Recognized as One of Top 100 Remote Companies to Work For in 2022

One of the most popular transitions and priorities that the workforce has taken on in the last couple of years is remote-first companies. From better work-life balance to freedom of working on your own time, remote work has officially become the way to go for a lot of employers. 

With DNSFilter having these remote-work benefits and more, we have been recognized as one of the top 100 remote companies to work for in 2022 by Built In! 

Built In is a platform where tech professionals all over the country can learn more about the industry, build connections, and start their future careers in jobs they believe in. Starting with a value in focusing their platform for small tech start-ups, they now connect professionals with companies all over the country. They have a major focus in connecting tech talent to their best match in the tech industry. 

Some of DNSFilter’s highlighted benefits from Built In are our 4-day rotating work week, our health and wellness benefits, and our culture and diversity. Interested in working with us? Apply here today!

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