Remote work remains a productive perk, providing organizations a key lever in attracting and retaining tech talent. While companies such as Yahoo and IBM have rescinded telecommuting policies in an attempt to fix larger business and cultural problems, telecommuting continues to thrive in the tech industry, offering companies increased productivity, decreased absenteeism, and increased retention, provided they establish a successful remote work strategy.
For the past four years, FlexJobs, a company that vets all types of flexible job listings including part-time, telecommuting and freelance, has compiled a list of the top 100 companies offering telecommuting, remote and distributed (tRad) opportunities in 2017.
The annual list comprises companies that have offered the highest number of remote job listings in the FlexJobs database in the previous year, out of a total of 47,000 companies. It includes both part-time and full-time telecommuting jobs. To access these vetted opportunities, the site charges a fee.
If you’re looking for a job that allows telecommuting either full- or part-time in the IT industry, we’ve pulled out the 10 highest-ranked tech companies on FlexJobs’s list of 100 Top Companies With Remote Jobs in 2017.