TOP-11 Businesses that Switched to Remote Work in 2022

During recent years, most organizations switched to working remotely. Working remotely is now the new norm, and businesses are offering permanent remote jobs in 2022. Below are some of the top businesses that are switching to long-term remote work.

Businesses Switch to Permanent Remote Work in 2022

Adobe

Adobe is a software company that provides customer-focused solutions for web-based application and content development. Adobe employees have the option of working remotely for 50% of their working hours.

Coinbase

Coinbase is a cryptocurrency exchange platform where traders can buy, sell, or HOLD their cryptos. It allows workers to work remotely or from home, and they can do it indefinitely.

Atlassian

It was founded in 2002 Atlassian is a public computer software company that specializes in creating collaboration and tracking software, for software development companies. Since 2020, it has allowed its employees to work remotely permanently.

Dropbox

It helps businesses keep files in sync, share, and collaborate on projects anytime, anywhere. Its employees are now able to work remotely permanently. That in a way is in line with its business model, which helps workers to access their files remotely.

Facebook

Facebook is the largest social media network in the world. It allows most of its employees to work remotely, on a full-time basis. Thanks to its powerful platform that keeps users all over the world connected, it was easy for its employees to switch to working remotely.

HubSpot

HubSpot is a leading inbound marketing and sales platform that launched in 2006. Its headquarters is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has regional offices worldwide. HubSpot employees can work remotely, but not on a full-time basis. However, once an employee has chosen their office and remote work schedule, they can only change it once a year.

Lincoln Financial Group

Lincoln financial group offers financial services that include annuities, life insurance, individual group retirement plans, and long-term care protection. Many of their employees are eligible for permanent remote work.

Microsoft

Microsoft is a multinational corporation that makes and markets computer software, consumer electronics, and personal computers. Its employees can work remotely approximately 50% of their work time. They have also developed Teams, a product that its workers and customers can use to work remotely.

Shopify

Shopify is an eCommerce company that provides a multichannel, cloud-based commerce platform for small and mid-sized companies to design, organize and manage stores across various sales channels. All their employees can work remotely.

Amazon

This is the largest online retailer in the world. It boasts over 90,000 employees across the globe. It allows workers that can do their jobs remotely, to work remotely for two days each week, effective June 2021.

Twitter

Twitter is a social networking and news service that allows people to send/broadcast short messages called tweets. It allows its workers to work remotely.

Conclusion – Remote Work

Thanks to remote working tools, workers and customers can share files and workstation screens, and do video conferencing. That is why businesses are now able to support remote work, where applicable.

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