10 Best Companies to Work From Home in United Kingdom

On January 23rd, when the city of Wuhan went into lockdown due to Coronavirus (Covid-19), the whole world is changing. Within a month, thousands of employees around the UK were working from home. But although the way in which organizations work had altered dramatically – possibly forever – the threat actors were still out there. And as working modes change, so do the risks.

Even after the crisis eases, most popular companies may let home working to be continued. That would affect an entire ecosystem, from transit to restaurants to shops. Not to mention the tax base.

Work from home the growing trend of employees who don’t walk into a traditional office each weekday morning, instead opting to work remotely part- or full-time from home, abroad, or a well-designed coworking space in the name of flexibility, technological progress, and productivity. It can turn to be the next-gen lifestyle.

Workdays for us don’t look that different from a conventional company, honestly, with the exception maybe of the way we run our projects. Despite the fact that we’re working remotely, there are still team meetings, water cooler-esque chatter in various Slack channels, lunch breaks. We just do it from far-flung places like London, Manchester, Glasgow, and Cardiff.

Months back it was different, but now, working from home is the job dream situation for millions of workers. But it may surprise you to know there are literally hundreds of companies providing opportunities to do just that.

I’d have to practically write a book to cover the specific details of all 100 companies. But instead, I’m going to focus on the ten best jobs from home, drawing from that list.

Let’s look at the top ten best companies offering work from home from the Lerip UK – Companies list in some detail.

 

1. Apple

Apple now offering remote jobs in the UK and also letting its current employees stay home and work.

If you love exploring the ways technology helps you do all your favorite things, you’ll probably be great at sharing your knowledge with others. That’s what you’ll do every day as an Apple At Home Advisor. And with each customer conversation you have, it becomes clear: You’re not just supporting technology. You’re supporting people.

Comfort, convenience, and a no-hassle commute are all reasons people like to work from home. But if it sounds casual, make no mistake — this is a professional role. You’ll need a quiet, distraction-free work space with a door you can shut, an ergonomic chair, a desk for the iMac (and headset) we’ll provide, and your own network connection. Working from home isn’t for everyone, but if you’re confident, disciplined, and self-motivated, home can be a place where work and life don’t clash — they collaborate.

Apple UK Ltd provides computer services. The Company provides sales support, marketing, and technical support services. Apple UK provides desktop and notebook personal computers, servers, and peripheral displays, multimedia and operating system software, wireless networking equipment, portable multimedia players, and wireless handsets.

2. IBM

At IBM, work is more than a job – it’s a calling: To build. To design. To code. To consult. To think along with clients and sell. To make markets. To invent. To collaborate. Not just to do something better, but to attempt things you’ve never thought possible.

Working from home is a lot more comfortable for the people. Employees can save a great deal of time and money since they do not have to travel so often, which means people will have more time for work and for themselves, too. Less traveling will also help reduce traffic jams. Besides, working at home does not mean staying inside all day long, people can choose to work in their garden, backyard or in a coffee shop, wherever makes them feel convenient to work. Moreover, employees are under less stress since they get to decide when to work and when to take rest. These things will help giving out better performance to tasks.

IBM produces and sells computer hardware, middleware, and software, and provides hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.

3. Philips

Philips is a global diversified company founded in 1891. It is a leading provider of acute care, home healthcare, oral healthcare, lighting applications, contemporary art, watches and jewelry, photographs, and energy-efficient lighting solutions for global markets.

Philips gives remote job opportunities to the candidates and it’s current employees so that they could concentrate on the projects and make it better.

Philips is organized into three main divisions: Philips Consumer Health, Well-being, and Philips Professional Healthcare. Philips has a primary listing on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange and is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.

4. Appen

Appen Limited is a publicly traded company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange under the code APX. Appen provides or improves data used for the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence products. Data types include speech and natural language data, image and video data, text and alphanumeric data and relevance data to improve search and social media engines.

5. Hitachi

During this pandemic, Hitachi providing remote jobs to it’s current workers and the debut candidates.

Hitachi, Ltd.  is a Japanese multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. It is the parent company of the Hitachi Group  and formed part of the Nissan zaibatsu and later DKB Group of companies before DKB merged into the Mizuho Financial Group. Hitachi operates eleven business segments, ranging from Information & Telecommunication Systems to Construction Machinery.

6. Transcom

Transcom is from Stockholm, Sweden. Transcom specializes in customer experiences. Its offerings include customer care, sales, technical support, and credit management services. Transcom serves more than 350 international brands in a variety of verticals, such as financial services, media, telecommunications, travel, and retail.

7. Wipro

Wipro is a global outsourcing, consulting, and information technology firm that offers remote international jobs. It provides clients in over 175 cities with peerless technology-driven business solutions. The company has received the “Best Managed IT Services” award and has been named one of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies.”

Recently, Wipro is giving home based job opportunities.

Recent remote jobs:

  • Senior Consultant, Marketing Cloud
  • Salesforce Technical Lead
  • MuleSoft Architect

8. Pearson

Pearson is a British publicly traded international learning company offering an extensive range of content, tools, products, and services for educators and learners of all ages. The company works closely with teachers, students, authors, researchers, and thought leaders to create tools and services that improve education. It is located in London.

9. NTT Group

NTT Group is one of the largest information and communications technology companies in the world. Its mission is to accelerate digital transformation for customers by providing high-quality, value-added services that enrich society in the realms of artificial intelligence, big data, and the Internet-of-Things.

10. BCD Travel

BCD Travel is a travel consultant company with operations in more than 110 countries. BCD Travel employs some 12,000 professionals who help individual travelers, procurement managers, and executives meet travel and leisure goals. BCD Travel is situated in Netherlands.

Recent remote jobs:

  • Customer Service Representative
  • International Travel Consultant
  • Corporate Travel Program Administrator
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