A flexible work schedule could improve your work/life balance. Here's what flex work has done for me and 250 companies offering flex work right now!

250 Companies That Could Improve Your Work/Life Balance with Flex Work

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Could a flexible work schedule help balance your work demands with your personal life? It just might.

To help you decide I’m sharing info on #NationalFlexDay, what flex work has done for me and my business, and Flexjob.com’s top 250 companies who have offered the most amount of flexible jobs since 2013.  Skip to the end if you want to check out the companies!

What #NationalFlexDay Is All About

In October the business world celebrated #NationalFlexDay.  You see four years ago, Working Mother magazine declared that every third Tuesday in October the business world should celebrate and talk about flexible work.  Sara Sutton, CEO of FlexJobs, calls it TRaD which stands for all the different types of flexible work such as Telecommuting, Remote work, and Distributed scheduled work.

So on National Flex Day you see big promotions around the net about allowing people to work where and when they can work their best.  It’s also an opportunity for you to research work flex and compare it to what your schedule is like now.

What Flexible Work Has Meant To Me

There was another big thing that happened to me in October.  I celebrated my fifth year of being in business!  It’s taken many audacious moves to support working moms.  We are not an easy bunch to say, “help!”  But for those that have, I’m extremely thankful that they’ve let me into their lives to help them out.  If it wasn’t for my work flexibility I doubt I could be helping working moms as much as I am.

Work flexibility has allowed me to get out the trenches of Corporate America.  This has allowed me to be more flexible when scheduling sessions with working moms.  My work flexibility has allowed me to be more creative in my writing because working rigid stressful hours in my previous IT roles suffocated it.  I am able to be more social and happier which can be contagious when talking with working moms or it can come out in my writing.  Work flexibility has freed me to be the best at what I do.  I can’t wait to see where the next five years take me.

How to Find Work/Life Balance Through Flexible Work

One of the best solutions to work/life balance can be a flexible work schedule.  But this solution is unique to every working mom.  Her career and professional values are unique and her family’s needs are as well.  So instead of jumping into the assumption that  flex work is right for you I invite you to begin a journey.

With flexible work comes big life challenges.  Some you can anticipate others you can’t.  To begin this journey, envision your next career move with a flexible work schedule.  If you can’t imagine it, how will you bring it about?

Think about how it would be to start your day, how the kids would behave and what their send-off would look like (because even if you have flexible work you’ll need child care so you can truly work).  Next, envision your home office or what your next office would look like.  Last, think about how your day would end.  Then keep playing that vision on repeat in your mind. Let the details get more and more vivid so that when you look back you’ll think, “It’s just what I imagined.”

How To Research If Flex Work Is What You Need

Now it’s time to research how you can “lean in” and have work flexibility.  Start with Remote.co, a site that educates companies how to implement work flexibility.  They are launching a Q&A site for remote workers to share how they work remotely.  Here’s my site with my story to help with your research.

Next, check out FlexJobs’s blog to learn more about work flexibility, job searching, work/life balance, and the research they’ve done both with companies and people like you.

Last, talk to people in your network who have a flexible work schedule.  How did they make that happen?  What obstacles did they overcome?  Last, ask if you can reach out again if you run into any challenges.

FlexJobs.com’s List of Their Top 250 Companies

FlexJobs analyzed 40,000 companies who have posted TRaD work on their site since 2013.  Then the posted the top 250 companies with the most amount of flex job postings.  If your research proved that a flexible work schedule would work for you then check out this list.

