15 Well-Known Companies Offering Hybrid Work This Year

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For most organizations, going fully remote just isn’t an option or it’s a policy they would prefer to ease into (if it’s being considered at all). Each company is different, which is also why the emergence of hybrid work has become so popular. 

In fact, it seems more and more organizations have now created more remote work policies, whether to provide flexible work from home days or have a mix of employees in-office and remote. 

The hybrid work model is taking over more well-established organizations, which gives remote work advocates more options for their careers. 

I’m even surprised at some of the companies that have been providing a healthy mix of remote work options. It’s exciting to see and also, I like to say here:  “It’s about time!” 

Let’s take a look at what it means to offer hybrid work vs fully remote and examples of well-known companies that focus on the hybrid work model. 

Fully Remote Vs. Hybrid Companies

Fully remote companies are organizations where all employees are working virtually and have no physical office locations. Where hybrid companies typically offer various options for their employees; like a few days a week remote or a mix of jobs that are in-office or work from home. 

Hybrid work has steadily been rising over the years, but when the pandemic in 2020 struck, more organizations were able to quickly adopt this model. 

The reason hybrid work is more common than fully remote companies is that it’s easier to get started, less infrastructure needed, and still encourages some of the traditional office settings. 

And not everyone wants to work fully remotely. And more importantly, not all organizations can be structured in a way that would support 100% remote work either. 

In a recent Remote Work & Compensation Pulse Survey, 48% expressed a desire to be fully remote and 44% of employees favored hybrid working. And among employers from the survey, 51% support the hybrid work model, while only 5% mention fully remote work as a possibility.

15 Best Examples of Well-known companies Offering Hybrid Work

1. Apple

  • Industry: Technology, software, and consumer electronics
  • Location: Cupertino, California
  • Number of Employees: 290,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Apple announced in Summer 2021 that it would offer a mix of hybrid work and full-remote positions. But generally, the tech company is sticking to a more formal hybrid model of work overall.

Take a look at the Apple Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

2. Shopify

  • Industry: Internet, e-commerce
  • Location: Ottawa, ON
  • Number of Employees: 12,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Back in Summer 2020, Shopify CEO Tobi Lutke Tweeted that the company would keep their offices closed through 2021 and after that most employees could stay remote. When available, employees can work in the company’s offices in Canada and Ireland.

Take a look at the Shopify Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

3. Google 

  • Industry: Internet
  • Location: Mountain View, CA
  • Number of Employees: 250,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Google moved a significant portion of their workplace and approved employee requests to work remotely or re-locate once offices re-open. Doesn’t sound like this will change anytime soon and will also follow the hybrid plan. The tech company is also one of the largest organizations to put forth a combo of in-office and remote work. 

Take a look at the Google Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

4. Microsoft 

  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Location: Redmond, Washington
  • Number of Employees: 215,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Another behemoth in the tech and software space, Microsoft also opened up the workplace to the hybrid work model. They offer employees the ability to work from anywhere 50% of the week and an option for fully remote with approval. You can read a whole guide and page dedicated to the hybrid work culture that the company wrote. 

Take a look at the Microsoft Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

5. Slack

  • Industry: Technology, software, and consumer electronics
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Number of Employees: 3,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

The Silicon Valley firm announced in June 2020 that they would offer its current employees the option to work from home on a permanent basis while keeping the offices open in some form. The company will also open most of its upcoming new roles to remote candidates, and indicated that it is moving towards a more asynchronous work pace by encouraging employees to work hours that make sense for them.

Take a look at the Slack Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

6. Stripe

  • Industry: Internet
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Number of Employees: 6,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

The payment processing tech company launched their jobs as both remote, hybrid, and in-office, but with the pandemic focused more on remote and hybrid. From Summer 2021, there was a good interview with Stripe’s Head of Tech Enablement written on Medium that discussed how Stripe manages culture with a mix of remote and hybrid workforces. 

Take a look at the Stripe Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

7. American Express

  • Industry: Financial Services
  • Location: New York, NY
  • Number of Employees: 76,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Financial service companies sometimes trail behind when it comes to modern strategies, but American Express jumped into hybrid work in late 2021. In a news release, the company revealed “Amex Flex”  for its employees. The plan includes a few options: hybrid, onsite, and fully virtual.

