14 Companies That Let You Work Remotely

July 3, 2019 Schellman & Company

The growing trend for work flexibility has taken over the country. From health care to communications to tech, each industry offers roles that can be executed from the comfort of your own home. Whether the trend reflects companies’ desires to cut back on expenses or to provide employees with much-desired options, the benefits are all ours.

According to employee reviews on Glassdoor, here are 14 companies that will allow you to work remotely and they are hiring now.

 

14. Schellman

Details: Schellman & Company, LLC is a leading provider of attestation and compliance services. Schellman & Company values employee work-life balance and offers competitive pay and bonuses, workplace flexibility, team-building events, and much more. Schellman & Company is hiring for full-time, telecommuting positions.
Open Roles: Senior IT Auditors
What Employees Say: “The work is challenging yet rewarding, great clients, the CEO is down to Earth and a legend, paid certifications and training, remote when not traveling, bonuses are great, competitive pay, welcoming home office, great work-life balance (if you use your vacation), company trip is always a blast.” —Current Employee

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Schellman & Company

Schellman & Company, LLC (Schellman) is a leading provider of attestation and compliance services. We are the only company in the world that is a CPA firm, a globally licensed PCI Qualified Security Assessor, an ISO Certification Body, HITRUST CSF Assessor, a FedRAMP 3PAO, and most recently, an APEC Accountability Agent. Renowned for expertise tempered by practical experience, Schellman's professionals provide superior client service balanced by steadfast independence. Our approach builds successful, long-term relationships and allows our clients to achieve multiple compliance objectives through a single third-party assessor.

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