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185 of the Best Companies for Remote Work in 2022

Flexibility is queen

Woman working for a remote company
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By now, many of us are aware of the myriad benefits of remote work. Higher productivity, greater work-life balance, scheduling flexibility, and cost savings are all evident at companies that offer remote work. 

Cali Williams Yost, a leading authority on flexible workplace trends, explains that remote work should be for everyone now: “Telecommuting, one of many forms of work-life flexibility, should no longer be viewed as a nice-to-have, optional perk mostly used by working moms. These common stereotypes don’t match reality—allowing employees to work remotely is a core business strategy today…We need to de-parent, de-gender, and de-age the perception of the flexible worker.”

Almost 80 percent of women tell InHerSight they want to continue working remotely either part or full time after the pandemic, and a 2021 Future Forum survey revealed that 73 percent of workers weren’t happy with their level of flexibility during the pandemic. Job seekers are now looking for companies that prioritize flexible and remote work, which is why we’re using our data to help women find the best remote companies. 

The data below is based on companies with 10+ ratings for InHerSight’s Ability to Telecommute metric since March 2020, when many companies began mass remote work because of the pandemic. Although the data doesn’t tell us some of the nitty-gritty—whether a company is fully remote or hybrid, or whether the organization will remain remote—it does reveal how successfully a company has supported remote work through the pandemic. Take a look at these best remote companies, and click through to their InHerSight profiles to explore their ratings or see if they’re hiring.

Read more: 14 Companies with Effective Remote Work Cultures

16 of the best remote companies with 5.0-star reviews

  1. Alley Interactive

Information technology company Alley Interactive’s 60-plus team members are distributed across the U.S. and North and South America, so they’re no strangers to promoting flexible hours and remote work. On their InHerSight benefits page, they say, “As long as you are supporting your team, when you work is up to you so that you can reduce stress and have space for your commitments at home.” Plus, if you miss working in an office, they’ll even pay for a co-working space for you.

  1. Buzzer

Sports app Buzzer comes in at #1 on our Best Companies for Ability to Telecommute list, boasting a fully remote team across 35 cities and four time zones. In addition to holding a perfect 5.0-star rating for Ability to Telecommute, they offer unlimited PTO, 32 hours per year to volunteer in your community, and three additional PTO days each year to take time for yourself to rest and recharge.

  1. Carewell

Carewell, rated #1 on our Best Health, Wellness and Fitness Companies to Work For list, is a Charlotte-based, women-led e-commerce company with a mission to improve the lives of caregivers and their loved ones. Because they place such emphasis on supporting independent caregivers, it comes as no surprise that they’ve earned a perfect average rating for Ability to Telecommute during the pandemic.

One employee speaks to the culture of putting employees’ needs first: “Carewell doesn't just say they're dedicated to putting people first - they do it with absolutely every action, from hiring practices and diversity initiatives to encouraging employees to take mental health days and being truly transparent.” 

  1. Codecademy

Codecademy is a hybrid e-learning company with a distributed workforce headquartered in New York City. Because they’re committed to empowering their teams to continue to learn, grow, and make an impact on the world around them, they recognize that offering remote work is a huge way to support employees in their careers and personal lives. 

Read more: Considering a Hybrid Work Model? Plan the Shift Around These 4 Factors

  1. Givebutter

Givebutter is a free fundraising platform, and the entire company is fully remote, spanning 21 different states and five countries. In addition to encouraging employees to work from anywhere they can get Wi-Fi access, the company offers 15 paid vacation days and two extra paid days off for employees to celebrate meaningful holidays, milestones, or life events that aren’t included in their list of federal holidays.

  1. InfoTrust

InfoTrust works with global brands to optimize the collection, management, and understanding of their digital marketing data. They offer remote work, flexible work, and a no-questions-asked open PTO policy, helping employees feel valued and able to complete their work with autonomy.

In 2022, one satisfied parent said, “InfoTrust has proven to be an excellent company for team members with children. When my son was born last summer, my manager encouraged (I'd go as far as insisted) that I take the full 12-week paid paternal leave. Flexible hours, unlimited PTO, fully-paid medical, vision, and dental for myself and kids, and the ability to work from home all make InfoTrust a great place for parents.”


Number one on our Best Insurance Companies to Work For list, INSHUR is on a mission to change the way customers buy and feel about insurance, for good. As one of the fastest-growing and commercially proven Insurtech companies in the new insurance landscape, INSHUR’s leadership team has made remote work a priority. 

