#GirlsClub created the list of the “Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work” to recognize and celebrate the most female friendly employers that are leading the charge in equality and who are focused on supporting women in the workplace.
Companies were nominated based on the following criteria:
- Offer flexible work schedules and work-life balance
- Have great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers
- Offer ongoing professional development training
- Have an executive team that’s intentional about increasing female leadership
- Are focused on hiring more women and advancing them into leadership roles
- Promote equal pay for women and equality in the workplace
- Are leading the charge on their diversity and inclusion efforts
Overall, here’s where our top 25 companies ranked the highest when it comes to supporting women at work:
of the top 25 companies offer flexible work schedules and work-life balance
of the top 25 companies are leading the charge in their diversity and inclusion efforts
of the top 25 companies promote equal pay for women and equality in the workplace
of the top 25 companies are focused on hiring more women and advancing them into leadership roles
*Voters were able to choose multiple categories for the company they nominated.
Over 100 companies were nominated and 1000+ votes were cast.
Congratulations to the
“Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work”!
89% of voters said that KnowBe4 offers great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers.
“It is imperative for organizations to understand the importance of diversity. For a technology company to have such emphasis years ago, with 50% of the staff being female, it really let me know that I can grow and thrive here. KnowBe4 also gave me the opportunity to mentor and support women by being on the board for the Women in Technology employee resource group. We all are behind a common goal of empowering women by encouraging creativity, fostering growth, and providing resources for professional development. It has been my mission to take what KnowBe4 instilled in me by working with women to move up into leadership positions. The pattern is then continued by these women empowering other women which grows the overall diversity in leadership in the organization.”
85% of voters said that Outreach offers flexible work schedules and great work-life balance.
“The thing that makes Outreach stand out is that from the top-down and bottom-up, nobody here believes that we’re just checking boxes with these [diversity & inclusion] opportunities and initiatives. It’s woven into the culture. We hire on values first, and we interview people for the D&I value that we hold so dear. Everybody in the company truly believes it’s a crucial part of our growth, and the future we want to build for the industry.”
100% of voters said that the executive team at Fivetran is intentional about increasing female leadership.
“We are honored to be recognized as a great company where women desire to work and grow their careers. At Fivetran, we know that Employee Resource Groups, otherwise known as ERGs, can help employees find a sense of community, foster a sense of belonging, provide a safe space for learning, and forge paths to make new connections. The Fivetran Women’s ERG aims to amplify voices of women across all races and sexual orientations while delivering topics that are relevant for everyone at the company. We champion diverse perspectives in every event and initiative so that women at Fivetran can see themselves being supported long term here as well as find the role models within our organization they may be looking for.”
100% of voters said that said Gong is leading the charge in their diversity and inclusion efforts.
“As an Indian woman and leader at Gong, I have been humbled and inspired by our commitment to create a culture of inclusion and belonging. Although we just launched our Belong at Gong efforts this year, we have embodied our #ActNow principle by opening an office in Atlanta to foster greater diversity, launching Employee Resource Groups, conducting a pay parity assessment, and responding to feedback from our inaugural inclusion survey by enhancing our parental leave benefit. We are so proud that we’ve built a culture where 97% of our Gongsters recommend Gong as a great place to work. I am honored to be working alongside an executive team that truly understands the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as the investment involved in driving meaningful impact.”
83% of voters said that Constant Contact is focused on hiring more women and promoting them into management positions.
“At Constant Contact, women’s contributions are actively sought out and championed. We are proud to offer women opportunities to grow and develop while being flexible to accommodate all the demands on women outside of work. We also provide an employee resource group where we can serve as informal mentors and sources of advice. Ensuring we hire and promote a diverse workforce is central to creating a company that I am proud to lead.”
82% of voters said that Iterable offers great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers.
“At Iterable, our mission is to connect people with products that bring them joy. Similarly, our culture is based on inclusivity, and ensuring that our team members can thrive and work in an environment that brings them joy and allows them to do the best work of their careers! We make all decisions, including hiring, through the lens of our core values: Humility, Trust, Growth Mindset, and Balance. We’ve found that this has helped us attract, retain and nurture the best talent.”
91% of voters said that RingCentral offers flexible work schedules and great work-life balance.
“RingCentral fosters a culture of mentorship and career growth for women. We can be true to ourselves and our ambition. And we have created a meaningful network of like-minded women and men. The RingCentral Career Ladder has women at all rungs. We know we can reach up for help and reach down to assist another. We’ve worked hard to create this culture. Women thrive at RingCentral.”
88% of voters said that the executive team at Sendoso is intentional about increasing female leadership.
“Sendoso consciously acknowledges issues, such as inequalities in society for women and minorities, and openly discusses what they can do to improve the situation. It’s refreshing to see a company address and discuss sensitive topics, as opposed to turning a blind eye. They also have some of the strongest, most talented women I have ever had the pleasure of working with.”
97% of voters said that BombBomb is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.
“BombBomb’s purpose is to rehumanize the planet. That’s a huge mission, but we work to take the next right step to honor the intrinsic value of every single human being, especially those who’ve been dehumanized by system or circumstance. Historically, women have been at a disadvantage in terms of things like property rights, voting rights, and positions of power. Progress toward gender equality must accelerate, and we use our team, talent, and time to accelerate that progress.”
