BY ADRIAN GRANZELLA LARSSEN
Even companies that operate fully remotely try to find ways to bring their employees together in person a few times a year.
Or at least they did, pre-COVID-19.
Take health-coaching and behavioral-change platform Noom, which reported 2.5 million users and $237 million in revenue last year and is continuing to expand, according to a spokesperson. The company employs 1,700 full-time coaches across the country, all of whom work remotely.
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