Google has recently launched a platform that allows its employees to calculate remuneration and benefits for remote services
Companies around the world are reintroducing new changes to include the disruption caused by the covid-19 epidemic.
As virus-induced closures are declining in various countries, companies are taking exhibition facilities to reflect emerging work conditions – changing from hybrid work ethic to permanent work.
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Google on Tuesday unveiled a platform that allows its employees to calculate long-term wages and benefits of work, and how this will change if they move to a less expensive – or more expensive – city.
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With the company’s new location operating, “many employees are considering where they live and how they work,” a Google spokesman said in response to an AFP investigation.
Google, which employs about 140,000 people worldwide, expects that in the post-accident work environment, about 60 percent of its employees meet in offices a few days a week, and 20 percent of its employees will be in new office space.
The remaining 20% of “Googlers” are expected to work from home, according to a spokesman for the department.