Telecommuting, flexible start and end times, open schedules and other flexible working arrangements are popular employment perks but where can you find a job that offers these schedules? FlexJobs.com has published its list of the top 10 companies for flexible jobs and this list is a great place to start your job search.
- Enterprise Contact Center
- HD Supply
- Internet Brands, Inc.
Xerox is number two on the list and I actually have some experience with the company’s flexible work arrangements. In 2001, I worked for Xerox and while pregnant with my son, I was able to work from home a few mornings a month. For anyone that’s every dealt with morning sickness, you know how convenient it is to be able to stay at home for a few hours on those days that the morning sickness is particularly troublesome.
Current full-time telecommuting jobs open at Xerox include a media developer, an instructional designer, a learning project manager and even a sales vice-president. The vice-president position is based out of Cincinnati, Ohio but the candidate hired for the position will have the option of telecommuting full time if she or he chooses to.
For more information about these 10 companies and 90 other companies that offer flexible work options to their employees, visit the FlexJobs.com Guide to the Best Companies for Flexible Jobs website.