Google may be ranked one of the top companies to work for, but we’ll challenge that by providing you with 12 equally awesome options.
Just how awesome are they? We’ve thought of everything—from companies that offer unlimited vacation to companies with beer on tap and discounts on gym memberships and home buying to companies that are working on the coolest products and making a huge impact in the world.
You know what? Now that we think about it, these companies might even be cooler than Google (sorry, Google). And the icing on this beautiful job cake: They’re all hiring right now.
Dropbox’s mission is to simplify the way people work together. With more than 400 million users around the world, the team at Dropbox is building the world’s simplest, most powerful collaboration platform.
It’s a pretty spectacular mission—and its effects go beyond file storage. Take, for example, how Dropbox tools were able to help Children’s Memorial Hospital with its fundraising efforts. Plus, the Dropbox team is extremely inclusive, with engineers experiencing cross-product collaboration that encourages them to learn from one another.
And, the company keeps its employees happy with many perks, including a café and bar that offers gourmet meals, generous PTO and VTO (volunteer time off), and plenty of on-site amenities that make it easier for you to deal with life stuff.
Meaningful and exciting work plus a great team plus some awesome perks? Sign us up.
2. Peloton Cycle
Peloton Cycle has invented the ultimate bike to satisfy all of your workout needs. Peloton’s users can live stream studio cycling classes while simultaneously tracking their progress, giving customers the instruction, motivation, and sense of community needed to achieve their fitness goals—without leaving their homes!
The company is part of an incredibly demanding market—home fitness—and sees its product exploding even into commercial gyms and internationally. And the team is growing like crazy right now, so hop on soon.
“The environment is really productive: We have access to all the imaginable tools we need. The people are dedicated, driven, and devoted both to their immediate work and to the product and company as a whole. A general atmosphere of openness and the ping-pong table are the icing on the cake,” summarizes Tatyana Shchensek-Nechiporuk, an engineer.