Here’s what one woman writes about working for INSHUR: "INSHUR is very supportive of all its employees both at work and outside of work. They truly follow the company values. I feel very fortunate to be working here!"

  1. Octane AI

Octane AI is helping brands build deep relationships with their customers and personalize the shopping experience. The fully remote martech company employs team members in over 12 countries and actively encourages new employees to work from wherever they want. An added plus? In addition to unlimited, paid vacation, they’ll also pay you when you take your first week-long vacation each year—a paid-paid vacation. VP of product Megan Berry says, "Octane AI is a great place to be a working mom. We have a culture that values productivity over face-time and the flexibility working parents need."

Read more: The Case for Unlimited Paid Time Off & How to Make It Work

  1. helps teams predict the business impact of weather, streamline team communication and action plans, improve productivity, and optimize profit margins. On the company’s InHerSight profile, they explain their philosophy on remote and flexible work: “We believe that magic happens when people work together. Together also includes Zoom meetings, flexible hours and unlimited vacation days. Your success is achieved by your impact and deliveries and not by the hours you put in.”

  1. Avtex

Avtex is working hard to create a culture that promotes teamwork, creativity, and an effective balance between work and the life outside of it. The information technology and services company is #2 on our Best Companies for Ability to Telecommute list, and they promise to ensure employees have everything they need in order to stay productive while working remotely.

  1. Schaeffer's Investment Research

Number one on our list of Best Financial Services Companies to Work For, Schaeffer’s Investment Research is a Cincinnati-based publisher of stock and options trading recommendations. On top of remote work and hybrid roles, the company offers benefits like subsidized mental health support, tuition reimbursement, and plenty of social activities. 

One employee raves, “In a male-dominated industry, Schaeffer's has a ton of female leadership and leadership opportunities and works hard to ensure that any normally under-served groups do not feel that way at SIR. I am proud to work here.”

Read more: The 50 Best Companies to Work For

  1. SADA

Information technology company SADA has landed itself on a whopping 17 of InHerSight’s best companies lists and has a near-perfect 4.9 star rating overall. They offer remote work plus…unlimited PTO, paid parental leave, a professional development reimbursement program, as well as Google Certified training programs. They’re hiring for several remote roles and conduct all onboarding remotely.

  1. Robin Powered

True to its time, Robin Powered is accelerating the world's transition to flexible work by connecting companies to the tools and skills needed to adopt a flexible workplace. The workplace management platform has perfect and near perfect scores for all of our Schedule & Flexibility metrics (Flexible Work Hours, Ability to Telecommute, and Paid Time Off), and say, “...if COVID-19 has taught us one thing, it’s that the ‘opt-out’ office is now ‘opt-in.’ And offices need to earn their employees.”

  1. Waymark

Waymark is on a mission to make great video accessible to everyone—by building powerful, intuitive products that make video easy. They’re based in Detroit, Michigan, but are remote-friendly, and their benefits page even says, “The author of this page is currently working on the beach in Honduras :)” They also offer unlimited paid time off with a recommended 25 days minimum. 

Read more: The ‘Great Resignation’ Is Happening. These Are Realistic Ways to Negotiate Permanent Remote Work.

  1. Walker Advertising

Marketing company Walker Advertising earns a perfect 5.0 rating for Ability to Telecommute. According to their benefits page, they “offer unmatched technical support with laptops shipped to all home offices.”

One satisfied rater raved about the company’s remote work policy: “The people at Walker are some of the nicest I have ever worked with and there is a real commitment from the exec team to live our values. But more than anything, and after a year of punishingly long days at my last job, I am most appreciative of the commitment to permanent remote work and the flexibility to really be able to show up for both my family and my job.”

  1. Avail

Ranked #1 on our Best Leisure, Travel & Tourism Companies to Work For list, Avail is a car sharing service company seeking to make shared transportation safe, simple, and affordable. In order to get their best work done, they allow flexible working options and frequent remote work. 

Take it from this satisfied employee: “Avail genuinely is a great place to work - the company has built an inclusive culture, across gender, sexual orientation, age and ethnicity across all levels in the organization and not just on paper but in practice…At Avail, everyone has a seat at the table, it’s a good place for females (and others!) to learn, take risks, contribute meaningfully to the success of a growing mobility platform and advance their careers, while properly balancing life’s other commitments in the post-pandemic era.”