Here’s what you’ll see when you click on one of the companies below. The links will bring you to the company overview page on FlexJobs.com. When you scroll down you will see a list of the company’s job openings. To view the job’s details you will need to purchase a subscription. View this investment as insurance that this job search will be scam-free. I have a membership and you should, too.
I recommend FlexJobs.com as a great resource for TRaD work, with thousands of opportunities posted regularly. They are a membership-based, subscription jobs site that I trust and they guarantee all their listings to be scam-free.  Here are FlexJobs.com’s top 250 companies (wow, that’s a lot!) who are looking for people to work a flexible schedule.
What are you waiting for? No more excuses! Start clicking to find your ideal flexible work schedule! And if you need help or have questions about FlexJobs.com e-mail lizzy@lizzymc.com.
  1. Kelly Services
  2. Robert Half International
  3. IBM
  4. Dell
  5. AT&T
  6. Kaplan
  7. UnitedHealth Group
  8. Aetna
  9. Allina Health
  10. Carolinas HealthCare System
  11. Providence Health & Services
  12. Wells Fargo
  13. Westat
  14. CyberCoders
  15. Humana
  16. Day & Zimmerman
  17. U.S. Department of Agriculture
  18. CACI International
  19. Creative Group
  20. Xerox
  21. K12
  22. Kaiser Permanente
  23. Aquent
  24. Sutter Health
  25. Randstad
  26. Lifespan
  27. Anthem, Inc.
  28. Allergan
  29. Advantage Solutions
  30. Lifetime Fitness
  31. TEKsystems
  32. Henry Ford Health System
  33. Salesforce
  34. BOSS Group
  35. PeaceHealth
  36. G6 Hospitality
  37. Fastenal
  38. McLaren Health Care
  39. Connections Education
  40. PNC
  41. Adecco
  42. Nielsen
  43. Verizon
  44. Panera Bread
  45. Razorfish
  46. Real Staffing
  47. About.com
  48. First Data
  49. Aon
  50. HealthEast
  51. Ajilon
  52. Ettain Group
  53. Macy’s
  54. Spectrum Health
  55. Swedish Medical Center
  56. U.S. Department of the Interior
  58. CompuCom Systems
  59. RetailData
  60. McKesson Corporation
  61. Planet Pharma
  62. A Place for Mom
  63. Catholic Health Initiatives
  64. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  65. CSI Companies
  66. PPD – Pharmaceutical Product Development
  67. Adobe
  68. Apple
  69. SecureWorks
  70. Bon Secours Health System
  71. CVS Health
  72. Almost Family
  73. HCA – Hospital Corporation of America
  74. Cintas
  75. On-Board Companies
  76. American Red Cross
  77. Berlitz
  78. IT Pros
  79. California State University
  80. Presence Health
  81. American Express
  82. RWJBarnabas Health
  83. Horizontal Integration
  84. Crawford & Company
  85. Edmentum
  86. U.S. Department of Transportation
  87. Infor
  88. Hilton Worldwide
  89. American Heart Association
  90. Red Hat
  91. Kforce
  92. Vivint
  93. Hire Counsel
  94. Walden University
  95. Creative Circle
  96. BCD Travel
  97. Cleveland Clinic
  98. Innovar Group
  99. Dignity Health
  100. Paladin
  101. Oracle
  102. Judge Group
  103. Syndicatebleu
  104. Grand Canyon University
  105. nThrive
  106. Citizens Bank
  107. Intuit
  108. Aerotek
  109. Gannett
  110. SAP
  111. Group Health
  112. Aureus Group
  113. Workbridge Associates
  114. Corporate Brokers
  115. ExecuSearch
  116. Hartford Financial Services Group
  117. Accounting Principals
  118. Sodexo
  119. Community Health Systems – CHS
  120. CSRA
  121. Cigna
  122. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  123. DeVry Education Group
  124. Addison Group
  125. WellStar Health System
  126. Christiana Care
  127. 3M
  128. ics – Infinity Consulting Solutions
  129. Interstate Hotels & Resorts
  130. Worldpay
  131. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
  132. Michael Page
  133. Compass Group
  134. PricewaterhouseCoopers
  135. Western Governors University
  136. VMware
  137. Banner Health
  138. Realogy
  139. Indiana University
  140. ManpowerGroup
  141. Perficient
  142. Inova Health Systems
  143. General Electric – GE
  144. Altegra Health
  145. Modis
  146. Kroger Company
  147. Science Applications International Corporation – SAIC
  148. Advanced Clinical
  149. HealthPartners
  150. Penn State University
  151. WellSpan Health
  152. HCR ManorCare
  153. Mayo Clinic
  154. 24 Seven
  155. Texas Health Resources
  156. Symantec
  157. WinterWyman
  158. Syracuse University
  159. Computer Futures
  160. Erie Insurance Group
  161. University of Utah Health Care
  162. Kindred Healthcare
  163. Pearson
  164. Catapult Learning
  165. Ellucian
  166. FlexProfessionals
  167. Comerica Bank
  168. Stanford University
  169. MultiCare
  170. Kronos
  171. YMCA
  172. Florida Hospital
  173. Hollister
  174. Scholastic
  175. Leidos
  176. Special Counsel
  177. Lee Enterprises
  178. University of Maryland University College
  179. Teleflex
  180. ACI Group
  181. Covance
  182. Nordstrom
  183. Deloitte
  184. Johns Hopkins University
  185. AppleOne
  186. Northside Hospital
  187. ICF International
  188. Sungard Availability Services
  189. MarketSource
  190. Fresenius Medical Care
  191. hibu
  192. Principle Solutions Group
  193. Hired by Matrix
  194. LanguageLine Solutions
  195. Regus
  196. Northwell Health
  197. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
  198. Centura Health
  199. Artisan Creative
  200. Filter Digital
  201. CIOX Health
  202. Overland Solutions
  203. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  204. Parallon
  205. Intermountain Healthcare
  206. AmerisourceBergen Corporation
  207. Tenet Healthcare
  208. US-Reports
  209. Activision Blizzard
  210. State of Montana
  211. Taproot Foundation
  212. Keiser University
  213. Sinclair Broadcast Group
  214. IDEXX Laboratories
  215. TSYS
  216. EXOS
  217. Bethesda Health
  218. Whole Foods Market
  219. DataStax
  220. Stericycle
  221. Vail Resorts
  222. MEDNAX
  223. Autodesk
  224. inVentiv Health
  225. CBS Radio
  226. Novitex
  227. Raytheon
  228. BMC Software
  229. TNTP – The New Teacher Project
  230. Deluxe
  231. Walt Disney Company
  232. Haynes & Company
  233. Universal Health Services – UHS
  234. University of Miami
  235. Motorola
  236. Rosetta Stone
  237. iHeartMedia
  238. Dell (formerly EMC)
  239. Rose International
  240. University of California, Berkeley – UCB
  241. Youth Advocate Program – YAP
  242. Creative Niche
  243. Pitney Bowes
  244. Appirio
  245. Teach For America
  246. OtterBase
  247. Hanover Insurance Group
  248. Kore1
  249. Meridian Health
  250. Tetra Tech



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Liz McGrory

Liz is a work/life sway strategist helping stressed out working mom better manage their quadruple workload of self, family, home and career. You can also check her out on TheSpurce.com as their working mom expert and on The Maven Clinic as one of their career coaches.

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