Top 9 companies that have said ‘YES’ to permanent work-from-home culture


Twitter: In a tweet, Parag Agrawal, the CEO of Twitter, announced that he’d continue the option of working remotely “forever”.

Tata Steel: Tata Steel named it the ‘Agile Working Model’. It allows employees to work from home up to 365 days a year.

Swiggy: Swiggy had announced a permanent work-from-anywhere policy for several roles. Under this policy, teams like corporate, central business functions, and technology will work remotely

Spotify: The company had confirmed that it will not require anyone to come to the office for work anymore.

SAP: On receiving positive feedback on the remote working experience during the pandemic, the company announced a flexible working for its 100,000 employees

Fujitsu: It had asserted that 'Work Life Shift' programme will offer unprecedented flexibility to its 80,000 workers in the country

Atlassian: Australian tech giant had announced it will let its employees work from anywhere. It said that the employees only need to visit office 4 times a year

Aweber: The compant recently announced its decision to transition to a fully remote-first workforce. The CEO stated the decision will benefit the company, its team, and its customers for years to come.

Aquent: The company had announced it would shut nearly all of its locations nationwide as it transitions most of its 720 employees to a work-from-home model.