Austin’s big tech offices are starting to open up—to varying degrees.
Most tech companies are adopting a hybrid model, allowing more remote options than they did pre-pandemic but reinstating in-office minimums at the same time. Here’s what that looks like locally
Amazon, ~1,000 corporate employees
Employees will return to the office through the summer with most back in the office by early fall.
Apple, ~7,000 employees
Employees will return to the office three days a week starting in early September.
Dell, ~13,000 employees
The Austin-grown company embraced remote work even before the pandemic and anticipates a hybrid model for the future.
Facebook, ~1,200 employees
The social platform is still developing its return-to-office plan but also anticipates a hybrid model in the future.
Google, ~1,100 employees
The search engine is planning on hybrid work weeks where most employees spend three days in the office and two where they work best.
IBM, ~6,000 employees
Around 90% of IBM’s Austin employees are still working remotely as the company moves toward a hybrid office model similar to its pre-pandemic norm.
Overheard on Conference Calls, a workplace reviews site, ranked Austin as the third best city for remote work last year based on a variety of factors, including cost of living, average WiFi speed, commute time savings and coffee shops per capita.
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