Take a look at the American Express Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

8. Upwork

  • Industry: Internet
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Number of Employees: 98,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Upwork is one of the best platforms for freelancers and contractors to find work, so it’s no surprise the company values remote and hybrid work too. In Summer 2020, CEO Hayden Brown confirmed the company was going to adopt a remote-first vision and utilize the hybrid work model permanently. They do have two office locations if employees would like to work in-office occasionally or full-time. 

Take a look at the Upwork Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

9. Target

  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Minneapolis, MN
  • Number of Employees: 170,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

For those Target employees not working in the frontlines of the retail stores, the corporate office employees have the option for hybrid work. And it sounds like Target plans to keep this combo of on-site and remote more permanently.  

“Company officials said that in the long-term, Target will move toward a hybrid model of remote and on-site work, allowing for flexibility and collaboration and ultimately, requiring less space.” (Source

Take a look at the Target Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

10. Zoom

  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Location: San Jose, CA
  • Number of Employees: 7,300+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

If you are reading this article, then there is no doubt you know who Zoom is. The video conferencing tool became a massive brand during the shift to the world being more virtual. While there are other companies in this space, Zoom became more of the household name. And it was also a company hiring like crazy to keep up with the demands of our remote world. 

The company also offers employees more flexible work arrangements including remote and hybrid. If you want to learn more about what Zoom is up to, check out this Forbes article

Take a look at the Zoom Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

11. Grammarly 

  • Industry: Information Technology & Service
  • Location: San Francisco, CA
  • Number of Employees: 700+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

I don’t know about you, but Grammarly has been a great tool for improving my writing over the years and I add it anytime I get a new computer. Love it! But the other cool thing about Grammarly is their approach to being a “remote-first hybrid” organization. They have a dedicated page to how the company approaches The Future of Work, which I highly recommend checking out. 

Take a look at the Grammarly Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

12. Cisco

  • Industry: Computer Networking
  • Location: San Jose, CA
  • Number of Employees: 97,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Even though working from home and more flexible work makes sense, I’ve still been surprised by some of these large corporations really supporting it. And Cisco is another tech giant that rolled out a hybrid work plan and has no specific mandates for how often employees must be in the office. 

Take a look at the Cisco Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

13. Ford

  • Industry: Automotive
  • Location: Dearborn, MI
  • Number of Employees: 187,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Remote work also touched the automotive industry with Ford also adopting more flexible work policies for over 30,000 employees. The policy change now allows employees to indefinitely work with flexible hours that are approved by managers and team leads. Welcome to the hybrid work model Ford! 

Take a look at the Ford Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

14. Adobe

  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Location: San Jose, California
  • Number of Employees: 28,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

The fact that computer software company Adobe went into hybrid work is no surprise to me, as the company has always been “forward-thinking,” even as a corporate giant. The company has a dedicated blog post to The Future of Work at Adobe, which is a short, but interesting read to where remote hybrid work for the company is going. 

Take a look at the Adobe Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

15. Uber

  • Industry: Internet
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Number of Employees: 100,000+
  • Remote work model: Hybrid

Uber has stated they value in-person collaboration, but also value employees’ wants and needs for more flexible work. Since the Summer of 2021, Uber has also written about its work policies and approaches to the company. 

“First, our employees will have more flexibility on their preferred office location, choosing from a list of dedicated team hubs, instead of being limited to their pre-pandemic location. Second, we’re asking those working in offices to spend at least 50% of their time there, instead of a minimum of 3 days per week. This can be 3 days one week and 2 days the next week, or 5 days one week and 0 days the next week, depending on what works best for the employee and their team.”

Take a look at the Uber Careers page to learn more and find your next job. 

Final Thoughts

Many of these large organizations that have chosen a hybrid model may decide to switch back to in-office. But since the pandemic, most have decided to permanently keep a combination of flexible work for all. 

Over the next few years, you’ll see more Fortune 500 and private companies transcend into this future of work. Certainly, there may be some challenges, but modernizing the workplace and being more flexible will be beneficial to the organizations and employees alike. 

Looking for more of the best companies offering fully remote or hybrid work? Check out our Top 100 Remote Companies list

Happy Remote Working! 

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About Todd Kunsman

Todd is the founder of Remote Work Junkie and has been featured in numerous publications like Business Insider, HuffPost, CNBC, and more. He’s been a remote work advocate for close to a decade and has been working remotely full-time for 5+ years. He’s also a marketing, personal finance, and music nerd 🤓

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