Companies That Allow You To Work From Home

3.8 Stars

Accenture

Accenture does management consulting all over the world and grosses the most revenue of any consulting firm in the world. In 2014, they reported net revenues of $30 billion, and have approximately 323,000 employees from their clients based in 56 countries. As a corporation, they are widely known as a woman-friendly place to work, as five of their highest ranking officers are women. Accenture is big on helping their employees achieve work-life balance.

3.2 Stars

Adecco

Adecco is an industry leader in the realm of human resources consulting and has its headquarters in Switzerland. With over 5,000 branches in over 60 countries, they offer a wide variety of services, including temporary staffing, permanent placement, career transition, and more. Adecco is a Fortune 500 Global company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange. Adecco often has opportunities to work from home.

3.3 Stars

Aetna

One of the leading healthcare benefits companies in the world, and a member of the elite “Fortune 100,” Aetna emphasizes the value of work-life balance as one of the reasons to offer flexible work options. Over 48,000 employees help Aetna serve over 22 million medical members, 14.3 million dental members, and 13.8 million pharmacy members (as of June 20, 2013). Aetna led the telecommuting charge over the past decade as a “grass-roots effort to retain the skills of talented employees” who would otherwise have lost their jobs when multiple locations were consolidated.

3.7 Stars

Amazon

Amazon strives to be the world’s most customer-centric company, where people can buy virtually anything they need online. Having started out as an online bookstore, they expanded and diversified greatly over the years, and are currently sitting at #18 on the Fortune 500. Often times Amazon has work-from-home call center opportunities.

3.8 Stars

American Express

Best known for its credit cards, American Express is a major financial services company based in New York City. It is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most valuable brands and one of the world’s most admired brands by BusinessWeek and Fortune. Its 53,000+ employees have more to be thankful for, since American Express is also known as a company that allows telecommuting. This is true for a wide range of positions, ranging from call center jobs all the way up to corporate roles.

3.2 Stars

AmerisourceBergen

AmerisourceBergen is the leader in global pharmaceutical sourcing and distribution services, and handles about 20% of all the pharmaceuticals sold and distributed throughout the U.S. It currently sits at #12 on the Fortune 500. Some of their employment benefits include healthcare for associates and their families, paid time off, paid volunteer time off, life insurace & retirement benefits.

3.4 Stars

Anthem

Anthem was created when WellPoint Health Networks Inc. and Anthem Inc. merged in 2004 to become the nation’s leading health benefits company. They offer an outstanding benefits package, including 401K, employee stock purchase plan (ESPP), life insurance, career development, flexible work arrangements and more.

4.0 Stars

Apple

There’s a lot more to Apple than their popular products. Committed to recruiting and retaining “Apple people” who are passionate about their careers, they offer flexible and telecommuting options for many of their thousands of employees. One common job opening you’ll see at Apple is for At-home advisors.

3.5 Stars

AT&T

AT&T is a world leader in telecommunications, so it’s understandable that they appreciate the value of employing remote workers. They now have 30,000 workers who telecommute regularly, and this has allowed AT&T to close down a complex of offices, saving the company millions in real estate and other office expenses. AT&T is the largest provider of cellphones and landlines in the United States, and has over 100 million customers.

4.9 Stars

Automattic

Automattic is the company behind WordPress, and have developed popular WordPress plugins such as WooCommerce, JetPack, and Akismet. They believe in Open Source software, and the vast majority of their work is available under the General Public License (GPL). Everybody working with Automattic works from the location they choose. The employees are spread throughout the world, and as a result, are active 24/7. Once a year the entire company meets up for seven days so that “Automatticians can create bonds that influence them all year long.”

As stated on their homepage:

We are passionate about making the web a better place.

3.7 Stars

Brocade Communication Systems

Brocade is a major technology company based in California that specializes in networking hardware and software. It’s known as a corporation that is extremely fair to its employees, and has taken drastic steps—such as temporarily shutting down one of their entire plants—in order to avoid laying off any of their workers. With over 2 billion dollars in yearly revenue, Brocade is also a significant employer and has over 4,500 workers. Brocade also makes the list of best telecommuting companies, as 70% of their employees regularly work remotely. If you’re looking for an IT position, keep an eye on this company.

4.7 Stars

Buffer

Buffer was started in 2010 as a simple way to schedule tweets on Twitter. Today, they have over 4 million customers using their tool to manage their social media accounts. Buffer’s employees work wherever they choose, and have amazing benefits such as unlimited time off, retreats, family leave, health insurance covered at 100%, learning/development opportunities and more. Like many startups these days, they seem to value work-life balance and understand the importance of giving their employees freedom. Oh, and as far as their unlimited time-off policy, there is a ‘catch’ – to take the time you need to recharge!

