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Job Of The Week From Companies That Care

March 8th 2018

International Women's day is upon us! In 1909, 15,000 women marched through the streets of New York demanding improved pay, shorter hours and voting rights. At PowerToFly we're all marching together by pushing for inclusive workplaces that lead to gender equality. It's our mission to work only with companies who understand that workplace equality is achievable- look at OpenTable whose female CEO has pledged to fill her company with 50% women by 2020, and Dow Jones who hired a woman at nine months pregnant to lead their tech team. Check out a more expansive list of companies we think are making the working world a better place for women- better yet, follow them on PowerToFly and make your voice heard by following companies that care.


JOB OF THE WEEK: NBCUniversal - Cybersecurity Architect

Do you want to work for the world's leading media and entertainment company? Also, do you like these benefits?

  • Impressive benefits for you AND your partner - including same-sex partners!
  • Onsite medical and fitness centers - including stress and weight management programs.
  • Generous PTO and flexible work arrangements - good to have!
  • Leadership development and learning opportunities - help grow your career.
  • Exclusive movie screenings and Universal Parks & Resorts admission ticket discounts - did someone say free family vacation?!

BlackRock

Offering a 401(k) plan WITH matching!

Dow Jones

Finding a job after taking time off can be very difficult; a returnship program gives returning professionals an opportunity for a fresh start.

FTI Consulting

Their goal is to attract, hire, acquire, develop and, most importantly, retain the best and most talented people in the world.

Flatiron Health

They work hard to support a culture of learning and empathy, raising the bar with each new hire.

Managed By Q

Every Q employee is called an 'Operator' because they believe that when they work together, they can achieve their goals.

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