8 Companies that Switched to Remote and Hybrid WorkforcesResources
Written by Andy Stofferis
If you’re looking for inspiration for companies that are making the transition towards hiring a permanently remote workforce, or a hybrid team, then we’ve curated a list of some of the top companies around the world. And if you’re looking for a remote or hybrid job, then these may be some of the companies that you want to apply to work for.
- Coinbase acknowledges that some reasons why it adopted this approach is because of the opportunity to hire top talent from around the world.
- Dropbox decided to become a virtual first company. Partly because the studies have shown that many staff are more productive when working from home – as long as there’s sufficient communication.
- The international freelancing work platform UpWork which employs close to 600 people has been pioneering new ways of working remotely for over 20 years already!
- The tech giant Slack is taking an adaptive approach to figuring out how to build a distributed framework for effective work, and is also ready to allow staff the flexibility to work their own hours.
- For many offices Google now requires staff to work around 3 days on-site, while around 20 percent of staff will be able to work fully remotely.
Want to know which other companies have recently adopted the hybrid model? Find out in our full article!