Every Work-From-Home Job That Provides Equipment

work from home equipment

If a company hires someone to work from home, that employee needs to have the right equipment. 

There are only a few options for providing equipment to remote workers. It’s pretty straightforward.

That’s about it. 

Today, we’ve created a database of all the companies – and jobs – that have publicly announced that they provide work-from-home equipment (and which tools they provide). 

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Work-From-Home Jobs That Provide Equipment

Here are all of the companies that provide equipment to work from home (beyond just a computer). Next to each company, you’ll see a link to find remote jobs at the organization.

Company

Jobs

Description

1Password

1Password

We'll set you up with all the tools and tech you need to do your best work. 

Allstate

Allstate

Allstate Launch 'Good Office Program' To Support Employees Working From Home Setups

Apple

Apple 

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.

Aptible

Aptible

We help you create your ideal office setup and provide any software you’ll need.

Articulate

Articulate

We're 100% remote—and always have been. We'll help set up your home office with awesome equipment and technology.

Automattic

Automattic
 
We offer home office setup and coworking allowances. Working from a coffee shop? You can use your coworking allowance for the requisite latte!

BroadPath

BroadPath

Effective August 2019, BroadPath provides a laptop, Bhive camera, USB wired headset, and USB hub. You are responsible for providing a 19” Monitor with VESA mount, ethernet cord, wired mouse, and keyboard (optional).

Chili Piper

Chili Piper

We equip you with any equipment/software/tech that you need to do your job effectively.

CroMetrics

CroMetrics

Laptop and Gear of Your Choice

Customer.io

Customer.io

We help you set up your home office and cover your monthly internet & phone costs. Plus, we’ll pay for a co-working space.

Digital Ocean

Digital Ocean

Mac? PC? Linux? We’ll hook up your rig with your preferred equipment. We provide $200 / month towards your internet and phone expenses.

Dozuki

Dozuki

To get you setup to work successfully we give each employee a dedicated budget. Mechanical keyboards are popular around here.

Dribbble

Dribbble

MacBook Pro (or Air) and all the tools you need to do a great job.

Feeld

Feeld

Laptop and home office equipment provided...

Fleetio

Fleetio

We supply all remote employees with a Mac Laptop, monthly catered lunches, and more.

Follow Up Boss

Follow Up Boss

Home office setup: Get a Macbook + $1000 to set up your home office.

Frontastic

Frontastic

We provide a laptop (of your choice) so you can choose the best environment for your work, and a working allowance.

Ghost

Ghost Pro

A new (and regularly refreshed) laptop for work + a $500 office workspace setup budget.

Harvest

Harvest

A company-issued computer that fits your role. And a standing desk and ergonomic chair after six months of getting settled into your role.

HelpScout

HelpScout

In addition to a laptop and the basics, we help fund your home office, co-working space, personal development, and more.

Hopin

Hopin

We give $1000 USD for Home-Office Set up and you can choose your favorite laptop - Mac or Dell

InVision

InVision

New hire home office budget with a refreshed home office budget after two years for an office chair, desk, or other equipment

Kopa

Kopa

We supply new equipment so you can do your best work and a home office or co-working allowance.

LaCalle Group

LaCalle Group

Professional development, charitable gift matching, wellness programs, office supplies, internet stipend, and a personal Mac computer – you get it all.

MoveOn

MoveOn

We provide a cell phone and internet stipend, a monthly home office subsidy, and everything you need to set up your home office, including a laptop, desk, and more. Additionally, we provide all our staff with paid health and wellness benefits and encourage them to take time away from their desks to stay healthy.

Sticker Mule

Sticker Mule

We’ll pay or provide you with all of the tools you need to do your job effectively. If you want to work from a standing desk just ask and we’ll get you one.

SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions

SYNQ3

We train and equip you for the job… which includes providing you with a computer. But more importantly… with SYNQ3, you’ll have an opportunity for a future. A future that will enable you to work from home for as long as you like.

TeamGantt

TeamGantt

Imagine working wherever you’re most productive. That place can be a home office, coffee shop, or coworking space—as long as it enables you to focus and work smart. We’ll even give you a $5,000 budget to help you set up shop so you can create your own perfect work environment.

Toggl

Toggl

Laptop and a €2,000 budget to set up your home office

Trafilea

Trafilea

We will provide or reimburse part of your hardware and software, depending on your needs.

Verizon

Verizon

Verizon will provide: A monthly monetary stipend for internet service, computer equipment, and desk and chair options after successful completion of training.

World Travel Holdings

World Travel Holdings

We will provide a computer, monitor, keyboard, mouse, phone, headset and webcam.

See Also: Every Company Offering Work From AnywhereProviding Home Office StipendsGoing Remote | Going HybridDoing A 4-Day Work Week 

 

Jobs That Provide Equipment Through Stipends

Some jobs don’t physically send the equipment (like the ones you see above), but they do send money so you can pick the equipment yourself.

We built that database of companies that provide stipends here. But below, you’ll see a sample of a few notable names that do it this way.

Company

Policy

Jobs

Source

Facebook

$1,000 one-time

LinkedIn

"There’s no single formula for helping with the home office expenses of your employees. Today, three tech leaders, Twitter, Facebook and Google, provide a flat $1000 for remote work expenses"

Google

$1,000 one-time

Memory.ai

"In May, Google paid their employees $1,000 to set up or improve their home office."

HSBC HongKong

HK$2,500 one-time

The Standard

"HSBC is offering its Hong Kong staff the opportunity to work as many as four days a week from home as well as a one-off allowance of HK$2,500 to help them set up office remotely. The move is the latest sign how the pandemic is transforming the role of the office in business life." Thanks to Angus Chang of Iupilon for the tip.

Indeed

$500 one-time

CNBC

"Also in March, job marketplace Indeed said it would reimburse its employees up to $500 for standing desks, chairs or lighting in their home."

Instacart

$600 one-time

Built In

"We have a $600 stipend for outfitting your home office, as well as monthly phone & internet reimbursement."

Reddit

$1,800 one-time

Levels.fyi

"Work in the office, remotely, or a combination of the two. Up to $1,800 reimbursed for home workspace."

Shopify

$1,000 one-time

CNBC

"E-commerce company Shopify announced in March that it would give its newly remote employees $1,000 to set up their new home office."

Twitter

$1,000 one-time

Perkup

"To assist employees in working from home, Twitter offers each of its remote employees a $1,000 home office stipend."

Uber

$500 one-time

Entrepreneur

"Uber told employees that they could work from home through June 2021 on August 4. Employees will also receive a $500 stipend to set up a home office."

Zillow

$450 one-time $150 monthly

Levels.fyi

"90% of employees may work from home at least part-time. $150 / home office reimbursement, $450 one-time home office set-up."

Read the full list here

 

Our Definition For Work-From-Home Equipment

Work-from-home equipment includes any tool (required or optional) to fulfill labor from where you live (not a company office or location). 

For this list, we did not include companies that only provide a computer. That list would be far too long. In this list, you’ll find the list of companies that go beyond the basic, required tool. 

 

We hope you find this article useful. Just so you know, Buildremote may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page to help keep this site running.

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Henry OLoughlin

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