Read more: Hello, Flexibility: The 23 Best Jobs for Work-Life Balance

169 other best remote companies

  1. Databricks

  2. Nitro, Inc


  4. Expel, Inc

  5. Amplified IT

  6. Chainalysis

  7. Esusu

  8. Wesley Financial Group, LLC

  9. UKG

  10. Dots

  11. VIPKID

  12. Basis Technologies

  13. SAP

  14. Boats Group

  15. 2020 Companies

  16. Hazel Analytics

  17. Boomi

  18. Cisco

  19. iFIT

  20. Radancy

  21. Watkins Wellness

  22. SofterWare Inc.

  23. Penn Interactive Ventures

  24. STORD

  25. THRIVE Pet Healthcare

  26. Datadog

  27. Nasdaq

  28. CBE Companies

  29. NetApp

  30. eClerx

  31. Toast, Inc

  32. Markforged

  33. Veeam

  34. Kemper

  35. Dell Technologies

  36. Brach Eichler LLC

  37. 2U

  38. Pearson

  39. Life.Church

  40. DoorDash

  41. PwC

  42. Progressive Insurance

  43. Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories

  44. Strategic Wealth Designers

  45. Milhouse Engineering & Construction

  46. ZeroFox

  47. Columbia Distributing

  48. TTEC

  49. Red Hat

  50. Booz Allen Hamilton

  51. Stitch Fix

  52. Los Alamos National Laboratory

  53. UnitedHealth Group

  54. LinkedIn

  55. American Express

  56. KLAS Research

  57. Southern New Hampshire University

  58. Intuit

  59. RSM US LLP

  60. FCR

  61. Humana

  62. Optum (a UnitedHealthcare Group Company)

  63. Ursa Major

  64. Liberty Mutual Insurance

  65. Aetna

  66. Unum

  67. Medtronic

  68. MAXIMUS, Inc

  69. General Electric (GE)

  70. AIG

  71. Keller Williams Realty, Inc

  72. Mesilla Valley Transportation

  73. Siemens Healthineers

  74. MetLife

  75. TMX Finance Family of Companies

  76. Fidelity Investments


  78. Fernbrook Family Center

  79. Pendo

  80. IBM

  81. Discover Financial Services

  82. AbbVie

  83. Intel

  84. Cigna

  85. Johnson & Johnson

  86. Anthem, Inc.

  87. Deloitte

  88. Black Hills Energy

  89. Travelers

  90. Salesforce

  91. Microsoft

  92. KPMG

  93. Capital One

  94. Purdue University

  95. Harvard University

  96. International Rescue Committee

  97. Sykes Enterprises, Inc

  98. Madwire®

  99. University of Colorado Boulder

  100. Accenture

  101. Allbirds

  102. Gannett

  103. New York Life Insurance Company

  104. EY (Ernst & Young)

  105. Kelly Services

  106. USAA

  107. Citi

  108. Shipt

  109. Marsh & McLennan Companies

  110. Aflac

  111. General Mills

  112. Google

  113. North Carolina State University

  114. ADP

  115. Cox Communications

  116. Meta

  117. Oracle

  118. Concentrix

  119. Edward Jones

  120. US Department of State

  121. Lockheed Martin

  122. Cerner Corporation

  123. Sitel

  124. BNY Mellon

  125. Expedia Group

  126. iHeartMedia Inc.

  127. Quicken Loans

  128. BASF

  129. Sedgwick

  130. Cardinal Health

  131. Cognizant Technology Solutions

  132. SmileDirectClub

  133. Raytheon

  134. Allstate Insurance

  135. Exemplar

  136. U.S. Census Bureau

  137. Farmers Insurance Group

  138. Johnson Controls

  139. 3M

  140. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

  141. The University of Texas at Austin

  142. Live Nation

  143. Wayfair

  144. Paychex

  145. Ecolab

  146. Uber Technologies, Inc

  147. L3Harris

  148. Nissan North America

  149. Samsung

  150. Fiserv

  151. Northrop Grumman

  152. University of Michigan

  153. Lyft

  154. L'Oréal

  155. Malouf

  156. BAE Systems

  157. Gartner

  158. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company

  159. McKesson

  160. Goldman Sachs

  161. Stryker

  162. CBRE

  163. CenturyLink

  164. Alorica

  165. AmeriCorps

  166. The University of Georgia

  167. Northwestern Mutual

  168. Zimmer Biomet

  169. Boeing

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