Spend more time with friends and family. Leave work on time to make it to the gym. Take all of your vacation days. If any of these statements sound like your new year’s resolutions, you need to re-evaluate your job’s work-life balance. Being able to juggle the demands of work as well as the comfort of living a fulfilling life should be your goal. And there are plenty of companies who want to help you do that.
Whether they are offering benefits like generous PTO or onsite fitness classes, or an employer trains managers to nurture the individual and not just the employee, more companies are making tangible investments in helping teammembers achieve work-life balance. Here are 10 that are hiring now and would love to help top talent keep all of their 2018 resolutions. Apply now!
US Department of Veterans Affairs
Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.5/5
Hiring For: Social Worker, Registered Nurse, Physician, Chief Nurse Over Geriatrics and Extended Care, Chief Medical Officer, Nurse Practitioner, Emergency Department Nurse, Speech Language Pathologist, Psychiatrist & more.
What Employees Say: “There are a good number of pros at the department of veterans affairs such as the Benefits, Paid holidays, and pay. The Veterans are also a pleasure to work with.” —Current Therapist
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0/5
Hiring For: Product Marketing Team Lead, Technical Recruiter, Business Operations, Sales Leader, Executive Assistant, Software Engineer, New Business Associate, Strategic Business Development, Security Operations & more.
What Employees Say: “Friendly, hard-working, passionate team working on interesting problems. Team commitment to improving state of financial services.” —Former Platform Engineer
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.2/5
Hiring For: Senior Data Scientist, Senior Software Engineer, Lead DevOps Engineer, Senior Technical Recruiter, Senior Manager of Analytics, Financial Analyst, Director of Design, Director of Product Marketing, Customer Enablement Manager & more.
What Employees Say: “Great culture for growing a career. More than anything, people aren’t judgmental. Be yourself and no one will give you a hard time. Managers have your back. You never feel like anyone is looking over your shoulder. You can expect to be promoted every 12 months if you’re doing well and the managers like you.” —Current Account Executive
Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.4/5
Hiring For: General Ledger Accountant, Java Developer, Demand Planning Analyst, IT Manager, Operations Manager, Contract Administrator, Business Process Integration Manager & more.
What Employees Say: “Great culture, good benefits, great work-life balance.” —Former Senior Marketing Coordinator
Plow & Hearth
Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.5/5
Hiring For: Retail Sales Associate, Retail Store Supervisor, Content Writer, Senior Product Safety and Compliance Analyst, Training and Development Supervisor & more.
What Employees Say: “Most coworkers, supervisors/managers are very nice. The employee discount is great! Very nice store to work in. Small, I know everyone who works at the store.” —Current Seasonal Sales Associate
ABC Supply Co.
Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.9/5
Hiring For: Inside Sales Representative, Manager In Training, Truck Driver, Delivery Material Handler, Software Engineer, Administrative Assistant, Certified Crane Operator, Warehouse Lead, Tile Administrator & more.
What Employees Say: “Joining ABC Supply was the best decision of my career. I am provided with professional development opportunities and variety in my work. I work with great people who want to work together to advance our company. The company’s mission and purpose resonates with me.” —Current Employee
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.5/5
Hiring For: Freelance Writer, Personal Finance Writer, Customer Service Representative, Investment Analyst, Business Lead, Full-Stack Developer, Editor, Software Developer, 2018 Summer Internship & more.
What Employees Say: “Several years after I left I still regard my time at The Fool fondly. Some of the smartest, kindest, and most fun people I have ever known worked there. I learned so much about business, company culture and leadership. I use those skills every day, even years later.” —Former Employee
Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.6/5
Hiring For: Gas Appliance Technician, Operations Assistant, Lead Business & Business Analyst, Senior Accountant, Senior Business Analyst, Litigation Secretary, Compensation Advisor, Portfolio Manager & more.
What Employees Say: “Internal mobility; provide you with open opportunities to change your position or group. Military style family oriented culture. Strong support of veterans and community awareness; prioritize safety and doing the right thing (morally).” —Current Engineer
Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.5/5
Hiring For: Digital Project Manager, Client Finance Manager, Media Relations Supervisor, Public Relations Director, PR Account Supervisor, Paid Graduate Graphic Design Internship, Director of Social Media, Executive Director of Healthcare & more.
What Employees Say: “I’ve worked at Golin for 3 years and have been at other places. This agency has a heart and soul unlike others. Golin culture is about treating us with respect and trust. One example includes giving us unlimited time off and work from anywhere solutions. We’re trusted to get our jobs done and take the time off we need to replenish. Management and supervisors seem to genuinely care about their employees and go out of their way to check in and encourage two-way dialogue. I think our junior employees give the office a lot of life and energy. It’s a fun and career-building place to be.” —Current Employee
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.3/5
Hiring For: Recruiting Manager, Senior Manager of Software Engineering, Sales Planner, MBA Product Intern, Immigration Program Specialist, Principal Product Manager, Business Recruiter, Agent Performance Consultant & more.
What Employees Say: “The biggest thing that sets Zillow apart from other places I’ve worked and from where many of my friends work is the people. Zillow has a very open and friendly environment that encourages collaboration and growth. It isn’t just your coworkers though. Management from your direct management to group managers and even VPs are invested in you personally. They care about what you’re working on. They care about what you want to work on. They care about making sure you aren’t working too much. That you are happy in your position and team. They care about your career development. There is a lot of support from all sides and no issue will go unaddressed.” —Current Software Engineer