This Company Has Offered Permanent Work From Home

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As offices eventually reopen, LinkedIn will offer employees to choose full-time remote work or a hybrid option, said Chief People Officer Teuila Hanson.

The amended policy, which allows employees to work remotely full-time or part-time, will apply to LinkedIn's global workforce of over 16,000 employees.

According to Hanson, LinkedIn does not now require employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to work, in contrast to big businesses such as Facebook and Google, which have required injections in response to an increase in US COVID-19 cases. Due to the increase in cases, Twitter Inc is closing its recently restored offices.

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According to Greg Snapper, director of corporate relations, LinkedIn employees who shift locations may see their salaries adjusted based on the local market where they're situated.

When COVID-19 entered the United States last year, the computer industry was one of the first to allow employees to work from home. However, the extent to which IT businesses are adopting permanent remote labor is beginning to diverge.

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