Calling all NYC ladies! We’re giving you some extra fuel to help you save time as you job search (and because being stuck in a job search rut is pretty much the worst). These 18 companies care a whole lot about bringing more women onto their teams — and they’re hiring like crazy our favorite city!
Among the top companies rated by Fairygodboss users, PwC is looking for women to fill positions in tax, IT, technology consulting, management consulting, M&A, and more. "It is a great company for women who are looking to grow in their careers,” says an employee. “The firm is committed to an inclusive work environment and are continuing to help break the glass ceiling for women in leadership."
At Allied Universal, women who work there know they’re equipping customers with smarter security solutions and, ultimately, with peace of mind. This important company is hiring in the New York area for a variety of roles — from security officers to operations managers.
DTCC, a financial services consulting and asset management firm, is headquartered in New York and is hiring in many capacities. They offer a variety of initiatives for female employees, including an Advancing Women Leaders program focused on helping women to develop their leadership capabilities.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has a mission everyone can get behind: curing cancer. And they’re hiring a ton (yes, even in non-clinical roles)! "If you are looking for a supportive and team orientated environment, you should consider working at MSKCC," one employee says.
Accenture has been rated among Fairygodboss users as one of the top companies for women, one of whom says it’s a “great place to work for every woman. Certainly, consider this great employer." The leading global professional services company provides a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations to clients in more than 120 countries. Working at the intersection of business and technology, Accenture helps clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders.
Consulting firm Protiviti hires women across the United States, including in New York. And those women love their employee experience. They call Protiviti "a supportive culture" with "initiatives in place that are designed specifically for women."
Salesforce, a company employees say is “a great place to work and very supportive of women’s equality,” has been called one of the World's Most Innovative Companies according to Forbes, and one of Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For eight years running. Plus, they’re hiring like mad.
Dow Jones produces leading publications and products, including the flagship Wall Street Journal, America's largest newspaper by paid circulation; Factiva; Barron's; and MarketWatch. "Go for it,” one employee advises. “It's a great place to work for a woman (or man for that matter!)"
Employees say West Monroe is “very open company that is built on creating future leaders” — and the consulting firm is pretty passionate about bringing more women onto their team!
ZS is hiring in a variety of consulting roles, and employees are not shy about their love for the company. “I have always felt very supported at ZS and love that they truly stick to their values. I think they provide a great work-life balance and opportunities for career advancement,” one says. Another loves that “ZS is full of smart, humble, and kind people which you cannot say for many companies. They also take the time to specifically support women through programs like the Women's Leadership Initiative.”
Fairygodboss users consider PepsiCo one of the best companies for women; they say “your career and your time is yours to manage” and that the work is “challenging but rewarding.”
OnDeck is a fintech company known for its commitment to teamwork and fun. Women say it has a “great maternity leave policy, very relaxed vacation/work from home policy,” and is a “passionate” place to work with “great culture.”
Tech company GameChanger is looking to fill a variety of technology roles, including development and design roles. The women there love it's flexibility, family-friendly culture and investment in employee development. Plus, its New York location makes it a win-win.
Johnson & Johnson is devoted to advancing the health and well-being of not only its customers, but its employees as well. "This is a great place to be,” one woman writes about working at J&J. “Women raise other women up."
Women at Cisco, a worldwide leader in IT, call it a "great place for women in STEM." As one FGB'er put it, leadership here believes in diversity and inculsion "without it feeling like a forced HR initiative" — and they're putting their money where their mouth is with awesome benefits, including gender-neutral paid parental leave, to prove it. Even better? They're currently hiring all over the country!
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