Best Companies for Women 2020

These are the Top 100 highest-rated Companies for Women in 2020, according to anonymous feedback from female employees on Comparably.com over the past 12 months. This distinction is segmented into two ranked lists: Top 50 Large companies (more than 500 employees) and Top 50 Small/Mid-Size companies (500 employees or fewer). Methodology is outlined below the lists. For 2019 rankings, click here.

Rankings were determined based on a combination of questions in 20 core culture metrics, from compensation and leadership to work environment and professional development opportunities (in yes/no, true/false, 1-10 scale, and multiple-choice formats) – providing a comprehensive and accurate look at what it’s really like to work at these companies if you are a woman in the workplace.

Best Companies for Women (Large Companies)

1. HubSpot Cambridge, MA

2. Adobe San Jose, CA

3. Google Mountain View, CA

4. Bell Fort Worth, TX

5. CVS Health Woonsocket, RI

6. LexisNexis Legal & Professional New York, NY

7. LHC Group Lafayette, LA

8. RingCentral Belmont, CA

9. Northside Hospital Atlanta, GA

10. Insight Global Atlanta, GA

11. Facebook Menlo Park, CA

12. Microsoft Redmond, WA

13. Farmers Insurance Woodland Hills, CA

14. PRA Health Sciences Raleigh, NC

15. Vector Marketing Olean, NY

16. Concentrix Fremont, CA

17. Thomson Reuters Toronto, ON

18. TaskUs San Antonio, TX

19. Credit Karma San Francisco, CA

20. Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Boston, MA

21. Smartsheet Bellevue, WA

22. Zoom Video Communications San Jose, CA

23. IBM Armonk, NY

24. Sunrun San Francisco, CA

25. nCino Wilmington, NC

26. Chewy Dania Beach, FL

27. SBA Communications Boca Raton, FL

28. Sage Atlanta, GA

29. Chipotle Newport Beach, CA

30. LogMeIn Boston, MA

31. American Advisors Group Orange, CA

32. ZoomInfo Vancouver, WA

33. Peloton New York, NY

34. Sitecore San Francisco, CA

35. Vertafore Denver, CO

36. Starbucks Seattle, WA

37. Cornerstone OnDemand Santa Monica, CA

38. Nordic Consulting Partners Madison, WI

39. Medela McHenry, IL

40. Amazon Seattle, WA

41. Ambry Genetics Aliso Viejo, CA

42. DXC Technology Tysons Corner, VA

43. Brenntag Reading, PA

44. BambooHR Lindon, UT

45. Meltwater San Francisco, CA

46. Elsevier New York, NY

47. Stanley Black & Decker New Britain, CT

48. Textron Systems Providence, RI

49. Genesis10 New York, NY

50. Better.com New York, NY

Best Companies for Women (Small/Mid-Size Companies)

1. Pendo Raleigh, NC

2. AXIOS Arlington, VA

3. EQRx Cambridge, MA

4. APS Payroll Shreveport, LA

5. SalesLoft Atlanta, GA

6. OJO Labs Austin, TX

7. inDinero Portland, OR

8. Vena Solutions Toronto, ON

9. Fyber San Francisco, CA

10. Snyk Boston, MA

11. Upgrade San Francisco, CA

12. SmartBug Media All-Remote

13. Booksy San Francisco, CA

14. Mavenlink Irvine, CA

15. HomeLight San Francisco, CA

16. Lattice San Francisco, CA

17. DISQO Los Angeles, CA

18. Smule San Francisco, CA

19. HealthcareSource Woburn, MA

20. Hollister Staffing Boston, MA

21. Taulia San Francisco, CA

22. Branch Redwood City, CA

23. HopSkipDrive Los Angeles, CA

24. Onward Search Wilton, CT

25. Territory Foods Arlington, VA

26. OutboundEngine Austin, TX

27. Copper Mobile Dallas, TX’

28.  People.ai San Francisco, CA

29. Sitetracker Palo Alto, CA

30. Alyce Boston, MA

31. HIRECLOUT Los Angeles, CA

32. Globality Menlo Park, CA

33. Imprivata Lexington, MA

34. Eargo San Jose, CA

35. GoodRx Santa Monica, CA

36. Phaidon International New York, NY

37. Exponea Atlanta, GA

38. TeamDynamix Columbus, OH

39. Verisys Corporation South Jordan, UT

40. Contentstack San Francisco, CA

41. HG Insights Santa Barbara, CA

42. Osmosis Kaysville, UT

43. GoSite San Diego, CA

44. Better Place Forests San Francisco, CA

45. TripleLift New York, NY

46. Calendly Atlanta, GA

47, The RepTrak Company Boston, MA

48. Drift Boston, MA

49. ClearSale Miami, FL

50. Classy San Diego, CA

Methodology

  • This set of Comparably Awards are derived from sentiment ratings provided by female employees who anonymously rated their companies on Comparably.com during a 12-month period (December 1, 2019-December 1, 2020).
  • Rankings were determined based on a series of 50 questions in 20 core culture metrics, from compensation (salary, bonus, raises) and career growth (opportunities, mentorship, goals) to leadership (CEO, executives, direct managers) and work environment(work-life balance, perks & benefits, coworkers) in yes/no, true/false, 1-10 scale, and multiple-choice format – which provides a comprehensive and accurate representation of what it’s really like to work at companies if you are a woman in the workplace. The answer to each question was given a numerical score and then compared to companies of similar size across North America.
  • There were no fees or costs associated with participating, nor was nomination required. The final data set was compiled from 10 million ratings across 60,000 North American companies.
  • To qualify, Large companies (more than 500 employees) must have met a minimum of 75 employee participants and Small/Mid-Size companies (500 employees or fewer) needed a minimum of 25 employee participants. For fairness and statistical significance, additional weight was given to companies with more participation from their employee base.

About Comparably

Comparably (www.comparably.com) is a leading workplace culture and compensation monitoring site that provides the most comprehensive and accurate representation of what it’s like to work at companies. Employees can access salary data and anonymously rate their workplaces in 20 different culture categories, providing the public a transparent and in-depth look at the experiences workers have based on their gender, ethnicity, age, tenure, industry, location, and education. Since launching in 2016, Comparably has accumulated 10 million ratings from employees across 60,000 North American companies. It has become one of the most used SaaS solutions for employer branding and one of the most trusted third party sites for salary and workplace culture data. For highly-cited workplace culture and compensation studies, including Comparably’s annual Workplace Culture Awards: www.comparably.com/news.

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