Will hire for advanced engineering Zuckerberg said in live streaming on the Facebook page that many times you avoid hiring people from small towns, different communities and different backgrounds to work from the office.
Photo (c) coffeekai - Getty ImagesOn Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he anticipates that half of the company's employees could be working remotely on a permanent basis within the next five to 10 years. The company is working on Live shopping features that will allow businesses to sell products during Live video events and loyalty programs connected to Facebook Shops.
Zuckerberg stated that 95 percent of Facebook's employees were now working remotely, according to a survey of staff 50 percent of the employees stated that they were as productive working from home as they were at the office. The company joined Twitter, which has also said its employees can work from home indefinitely.
Facebook employees who wish to work remotely, and are approved to do so, will be paid based on their new location, Zuckerberg added.
CEO Jack Dorsey emailed employees Tuesday saying when offices do finally open their doors, workers can choose to come in or continue working from afar. The company will consider the strength of recent performance and experience level, among other things.
There are also some works _ in the case of Facebook, the most hard content review dealing with suicides, child abuse and other traumatizing material; sales; construction, updating and maintenance of data centers; lawyers who have to be in court and so on, that can't be done remotely. He says about 40 percent of the employees are interested to pursue full-time remote work.
The news is another sign work-from-home policies may be here to stay for the internet industry, which continues to operate despite COVID-19.
The company has been using a range of solutions to help its team members work from home, you can find out more details about this over at their website at the link below.
"I think it's really important to take a long-term approach to how we think about remote work because this is fundamentally about changing our culture in the way that we are all going to work long-term".
"Every organization will increasingly need the ability to control everything from manufacturing to sales to customer service", Nadella said this week at the company's Build Developer Conference. Facebook is indicating it'll lower the pay for staffers who move out of a city with a high cost of living.