Canva will require its employees to come into the office only eight times a year as the company abolishes formal rules around in-person attendance, Business Insider reported.
The online graphic-design platform announced its plans following internal research that showed 79 percent of its teams said they felt productive working from home, with 81 percent wanting to continue balancing remote work and in-person attendance, the news site wrote, citing a company announcement.
The Australian-based company’s policy will not assign strict requirements for balancing in-person and remote work, it added.
Canva’s approach also will feature a “meeting-free Wednesday,” along with perks outside the office.
“We believe traditional workplaces will become the exception when it comes to the future of work,” Canva was cited as saying in the statement.