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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the perceptions of remote work have fundamentally changed. This forced experiment has proven that policies that allow for remote work can actually improve productivity while also making work feel more humane — will 2-hour commutes eventually be considered part of a brutal past?
Not everyone is convinced, and some companies still plan to force a strict in-office schedule, claiming that bucking the trend will help them recruit and that serendipitous workplace interactions are key to effective communication. But with 60% of employees saying they would quit their job if forced to return to the office, many job seekers are looking for a company culture that is more aligned with their values and needs.
Luckily, here at Range, we’ve been tracking companies post-COVID reopening plans and remote work policies. So if you’re looking for a move, here’s a list of tech companies that hire work from home, offer full-remote positions, or hybrid jobs.
First, a quick reminder of the different styles of hybrid work:
Fully remote: Remote-first, no formal offices
Default Digital: Remote-first, individuals maybe remote or in office
Static Hybrid: Individuals offered a fixed choice
Synchronized Hybrid: Work from office on the same days
Dynamic Hybrid: Default office, but WFH on a flexible schedule
Roles: Engineering, design, marketing, people, corporate strategy
Individuals can choose from 3 remote work options: fully remote, flex, or in-office. Flex employees won’t have an assigned desk and will be expected to work from home 3 days a week. Office employees will have a desk and need to be present 4 or 5 days a week.
Roles: Engineering, product, design, finance, sales, marketing, comms
Prior to COVID, Twitter was on a path to supporting a distributed workforce, offering long-term remote work with the goal of people working where they feel most productive. Office hubs will be available for those who want.
Find more remote opportunities on the Post COVID Reopenings Tracking Project, and if you have intel on a remote company and their remote work plans, please share.
And here's our full list of companies we've surveyed:
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