3.8 Stars

Capital One

As one of America’s most popular financial institutions, Capital One is a major player in handling loans, credit cards, and banking. Capital One has also been growing at a fast pace in recent years, acquiring divisions from HSBC and ING Direct that have significantly increased the size of its operations.

3.5 Stars

Cigna

Cigna is a global health service company that traces its roots back to over 200 years, but became the well-known company back in 1982 with the merging of Connecticut General Corporation and INA Corporation. Cigna was ranked 90 on the 2015 Fortune 500 list and has assets of $57 billion. Many of Cigna’s work-at-home positions include nursing, IT, project management, and insurance-related opportunities.

3.9 Stars

Cisco

Cisco is a large multinational corporation based in San Jose, California that produces and distributes networking equipment. It’s also a perfect example of how both a company and its employees profit by turning to telecommuting. By allowing employees to work from home, Cisco has saved hundreds of millions of dollars. Cisco even uses its own product, Cisco Virtual Office (CVO) to help employees telecommute to work, which allows their average employee to work remotely over two days a week.

3.1 Stars

Citizens Bank

Citizens Bank is the 12th largest retail bank in the U.S., and delivers a wide array of financial services to over 5 million individuals, companies, not-for-profits, and institutions. As of 2016, they employed over 17,000 and had revenue of $5.25 billion. They pride themselves in having a diverse work culture. Some of the work-from-home positions you’ll see with Citizens Bank includes mortgage loan officers, SVP of contact center business solutions, .Net SQL developers and more. Oh, and their benefits package is amazing!

3.7 Stars

Clevertech

Clevertech has been building apps since 2000. Their headquarters is in New York city, but their team spans across the globe; embracing what it truly means to work remotely. Clients range from startups to Fortune 500. Some of the services Clevertech offers include iOS/Android app development, web applications/bespoke E-commerce, development team scaling, backend/cloud services, virtual reality applications and more. Clevertech is keen on leadership development. As stated on their site:

Show us leadership potential and we’ll include you in our leadership program.

3.8 Stars

Deloitte

Deloitte is the largest professional services network in the world, with over $32 billion dollars in revenue in 2013. It is based in New York City, and employs over 200,000 people, many of whom are located all over the world. Deloitte frequently ranks high on Fortune’s list of best companies to work for, and it has also topped the list of BusinessWeek’s list of best places to start your career. Its telecommuting record is extraordinary—over 85% of their workers do their jobs remotely on a regular basis, firmly placing Deloitte as one of the most telecommuting-friendly corporations around.

4.4 Stars

Google

The core of Google is undoubtedly its wildly popular search engine, which fulfills over one billion web searches every day. This makes Google the internet’s leading search engine by far, with roughly two-thirds of all internet searches processed by Google. It capitalizes off this tremendous amount of traffic through its advertising platform, Adwords, which provides the largest portion of its more than $10 billion in annual profits. Google also dominates other markets through its acquisitions, such as its famous purchase of the leading video-sharing site, YouTube.

3.4 Stars

HCA

Hospital Corporation of America is the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services, and is a company comprised of ~165 hospitals and 115 freestanding surgery centers. HCA employs ~204,000 people within the U.S. and U.K. HCA employs telecommuters for positions such as recruiting, coders, analysts, and many more.

3.4 Stars

Humana

Humana is a for-profit health insurance company that is currently ranked #52 on the Fortune 500 (as of 2016). You may have heard about them in the news recently, as there was the possibility of Aetna acquiring Humana. This merger was blocked by a judge in January 2017.

Humana is a believer in work-life balance:

We’ve made it our company’s mission to help people achieve lifelong well-being. And we define well-being much more broadly than physical health. It is also about emotional and spiritual health, purpose, belonging and security.

Many of the remote opportunities you’ll see offered by Humana include Information Technology (IT), Software, and Nursing/Healthcare.

3.5 Stars

IBM

With over 100 billion dollars in annual revenue, IBM is one of the most recognizable names when it comes to manufacturing hardware and software. Moreover, with over 400,000 employees, IBM plays an important role in determining the work culture for other tech companies. A vice president at IBM predicted that as much as one-fifth of their entire workforce would soon be working remotely.

3.7 Stars

Intel

The second largest bank in the world, and the single largest bank in the United States, JPMorgan Chase & Co is recognized around the world as a key international player in the financial sector. With assets totaling 2.5 trillion dollars—in large part due to its hedge fund, also the second largest in the country—it’s difficult to underestimate the impact that JPMorgan Chase & Co has on our economy. With almost 100 billion dollars in yearly revenue, it takes over 260,000 employees to keep this mammoth sized corporation thriving.

3.7 Stars

JPMorgan Chase & Co

The second largest bank in the world, and the single largest bank in the United States, JPMorgan Chase & Co is recognized around the world as a key international player in the financial sector. With assets totaling 2.5 trillion dollars—in large part due to its hedge fund, also the second largest in the country—it’s difficult to underestimate the impact that JPMorgan Chase & Co has on our economy. With almost 100 billion dollars in yearly revenue, it takes over 260,000 employees to keep this mammoth sized corporation thriving.

