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Dropbox is making its workforce 'virtual first.' Here's what that means

October 13, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Dropbox says it's becoming a "virtual first" company.

The company's nearly 3,000 employees will continue to work remotely most of the time, but will occasionally go into the office for more collaborative and team-building work.

"[Dropbox Studios] are really explicitly for things like strategy setting, team building, community events, leadership development training,"

What will the future of work look like for Dropbox employees?

It means that remote work is the primary experience for all of our employees globally.

It is different from what other companies are doing which is hybrid remote, which is really popular: This is where employees choose whether or not to work out of the office.

Dropbox Studios are not for individual work, it's not for drop-in or desk hoteling.

And so meetings for things like complex problems or sensitive topics we want to empower our employees to get work done without the need to be on a Zoom.

What does this mean for workers who don't want to work remote?

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