Remote and hybrid work are becoming a standard practices in most fields and have created a new generation of telecommuters who are no longer the exception to the rule, they are the rule. Regular telecommuting grew 216% between 2005 and 2019, according to Global Workplace Analytics and millennials are beginning to choose flexible jobs over salary.

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Industries that were previously thought to only exist as in-person roles like nursing, personal assistants, and teaching, have joined the virtual revolution using remote technology to connect people around the world. 

With The Great Resignation looming in all industries, you may be looking for a new solution for hybrid, remote, or flexible work. If you're looking for a work-from-home job, here are some of the best remote companies to work for.

Top remote companies hiring now

These companies are fully remote, meaning all employees work from home or from shared workspaces. Remote companies typically host employee retreats and encourage video conferencing to help connect telecommuters with their virtual coworkers. Here are a few places where you can launch your remote work career:

  1. Automattic: Software makers responsible for WordPress, WooCommerce, and more.
  1. Zapier: An app that integrates more than 1,500 apps to automate workflows.
  1. InVision: A digital product design platform to help companies perfect user experience.
  1. GitHub: A developing platform to host and review code and work with over 36 million developers.
  1. Aha!: Product roadmap software for product managers and marketers.
  1. ConvertKit: A simple email marketing software.
  1. Clevertech: Helping businesses create innovative technology.
  1. Trakstar Hire (fmly Recruiterbox): Applicant tracking software for recruiting.
  1. Hubstaff: Time tracking software for teams.
  1. Articulate: E-learning apps.
  1. Ghost: An open-source publishing platform.
  1. How-To Geek: Explaining technology.
  1. Doist: Creating tools for a more simplified life.
  1. Frontastic: A frontend management platform.
  1. Octane AI: A Facebook Messenger and SMS platform for Shopify brands.
  1. Sketch: A digital design toolkit.
  1. Toptal: An exclusive network of the top freelance talent.

Top hybrid companies hiring now

Companies that allow remote work usually have a headquarters (or multiple offices) where some employees work, while others work from home. This leads to hybrid teams— teams where some employees are in the office and others tune in using a video conferencing camera.

  1. Shopify: All-in-one commerce platform.
  1. CafeMedia: Connects publishers with engaged audiences.
  1. Trello: Forecasting and analytics tool for growing businesses.
  1. Amazon: Online shopping, streaming, and subscription service.
  1. UnitedHealth Group: Digital healthcare company providing clinical care both in-person and via telecommuting employees.
  1. Intuit: Makers of QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Mint.
  1. TranscribeMe: Transcription software converting audio files into text.
  1. CVS Health: A health and wellness company.
  1. HubSpot: Marketing, sales, and service software to help businesses grow.
  1. VMWare: Cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology.
  1. Amgen: Biotechnology company.
  1. Stryker: Medical technology and innovation.
  1. Humana: All-in-one health insurance.
  1. Cisco: IT, cybersecurity, and network infrastructure company.
  1. American Express: Financial services company.
  1. Glassdoor: Employer review and job posting website.
  1. Litmus: Email marketing testing software.
  1. Slack: A team communication platform.
  1. Zoom: A video conferencing solution.
  1. Elastic: A suite of products to search and analyze data.
  1. Equitable: A financial services company.
  1. Cognosante: A health information technology company.


Why do workers prefer remote and hybrid work?

In 2021, nearly 70% of full-time US workers had worked remotely. These employees got used to a new standard of working that let them set their own boundaries and decide when, where, and how they wanted to work. Of those who returned to the office, 57% of employees prefer working from home full-time.

Remote, hybrid, and flexible work options give employees the freedom to:

  • Live where they want
  • Spend more time with their family
  • Better manage work-life conflict
  • Be less stressed

What makes a workplace a great place to work? Workers are overworked, tired, and don’t feel trusted. It’s up to employers to provide the flexibility their workforce needs in order to continue thriving, whether the company is fully remote or not.

Take it from us - we’ve been a distributed company for years. We pride ourselves in taking care of our employees and making work better for all. That may be why we’ve been one of “Inc’s Best Workplaces” three years in a row. We have remained committed to keeping everyone connected, both personally and professionally, through a variety of events and initiatives that encourage conversation, cross-team collaboration, and “magic” moments. 

With an emerging workforce of digital natives, the workplace has changed. Remote work opens the door to those who may not have had access to certain roles in their physical location, those with disabilities, and those in areas without a booming economy. It also allows companies to be open 24/7 to offer support. If you've been considering a role with more flexibility and autonomy, try exploring some of these remote and flexible jobs.

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