Austin-based Indeed will be extending it's work-from-home policy to July, 2021, the company has announced.
"As new COVID-19 developments unfold around the world, our number one priority continues to be the health and safety of our employees," Paul Wolfe, Indeed's senior vice president of global human resources, said in a statement. "The pandemic is still impacting many countries around the world and many states in the U.S., and as such, we have made the decision that no employee will be required to return to any of our global offices before July of 2021. In doing so, we aim to make it easier for our employees to plan for their life needs, such as the upcoming school year and leases."
Indeed, with more than 10,000 employees worldwide "will continue to take a conservative approach to returning to our offices around the world in order to best protect our employees," Wolfe added. It has been a trendsetter for remote working, sharing its work-from-home playbook that stressed open communication.
Indeed was one of the first national employers to implement a broad work-from-home policy in March 2020.