- Business Insider surveyed enterprise technology companies to determine who’s still hiring amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- Companies like Amazon Web Services, Slack, Okta, Box, and Zoom are actively hiring, while others like Microsoft, Google, and SAP have slowed hiring to prioritize recruiting in key areas.
- Below is a list of 19 enterprise tech companies that are hiring, and the types of roles they are trying to fill.
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As companies across industries slow or stop hiring amid the public health and economic crisis caused by the coronavirus, Business Insider surveyed enterprise technology companies to find out who is still hiring, and the types of roles they’re trying to fill.
The results include companies actively hiring — such as Amazon Web Services, Slack, Okta, Box, and Zoom — while others like Microsoft, Google, and SAP have slowed hiring to prioritize recruiting in key areas.
Responses come directly from companies, but be aware that hiring alone may not paint a complete picture of what’s going on at each one. VMware, for example, told Business Insider that it’s hiring, particularly in a few key areas related to its cloud business — but also told employees in an internal memo that it was freezing all salaries.
Oracle, Nvidia, and Palo Alto Networks declined to comment on whether they are still hiring. Workday, Adobe, IBM, Cisco, Stripe, Qualcomm and HP did not reply to requests for more information.
Here are 19 enterprise companies still hiring in some form amid the pandemic, and what they’re looking for: