The 50 Best Companies to Work For As Rated by the Women Who Work There (July 2022)

Top Companies 2022: The 50 best workplaces to grow your career in the U.S.

The world of work continues to transform in front of our eyes. As professionals moved jobs at unprecedented rates in 2021, companies have had to step up to attract and retain talent — from offering more opportunities to get promoted and gain new skills to increasing flexibility. These changes have put employees and job seekers in the driver’s seat, igniting them to rethink what they expect out of an employer today.

Our 2022 LinkedIn Top Companies list is the 6th annual ranking of the 50 best workplaces to grow your career, all based on unique LinkedIn data. These are the companies that are offering stability in our ever-changing world of work — the ones that are not only attracting workers, but retaining them.

To put together this year’s rankings, we looked at LinkedIn data across seven pillars, each revealing an important element of career progression: ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity and spread of educational backgrounds. You can learn more about our methodology at the bottom of this article.

This list is meant to be a resource for you, guiding professionals at every stage — whether that means a career pivot, jumping back into the workforce after a hiatus or investing in new skills. At each company, you’ll find insights around which roles and skills are in demand, top locations and much more. You can also explore open jobs (many of which are remote positions) and people you may know at the company. If a company catches your eye, follow their company page and/or turn on job alerts to stay on top of future opportunities.

Why employee ratings matter

A company might report that they offer six weeks paid maternity and parental leave, but if you start getting assignments in the first week (or even in the fifth week) of your leave, they’re not holding up their end of the deal. Another company might say that they offer competitive salaries, but what if you discover they have a glaring gender pay gap?

By measuring the experiences of actual employees, we can provide a more accurate picture of what it’s like to work for a company—and we can help improve what employees get from a company.

You can help other women find organizations where they will be successful by contributing to the data. Rate the company you currently work for or one you’ve worked for in the past. Our users rate companies on 18 factors, including salary satisfaction, family growth support, equal opportunities for women and men, women in leadership, learning opportunities, and more. Just search for any company on our site to learn more.

Pie Insurance

Pie’s mission is to empower small businesses to thrive by making commercial insurance affordable and as easy as pie.

We leverage technology to transform how small businesses buy and experience commercial insurance—starting with workers’ compensation. Our intense focus on granular, sophisticated pricing and data-driven customer segmentation

“Our Customer Care team rewards success by giving “snaps” in team and company slack channels. We like to verbally recognize people in our team meetings by giving them a shout out and telling them they are valuable to the team and are appreciated! It is important to also be conscious of how people like to be recognized and not put people “on blast”.”

Fluid Truck

Fluid Truck is a technology-based rental platform that’s revolutionizing the truck rental industry. It offers 24/7 mobile access to a wide array of trucks, vans, and SUVs. Thousands of small and medium-sized businesses across the U.S. use Fluid Truck to flexibly and affordably build their fleet, manage employee scheduling on-the-go, and safely

“The most quirky thing about Fluid is the fact that they treat employees like family. You are asked every day how you are doing, sincerely. If you sound like you are having a bad day, coworkers check in with you. You also feel valued as an employee and are reminded of that daily. Not only does the “F” stand for Fluid, but it also stands for family.”