The coronavirus pandemic has caused many companies to allow employees to work from home. A new normal a lot of people have embraced and have grown accustomed to.
But when companies are given the all clear to go back onsite, a majority of their employees will prefer to continue working from home.
As a matter of fact, a survey conducted by Global Workplace Analytics shows 76% of employees want to continue to work from home post CoVID-19.
The most common reasons people want to work from home are flexibility in their schedule, the ability to avoid commute times and costs, an opportunity to create a comfortable and personalized work environment, and the chance to achieve a better work-life balance. Additionally, some individuals may have caregiving responsibilities or health issues that make working from home a more practical and accommodating option.
34 Companies That Hire Remote Workers
In another study done by Gallup’s research, it shows more than 50% of office workers would be willing to quit their to work from home.
That said, in case you’re one of the ones looking for a work from home job, here is a list of 30 companies that hire remote workers.
- American Express
- Capital One
- Enterprise Holdings
- LanguageLine Solutions
- Red Hat
- United Airlines
- UnitedHealth Group
- Working Solutions
Global Workplace Analytics also indicated employers can save $11K per half-time telecommuter per year, I think it’s safe to say this list will be getting longer as the years go by. And that’s great news for remote workers around the world!
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