Facebook and Google have said they will let employees continue working from home for the rest of the year.
The tech giants have announced plans to reopen their offices soon, but offer more flexibility for working from home.
Google initially said it would keep its homework policy until June 1, but is extending it for another seven months.
Facebook has announced that it will reopen its offices on July 6, as blockages against coronaviruses are gradually lifted.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that employees who must return to the office will start doing so starting in July with enhanced security measures.
But the majority of employees who can do their work from home will be able to do it until the end of the year, added Pichai.
The announcement coincides with that of Facebook as more and more companies begin to deploy their return-to-work strategies.
“Facebook has taken a new step in its return to work philosophy. Today, we announced that anyone who could do their work remotely could choose to do it until the end of the year, “said a spokesperson. “As you can imagine, the situation is changing as employees and their families make important decisions about returning to work. “
Facebook is still in the process of determining which employees will be invited to attend, the spokeswoman added.
The social media platform was one of the first tech companies to ask employees to start working remotely. Facebook gave employees bonuses of $ 1,000 (£ 807) for their homework and child care expenses.
The trend of working from home may suit some businesses as they rethink their office space to meet new guidelines on social distancing. Some employees are nervous about going back to work in the midst of a global pandemic.