4.0 Stars

Mayo Clinic

The largest not-for-profit medical practice on the planet, Mayo Clinic has a well-deserved name in the health care industry. Founded in 1889, Mayo Clinic has an illustrious history of serving patients with dedicated care, and it is consistently ranked as one of the best hospitals to receive treatment. Additionally, Mayo Clinic performs a significant amount of medical research each year. Beyond its nearly 4,000 doctors on payroll, it takes a staff of 50,000 employees to keep Mayo Clinic functioning. It also happens to be an extremely employee-friendly working environment, earning the brand a fixed place on Fortune’s list of best companies to work for.

3.3 Stars

MetLife

MetLife is one of the world’s largest health insurance corporations, employing over 65,000 people, and is the single largest provider of life insurance in the United States. In total, MetLife provides services for over 90 million people spanning several dozen countries around the world. With over 50 billion dollars in annual revenue and subsidiaries based in countless locations, it takes a tremendous workforce to keep MetLife functioning.

4.0 Stars

Microsoft

Founded by Bill Gates almost 40 years ago, most of us associate Microsoft with its Windows operating systems which have propelled Microsoft to being one of the world’s most valuable corporations. In recent years, Microsoft has significantly expanded its operations and entered new markets with much fanfare, including through its purchase of Skype in 2011 for $8.5 billion. Although we tend to think of Microsoft as a one-man show, Microsoft has 100,000+ employees helping the company stay on top, earning $77 billion in yearly revenue.

3.8 Stars

MuleSoft

Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, MuleSoft is a company that provides integration software for connection applications, data-sources, and APIs, in the cloud or on the premises. MuleSoft’s AnyPoint platform is designed as an integrated set of individual products, and users can utilize part or all of the platform.

3.6 Stars

Nielsen

Nielsen is a global market research firm that provides data on what consumers watch and purchase. By providing crucial analytics, an organization can understand their audience better. Nielsen’s service can be a great investment for company marketing departments, as they’ll have a more tailored, targeted audience for which to market.

3.2 Stars

Pitney Bowes

Pitney Bowes is a business services corporation that specializes in shipping and packaging, and also manufactures essential hardware and software. Its research operations are closely related to the success of their brand, and they famously own thousands of patents for various new technologies. Although document services is generally seen as being on the decline, Pitney Bowes has invested billions in acquisitions that will ensure it maintains its relevancy in the future.

3.8 Stars

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Based in London, PricewaterhouseCoopers only trails Deloitte as the largest worldwide professional services firm. Their 2012 revenue exceeded $31 billion, and they are the fifth largest privately owned firm in the entire United States. Their employee track record is nearly perfect with minimal layoffs and a record of treating employees amicably when it comes to vacation time. Additionally, PricewaterhouseCoopers should definitely make the list of notable companies with remote jobs—the majority of their employees work remotely habitually.

3.9 Stars

Red Hat

Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of open source, enterprise IT solutions. Red Hat creates, maintains, and contributes to many open-source software products. Red Hat is the second largest contributor to the Linux Kernal version 4.5 after Intel. Some of their product lines include Linux platforms, Jboss Middleware, virtualization platform, cloud computing, storage, mobile platform and more.

3.7 Stars

Thomson Reuters

Based in New York City, Reuters is one of the world’s most recognizable brands in mass media. Take advantage of the opportunity to join their 60,000 employees working all around the world by applying for any of the several positions that are posted on SkipTheDrive, ranging from consultant positions to product designing.

3.3 Stars

UnitedHealth Group

Ranked at number 6 on Fortune’s list of the top 500 companies in the United States, it is the parent company of UnitedHealthcare, which is the largest health carrier in the country. More than just a single company, UnitedHealth Group represents several businesses, including UnitedHealthcare, Ovations, AmeriChoice, Ingenix, OptumHealth, and Prescription Solutions. It is a publicly traded company with over seventy million members across the country. It is also an employer of over 130,000 employees, nearly 20% of whom work the majority of the time from home.

3.5 Stars

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo is an American international banking and financial services company. It’s the world’s second largest bank by market capitalization. Some of the career benefits that their employees enjoy include paid time off, commuter benefits, adoption reimbursement, health plan, 401K and more. Wells Fargo is also committed to hiring and retaining military veterans, veterans with disabilities, and active military personnel.

2.6 Stars

Xerox

A brand so well-known its name is synonymous with making copies, Xerox employs over 140,000 people worldwide. Offering “simple solutions to a complex world,” they recruit top-tier professionals in a range of positions that may also be available for telecommuting, including project managers, graphic designers, and social media developers.

5.0 Stars

Zapier

Zapier is a fully remote, 100% distributed team specializing in app integration and workflow. See Zapier’s job listings here.