10 Well-Known Companies That Hire Remote Workers

Working from home is much more commonplace nowadays than it was ten years ago.

When I first started researching work at home job opportunities (probably about fourteen years ago), I had a lot of trouble finding anything through a basic Google search that didn't lead me straight toward a scammy-looking website.

Thank goodness that's no longer true!

Even so, many people still feel uneasy about the idea of working from home and worry that they may be taken in by a scam every time they apply for an online position — especially if it's a company they've never heard of before.

So, I decided to create a list of 10 well-known companies that hire remote workers. These are companies that you and probably everyone else have heard of, but you may not have realized they offer work from home positions!

These are major companies and corporations — household names. If you are paranoid about scams and feel “safer” applying to work from home for a company that you know about rather than one that's new to you, this list may be a good starting point:

10 Well-Known Companies That Hire Remote Workers

1 – Discover

Discover has occasional remote openings for posted for student loan and collections specialists. These are typically open to people living in Arizona, Delaware, Ohio, and Utah, and possibly other locations.

Pay for these roles starts at $17 to $18 hourly and benefits are offered. Be sure to tick the “remote eligible” box on the job search page so you've narrowed it down to only remote openings.

Go here for Discover's current job openings.

2 – Enterprise Rent-a-Car

Enterprise Rent-a-Car is almost always hiring work from home reservation agents.

Like many of these jobs, you may have to live in or near a specific city which varies depending on their needs.

These are full-time roles with pay starting at $17.25 hourly and benefits offered.

Read our Enterprise review, or go here to check for openings.

3 – HSN (Home Shopping Network)

A company called Qurate Retail Group appears to have acquired Home Shopping Network and similar companies. You can found regular remote job openings on their careers page.

The HSN remote jobs are open to Virginia, Tennessee, Florida, and possibly other states. These are full-time, entry-level positions with a starting pay rate of $15 hourly and regular pay increases every six months for two years (topping out at $17 hourly).

Be sure to type “home based” in the keyword box on the jobs page to narrow it to just remote openings.

Go here to check for openings with HSN.

4 – Intuit

Intuit, the well-known company behind the Quickbooks and TurboTax brands (among others) has regular remote positions available across a number of different categories.

If you search Intuit's careers page, you'll often find job openings for remote tax experts, tax associates, bookkeepers, digital sales consultants, and more.

Pay and hours vary depending on the position you are applying for.

Go here to browse openings with Intuit.

5 – Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix is a well-known subscription box company that uses work at home stylists to help curate the boxes they send out to their clients.

Hiring in many, but not all, major cities nationwide.

Go here to check for openings, or read our Stitch Fix review.

6 – U-Haul

You can work at home for U-Haul doing everything from social media to roadside assistance. They almost always have a home-based positions available. Some of these are seasonal while others are year-round.

These are mostly entry-level, although they prefer at least a year of past sales/customer service experience.

Many of the reservation rep roles pay $17 hourly.

Go here for more details, or read our U-Haul review.

7 – Wayfair

Wayfair is sometimes hiring remote inbound sales agents. They supply you with all equipment to do the job if you are hired.

If hired, you must be able to work some evenings and also weekends. The job posting states that 1+ years of sales experience, preferably in a call center/retail/virtual environment, is required.

Go here to check for remote openings.

8 – Under Armour

Under Armour, the popular athletic apparel brand, usually has several remote openings across different categories.

As of the date of this blog post, they are hiring for:

  • Merchandising
  • Account services
  • Marketing
  • Plus more

Go here to see all openings and apply for anything you are a fit for.

9 – Williams-Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma has regular openings for work at home customer care representatives. These are part-time positions.

Currently, they are hiring candidates located in Alabama,Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, N. Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, or Wisconsin.

They do require at least a year of past customer service experience for you to qualify.

Go here to check for openings.

10 – Consumer Affairs

Consumer Affairs is currently seeking a Copy Editor & Fact Checker in the US.

This is a freelance role. As a fact checker, you’ll verify that all facts and claims are accurate and up-to-date. As a line editor, you’ll correct syntax, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Success in this role requires extensive research/competitor analysis abilities, knowledge of SEO, and writing skills.

ConsumerAffairs will give preference to applicants who can commit at least 20 hours per week to this role.

While this is a freelance, part-time position to start, the role has the potential to morph into a full-time position later this year.

Go here to apply.

I hope this list helped if you were looking to work from home through a well-known brand. Good luck if you apply!

12 – Bonus Tip – Check FlexJobs For Even More Well-Known Companies Hiring Remotely

FlexJobs is one of my favorite sites to use for finding remote jobs and learning about new companies that hire remotely. Most of what I see there when I check the listings pays well above minimum wage and are known companies.

The great thing about FlexJobs is that they guarantee ALL listings are scam-free. They list hundreds of jobs — all of which are either remote or flexible in nature — five days per week. There are also no ads on the site.

Because there are no ads, they do charge a membership fee since that is the only way they can see a return on their job-searching efforts. But it's cheap — you can get access for a few weeks for just $2.95!

If you sign up and don't like it, it's very easy to cancel right away so you are not billed again for the following month.

Go here to check out FlexJobs.

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8 thoughts on “10 Well-Known Companies That Hire Remote Workers”

  1. Thanks, didn’t know that any big name companies actually have home-based jobs (part-time or full-time). Great for home bound folks or on disability, like me. Keep up the good work …

  2. I am guessing that these companies are probably hiring for customer service. One reason in particular is because with the new health care law, most companies have downsized to just hiring part-time workers. They will not have to provide a telephone, computer or desk. This does not surprise me at all. For the person who is looking for part-time work, this is a good opportunity.

    • You are guessing wrong. Many “work at home” jobs hire FULLTIME employees. I have worked for such a company since February 2010. My company provides health benefits, a choice of traditional or Roth 40lk and PTO. My particular department is changing so I am exploring options. To assume “work at home” jobs are sub par would be to assume all ‘traditional’ jobs are well-paying, benefit-filled places of nirvana.

  3. Awesome list, Anna! Isn’t it amazing how many well-known companies are now coming on board the “Work-at-Home Train”? I’d love to see even more.

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