The news is abuzz with each billon dollar companies’ hot take on a remote work policy. Their decisions will influence the remote working policies of thousands of companies and determine if they can attract the top talent from the great resignation. We rate the most significant from Google to Twitter.
After researching the remote work policies of trillion-dollar companies like Amazon, Apple, or Google, I have found they are rigid, lack the flexibility that most workers desire, and discriminate.
This is scary because their decisions will influence the remote working policies of thousands of companies in 2022 (People love to copy them).
They will also determine if these companies can sustain their growth and attract the top talent from the great resignation.
How does your company's remote work policy compare to the FAANG companies and is it better than Twitter's that got the highest rating?
What would you recommend to improve your own remote work policy?