerSight's Partners in Diversity series. Discover companies partnering with InHerSight to better support women in the workplace.

Good news for the Tar Heel State! In 2020, North Carolina’s two largest hubs, Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham, were among the 15 cities with the highest number of hires and average open jobs in the country. That means, in addition to the state’s other venerable accolades—the third largest U.S. banking city, the country’s largest private residence, two highly contested barbecue styles, the filming location for both Dirty Dancing and The Last of the Mohicans, and, on average, 213 glorious sunny days a year—NC is also a place where people want to live and work. In fact, the state boasts about 110,000 new residents every year, the majority of them flocking to bank-centric Charlotte and the techie Triangle region.

Full disclosure: InHerSight is among those Triangle converts. We’ve been in Durham since 2015, and we love it. Clearly. But we also work with companies in our area or just down I-85 that offer stellar benefits amid these subjectively perfect lifestyle conditions.

These 10 InHerSight partners are based in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte, and more good news—they all want to move the needle for gender diversity.

Companies based in the Raleigh-Durham (Triangle) region

1. Adwerx

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

The People You Work With, Social Activities and Environment, Paid Time Off

About this partner

One of Adwerx’s core values is “We leave a positive wake,” meaning they “inspire teammates by working hard, staying humble, and making those around us shine.” You can see that spirit reflected in the company’s scores, where they’ve earned 4.0 stars for The People You Work With and 3.8 for Social Activities and Environment. The Durham-based firm spun out of ReverbNation in 2013 and has since been focused on providing digital marketing tools that are effective and accessible to everyone.

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2. Bandwidth

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Sense of Belonging, Wellness Initiatives, The People You Work With

About this partner

Located in Raleigh, Bandwidth makes products that power some of the most important communications technologies on the market, such as Google, Skype, and RingCentral, and they do it while receiving comments like this from employees: “Bandwidth is the best!! My authenticity is always welcomed, and leadership is extremely down to earth. I feel supported as a whole person.” They pride themselves on exploring new ideas and ensuring every voice on the team is heard.

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3. Crossrope

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Wellness Initiatives, Ability to Telecommute, Salary Satisfaction

About this partner

More than 250,000 people worldwide use Crossrope’s patented jump rope system and fitness app to achieve their wellness goals. (See their #1 metric. They’re good at what they do.) And with 61 percent of their employees being women, they’re impressively diverse for a company in the male-dominated health and fitness industry. Crossrope also invites employees to prioritize their health, offering benefits such as yoga and/or meditation, on-site fitness equipment/classes, and a financial wellness program.

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4. The Looma Project

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Ability to Telecommute, Employer Resources, The People You Work With

About this partner

The Looma Project, a marketing and advertising company, produces product videos for grocery stores to give certain goods that farmers market feel. Think: a short video showing how Josh wines come to fruition positioned next to the Josh wines display. We think this very satisfied rater explains the company’s culture best: “Looma needs to continue growing into all of these areas as an early-stage company, but I'm encouraged by the commitment leadership demonstrates toward creating a welcoming and equitable workplace.”

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5. New Kind

About this partner

New Kind is new to the InHerSight platform, so they don’t have ratings just yet. But what’s interesting about partnering with us during a pre-review period is that it shows a company is open to feedback employees and being transparent themselves—New Kind definitely is both of those things. A brand strategy and marketing firm that works with B2B tech companies, this org is 57 percent women and has 43 percent of leadership positions filled by women. 

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6. Pendo

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Paid Time Off (top company!), The People You Work With, Social Activities and Environment

About this partner

Pendo values your time. This Raleigh-based computer software company offers unlimited paid time off and gets 4.8 stars for PTO. They also have a super-flexible approach to managing your workflow: Take the time you need, and do what works for you. Three cheers for freedom, responsibility, and the ability to rework your workday when life gets hectic.

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7. TransLoc

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Paid Time Off, Flexible Work Hours, Social Activities and Environment

About this partner

TransLoc optimizes public transit to make today and tomorrow more mobile, equitable, and accessible. Given they’re speeding toward a brighter feature, it’s no surprise this is what one satisfied rater has to say about working at TransLoc: “Great people and a compelling mission—leadership is navigating a path forward at a fast pace so change is a constant.”

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Companies based in the Charlotte region

8. Brighthouse Financial

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

The People You Work With, Maternity and Adoptive Leave, Equal Opportunities for Women and Men

About this partner

With a perfect score for Ability to Telecommute since COVID-19 began in March, Brighthouse Financial is clearly a company that knows how to adapt. Need proof beyond the numbers? Check out what one very satisfied rater had to say about the org’s ability to shift with the times: “It's a collaborative, family-like atmosphere where people are more than just a number on a spreadsheet. When COVID forced everyone to work from home, the organization did everything possible to help us protect our health and safety.”

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9. Carewell

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Ability to Telecommute, Paid Time Off, Management Opportunities 

About this partner

Carewell’s origin story aligns with that of so many women. The founders were among the 20 percent of Americans acting as informal caregivers when they decided to start the organization, which helps independent caregivers navigate caregiving and find expert-vetted products more easily. Although Carewell scores most highly for metrics based in the Opportunity and Schedule & Flexibility categories, keep scrolling their ratings. They’ve got top marks across the board and rank #1 on our list of The 20 Best Health, Wellness and Fitness Companies to Work For.

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10. Lowe’s

Highest-rated InHerSight metrics

Support for Diversity, Paid Time Off, Equal Opportunities for Women and Men

About this partner

Did you know Lowe’s Home Improvement is headquartered just outside Charlotte, in Mooresville, North Carolina? This Fortune 500 company employs more than 300,000 associates in the United States and Canada, and they’re aiming to up their presence in the gender equity space. Here’s what one satisfied rater has to say about working for Lowe’s: “I spent 10 years working for Lowe’s, both in-store as an hourly employee and at the Corporate Offices. They have a wealth of advancement and educational opportunities available, and a large focus on employee wellness and engagement.”

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