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Looking for a better Work-Life balance? These 7 cos. want you to WFH

As professionals demand work flexibility, more and more Global companies are giving employees the opportunity to ‘work from home’. There are currently 3.3 million workers in the U.S. that work from home full time and many more interested in this type of work flexibility.

We bring you a list of such employee friendly companies:

  • VMwareVMware is a software company that offers cloud and virtualization software and services to unify a company’s private, managed, and public clouds.
  • Nielson: Active in over 100 countries worldwide, Nielsen is an information and Measurement Company based in New York, New York that provides data and analysis on consumer behavior. The company offers solutions to meet the needs of the changing consumer markets.
  • Wells FargoWells Fargo provides a diverse range of financial services, such as banking, insurance, investments, mortgages, and consumer and business finance. The company employs over 280,000 individuals across more than 80 businesses.
  • PAREXEL: A global biopharmaceutical services organization for the development and commercialization of medical therapies throughout the world. The company provides expertise-based contract research, consulting, medical communications, and technology solutions and services
  • SAPSAP was a trailblazer in the corporate software industry and continues to be a leading software company, with clients spread over 100’s of countries round the World.
  • SalesforceSalesforce is an American cloud computing company that claims to have the #1 customer relationship management (CRM) solution through its cloud-based tools. Its service is broken into various parts: the Analytics Cloud, the App Cloud, the Community Cloud etc.
  • Kaplan: Kaplan provides test preparation materials for all levels of education. The company, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has grown to also offer services in online higher education and professional training.

In addition, there are several other companies that are now encouraging employees to Work from their homes, including the largest car maker Toyota. It is a win-win situation for both employers as well as the employees; as it provides less cost of operation to the former whereas more flexibility to the latter.