Urban planner salaries and plans in the UK are set to fall, with more people switching to online work.
Trimet says it will continue to offer flexible working hours in the future.
Trimmet said in a statement: We are continuing to make the transition to online scheduling and are looking to create a new digital workplace for all our employees.
We have had a strong response to the new Trimet plan and we are excited about the potential of our new digital work arrangements.
The company said it would continue to focus on hiring more people with online experience.
The rise in online jobs in the past few years has been attributed to the rise in the number of people working remotely.
In 2015, the average worker in the United Kingdom spent an average of 2.8 hours a week working remotely, according to the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
More than 2.6 million people work remotely in the US, according a report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and it said that by 2020, about 3.5 million people will work from home or on the internet.
“The rise of the internet has meant that people are using it to work remotely and to do so for more hours than ever before,” said Trimet Chief Executive Chris Anderson.
Online schedules, including flexible working arrangements, have been available to employees since 2008, but Trimet introduced them in 2014, when it became the first major UK employer to offer them.
Since then, the UK’s job market has seen an increase in demand for people who work remotely, as well as the rise of other online companies.
A spokesperson for Trimet said: “We have seen an increasing number of employers offering flexible working to their employees.
In the UK, Trimet has been offering flexible scheduling since 2008.
Trimet has seen a significant rise in demand from companies looking to hire workers from outside the UK.
As we continue to see the need for more flexible work arrangements, we are looking at introducing more flexible working for all of our staff.”
Trimmet added: “As the number and size of companies offering flexible work has increased, we have had an increasing amount of applications for flexible working.
We are continually improving our flexible scheduling and have worked hard to create new arrangements for our staff that will ensure we continue offering flexible schedules to all of the employees we work with.”