In response to Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), many companies, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Salesforce, and more, have been encouraging those workers who can do so to work from home. Some companies have even made it mandatory for employees to work remotely, shutting down their offices. A surprising number of companies have no plans to follow suit.
We have created these trackers to track remote work policy by employer and to call those employers out who aren’t allowing their employees remote work despite their employees being capable of performing their job duties remotely.
List of remote work policy by country
Date: March 15 - March 17, 2020
You can help by filling out a completely anonymous survey to track companies, not just in the US but around the world, and their remote work policies.
About this data
The list is generated using reviews submitted by CodeAhoy readers. You’re free to use this data under the terms of cc-by-sa 4.0 with attribution required. A link to codeahoy.com will be sufficient.
If you’re an official from the company listed below and the information isn’t accurate or the policy has been updated, please email us at: email@example.com or message us on Twitter.
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