15 companies where telecommuting is encouraged

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The office life can be pretty hectic and is often full of workplace politics that many peoplel don’t want to deal with on a daily basis.Punching in and punching out every day. Faking a conversation at the water cooler with

First there’s punching in and punching out every day and then there’s faking a conversation at the water cooler with co-workers you really would rather not be talking to. Then there’s the one day you get to work from home and you see how amazing it feels to have freedom from distractions and just focus on your work.

Did you know that there are many very popular companies out there that actually encourage telecommuting every day?

This mindset allows its employees to work from home and focus distraction free.

Here are 15 companies that encourage telecommuting.

Apple

Apple

Did you know that Apple will actually pay you to sit at home and work as a customer support agent? They even give you a free desktop Mac to get the job done. According to Apple’s job description, it allows the employees to be heroic from the comfort of their own home by translating technology into a language that customers can understand. This makes a great job especially for students who are able to schedule work around classes.

Xerox

Xerox

Xerox has something known as the Virtual Workforce Program, which is an extensive program that has over 8,000 at-home employees. These at-home employees tackle various tasks such as customer service, software development, tech support and quality control. Xerox makes a point to acknowledge that some of the benefits of working at home, such as low commute costs and a comfortable work environment which provide for higher job satisfaction.

Dell

Dell

Dell is known as one of the biggest global computer technology companies in the world. It employs more than 103,000 people and offers multiple opportunities for flexible work. Although the headquarters is in Round Rock, Texas, they give employees work options such as flextime, remote work, job sharing, part-time work and compressed work weeks.

Toptal

Toptal

Toptal is a remote work based company that connects the current top 3 percent of software developers and engineers all over the world. New applications come pouring in every month to give a fair chance of shifting. Due to Toptal having zero offices whatsoever, everything is completely and evenly distributed. Everyone from the CEO down to new employees work remotely.

Loot

Loot

Loot is a work from home position where you complete actions for brands, such as sharing pictures and content on Twitter and Facebook. According to Loot, their mission is to change the DNA of modern-day marketing tactics and platforms by giving customers a powerful voice. Their main goal is to reward consumers for their brand loyalty. All you have to do to get started is download the app and apply.

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