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Companies That Care

Better Jobs With Companies That Care - March 30, 2017

We live in a complicated world, to say the least. But that’s exactly why it’s now more important than ever to band together and fight for what’s right. Whether you’re struggling through a project at the office, wondering how you’re going to make it home on time to get the family’s dinner ready, or dealing with the usual drama, we’re here to help. Our companies that care can give you peace of mind, so apply away, today!


FEATURED COMPANY THAT CARES: APPLE

Yes, Apple. The company that produces the very technology you probably interact with daily is hiring! Apple personifies the qualities we look for in companies that care. Whether it’s maternity leave, adoption assistance, their student refinancing program or product discounts, their benefits are bound to fit your lifestyle and then some.

FEATURED JOBS

Viacom Inc. - Sr. Software Engineer, Frontend - Warsaw, Poland

Viacom Inc. - Software Test Engineer - New York, NY

Viacom Inc. - Director, Applications Operations - New York, NY

Apple - Instructional Designer - Santa Clara, CA

Apple - Sales Planning Lead, U.S. Consumer - Santa Clara, CA

Help Scout - Software Test Engineer - Remote

Amazon - Sr. Software Development Engineer, Amazon Channels - London, UK

OnDeck Capital, Inc. - Director, Product Management - New York, NY

AdRoll - Machine Learning Software Engineer - San Francisco, CA

Thrive Global - Technical Project Manager - New York, NY

For even more jobs from companies that care, check out our jobs page.

Career Advice

Growing Your Career in Technical Support: 4 Tips for Getting Hired at Elastic from Support Director Heidi Sager

Heidi Sager loves math, but she also loves working with people.

She always has, which is why she enjoyed her part-time job working at the IT department of the University of Colorado while she was studying electrical engineering. (She'd started in computer science, but explains that it "wasn't for her" and switched her major.) She helped students and professors with word processors, basic programming, and software checkout, and took a full-time job after graduation as a UNIX system administrator.

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Career Advice

3 Women, 7 Lessons: What These Relativity Leaders Learned in 2020

Working at Relativity—the global tech company that equips legal and compliance professionals with a powerful data-organizing and discovery platform—looked different in 2020. The highly collaborative environment of their Chicago headquarters transitioned to a virtual setting, and just like companies around the country, Relativity adapted their goals and major projects to a completely remote environment.

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For Employers

8 (Virtual) Diversity Conferences to Attend in 2021

As you set your personal and professional priorities for 2021, is a diversity and inclusion conference on your agenda? If not, it should be—particularly after 2020's pandemic and racial reckoning have brought D&I issues to the forefront for many.
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Career Advice

Finding Her Sport: Being Part of the Team in a Startup Environment

A Conversation with Vouch's Lead Designer Carrie Phillips

Carrie Phillips was working at a healthcare startup when she connected with one of Vouch Insurance's founders, a friend of a friend from university. The idea he and his cofounder were working on: a way to solve the business insurance problem, piqued her interest. "I was pretty familiar with how broken insurance was," says Carrie, who was interested in the mission, as well as the chance to be their first full-time hire and help build the product from the ground up.
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