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The 20 Best Places to Work in Seattle, WA As Rated by the Women Who Work There (April 2020)

Our list of the most female-friendly employers in Seattle, WA is based on ratings and reviews from the women who work there.

InHerSight users rate their employers on 16 factors of female-friendliness, including paid time off, management opportunities, equal opportunities for women and men, the ability to work remotely, maternity and adoptive leave, flexible work hours, and more.

The companies on this list have ratings and reviews from at least 10 current or former employees as of April 1, 2020. Rate your company ›

The 20 best places to work in Seattle, WA

1. Palo Alto Networks

4.2 stars

Palo Alto Networks is a computer & network security company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for the people you work with (4.5 stars) and flexible work hours (4.5 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Palo Alto Networks:

"Palo Alto Networks is a great place to work. Not only do I feel deeply committed to the mission of protecting our digital way of life, the people, values, and environment are fa..."

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2. The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

4.2 stars

The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a management consulting company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 10000+ people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.6 stars) and equal opportunities for women and men (4.5 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for The Boston Consulting Group (BCG):

"A wonderful company. Lacks transparency and follow through on growth career. Not consistent work load through cohorts. Takes advantage of their good people."

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3. Castlight Health

4.1 stars

Castlight Health is a computer software company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 201 to 500 people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.8 stars) and paid time off (4.6 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Castlight Health:

"This is a wonderful, balanced & diverse company that is very focused on changing healthcare for the better. Lots of women in management, leadership & the board as well. Great be..."

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4. Zillow

4.1 stars

Zillow is an internet company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.9 stars) and paid time off (4.7 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Zillow:

"Really happy here! Love seeing how many females we have in senior leadership and how important that fact is to the company. I never feel like being a woman is even a thing here,..."

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5. RealSelf

4.1 stars

RealSelf is an internet company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 201 to 500 people. The company has its best ratings for wellness initiatives (4.6 stars) and social activities and environment (4.6 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for RealSelf:

"I feel valued as an employee, not just a number and that is KEY."

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6. Accolade, Inc.

4.1 stars

Accolade, Inc. is a health, wellness and fitness company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 501 to 1000 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (4.7 stars) and ability to telecommute (4.7 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Accolade, Inc.:

"While this growing company can of course use a few pointers to stay true to its overall culture as it progresses, at this point it is extremely female-friendly."

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7. Hilti

3.9 stars

Hilti is a construction company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (4.5 stars) and maternity and adoptive leave (4.5 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Hilti:

"The one pit fall is 4 weeks of training in Tulsa. I dont know how they expect single moms to accomplish this. You will deal with sexism on jobsites with customers but interna..."

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8. Facebook

3.9 stars

Facebook is an internet company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 10000+ people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.5 stars) and family growth support (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Facebook:

"I really think Facebook is leading the tech industry in terms of its commitment and progress so far towards more gender equality in the workplace. My direct manager, my manager'..."

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9. Salesforce

3.9 stars

Salesforce is an internet company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.5 stars) and paid time off (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Salesforce:

"Salesforce is unsurprisingly very female friendly, as one of our core values is equality. As long as they don't forget about that as they grow and expand it will continue to be ..."

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10. Ericsson

3.9 stars

Ericsson is a telecommunications company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 10000+ people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (4.4 stars) and ability to telecommute (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Ericsson:

"Ericsson has great commitment towards diversity and inclusion, including gender equality."

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11. lululemon athletica

3.9 stars

lululemon athletica is a retail company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for wellness initiatives (4.8 stars) and female representation in leadership (4.7 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for lululemon athletica:

"Wonderful company culture!"

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12. Concur

3.9 stars

Concur is a computer software company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (4.8 stars) and the people you work with (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Concur:

"Excellent company with great benefits and vacation. Management is knowledgeable and approachable. Plenty of room for advancement if you work hard and are open about career path...."

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13. GlaxoSmithKline

3.9 stars

GlaxoSmithKline is a pharmaceuticals company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for paid time off (4.4 stars) and the people you work with (4.2 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for GlaxoSmithKline:

"This is the best place I have ever worked, NO CONTEST. Management is absolutely wonderful and could not be more understanding and accommodating. Sick kid? Take the day off. O..."

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14. Edward Jones

3.8 stars

Edward Jones is a financial services company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for equal opportunities for women and men (4.3 stars) and maternity and adoptive leave (4.2 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Edward Jones:

"Great company for women. If you work hard, you will find success."

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15. Warby Parker

3.8 stars

Warby Parker is an apparel & fashion company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 201 to 500 people. The company has its best ratings for management opportunities (4.6 stars) and female representation in leadership (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Warby Parker:

"The company is perfect aside if low pay for support personnel "

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16. Google

3.8 stars

Google is an internet company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for wellness initiatives (4.3 stars) and maternity and adoptive leave (4.2 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Google:

"I worked as a stylist at the google backed startup, meet tailor. I enjoyed my work, but have rated according to what I feel could be improved and what I feel was already awesome..."

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17. Fidelity Investments

3.8 stars

Fidelity Investments is a financial services company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.5 stars) and wellness initiatives (4.2 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for Fidelity Investments:

"Fidelity does a great job of keeping women at the top, but not so good at keeping us in sales and management positions. Mid- and upper-level nanagement is mostly men. I also oft..."

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18. SAP

3.7 stars

SAP is a computer software company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for ability to telecommute (4.5 stars) and flexible work hours (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for SAP:

"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" ..."

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19. USAA

3.7 stars

USAA is a financial services company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 5001 to 10000 people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.4 stars) and wellness initiatives (4.4 stars).

Here’s what one woman writes about working for USAA:

"Great company in terms of how they treat their employees. Lots of added perks to being employed on the campus. Job growth is limited for many departments however, and the jobs c..."

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20. Symetra Financial

3.7 stars

Symetra Financial is an insurance company with locations in the Seattle, WA area, that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The company has its best ratings for maternity and adoptive leave (4.5 stars) and female representation in leadership (4.5 stars).

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Companies with ratings and reviews from at least 10 current or former US-based employees are eligible for this list. Company ratings accurate as of April 1, 2020.

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