100% of voters said that Chorus is focused on hiring more women and promoting them into management positions.
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89% of voters said that Thomson Reuters offers great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers.
“Thomson Reuters has been putting a full-court press on increasing gender diversity throughout our organization. Sales is a focused priority because representing TR to our clients in a way that reflects the different voices we serve is job #1. Female voices, ideas, and leadership have proven to be catalysts to business strengths and success. Supporting women in sales leadership is a natural part of our motion forward.”
86% of voters said that GAF offers flexible work schedules and great work-life balance.
“GAF is a leader in the building materials industry and supports all the women that work there. We run an ongoing Women In Sales network team, with regular training, leader interaction, and an annual Women in Sales Summit. We partner our women with mentors and support them in their careers, success, and growth.”
80% of voters said that the executive team at Clari is intentional about increasing female leadership.
“At Clari, there are lots of opportunities to connect with leadership. The org feels flat, and leadership is approachable and wants to hear from us. When I brought up the idea of starting a “Women of Clari” group, they were supportive and made it happen. It feels like we are in control of our destiny here.”
82% of voters said that Demio offers ongoing professional development training to their employees.
“We at Demio are committed to an inclusive workspace that serves our employees, customers, and larger market. With 48% of our current company identifying as women, we’ve spent intentional time creating a space where women feel safe and empowered to do great work here. We value transparency and communication and demonstrate that not only through our interactions with our prospects and our customers, but the way we hold ourselves internally accountable for continuing to push our culture and work environment in a direction that represents what we truly stand for: driving positive change.”
83% of voters said that WMI Worldwide is focused on hiring more women and promoting them into management positions.
94% of voters said that Thinkific offers great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers.
“At Thinkific, “Strive for Equality” is one of our core values so we are constantly working to ensure everyone feels a strong sense of belonging. It’s always been a priority for us to support and provide opportunities for women in tech, and we’re proud to have women equally represented on our team, as well as at the senior leadership level.
From signing pledges that commit to gender diversity and pay equity as a company, to sponsoring events that uplift underrepresented groups like Ladies Learning Code, to empowering our internal Inclusion Guild and Women at Thinkific group, we are always taking action to support and empower the women on our team. We’re proud to champion women in tech because we have no doubt that the success we’ve seen at Thinkific comes from building a team of folks who bring their unique perspectives to the table, embrace diversity, and continue to learn from each other.”
100% of voters said that Ambition offers flexible work schedules and great work-life balance.
“I cannot highlight enough how intentional the executive team and founders have been about the language they use to promote inclusivity. Even when they make mistakes, they are quick to admit their errors and promise to “do more and be better” in the future. We are all on a journey and its not about being perfect but about putting the effort in and they ALWAYS do!”
100% of voters said that the executive team at MarketSource is intentional about increasing female leadership.
“At MarketSource, we believe our strength comes from the blend of our people, perspectives and experiences. We know that to be successful, we need to cultivate and grow this diverse talent. In order to better fuel our high-performance culture, it is imperative that we invest in the development and engagement of our most valuable resources, which are our diverse people, talent, and ideas.
Through #GirlsClub, we have seen great success in supporting women who are looking to advance their careers within MarketSource. Our partnership with #GirlsClub has provided an additional tool to help prepare our diverse talent and future leaders. We greatly value our team members and we know the experience and training that women are receiving through their relationship with #GirlsClub has a direct impact on their success. We are proud to support the women of MarketSource as we continue to place an emphasis on diversifying our workforce and are proud of our relationship with #GirlsClub.”
87% of voters said that OmniEngine is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.
“At OmniEngine, we inspire ourselves and others to step into our careers with confidence. We enjoy passionate and optimistic people who elevate the collective team by working hard and demanding excellence. Pivoting comes naturally to us, and we constantly challenge the status quo. We are resourceful, kind, and care deeply about the impact we have on people.”
90% of voters said that Vonage is focused on hiring more women and promoting them into management positions.
100% of voters said that Ascent Cloud offers ongoing professional development training to their employees.
“At LevelEleven and Ascent Cloud, we are passionate about diversity and inclusion. With that in mind, we’re committed to doing all we can to help provide equal opportunities to all ethnicities and genders. We will continue to raise the bar by empowering our team with the tools they need to continue to grow and succeed in leadership roles to create a more equitable working world.”
82% of voters said that Spirion offers flexible work schedules and great work-life balance.
80% of voters said that the executive team at Wingman is intentional about increasing female leadership.
“At Wingman, we are incredibly proud to be building a culture where we celebrate diversity and differences. We believe firmly in the power of equal opportunity, empathy, creating a safe space for all individuals, and helping each other live our best lives. Great things happen when men, women and the other work together.”
85% of voters said that Exposure Ninja is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.
100% of voters said that Womply offers flexible work schedules and great work-life balance.
“At Womply, one of our core values is to embrace diversity, meaning we strive to create an inclusive workplace where people are treated with dignity and respect regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, creed, and so forth. We pride ourselves on creating an environment that empowers all our people and perhaps especially those from underserved groups, including working mothers, to do their best work and reach their goals.”