If they want to, yes.
But they might not want to.
Many people come to work because it’s good for the company. But programmers are programmers (i.e., introverts who like tinkering with computers) and they may find it more enjoyable to be in an office by themselves than socializing with coworkers all day long.”Programmers don’t make friends; we make code” — “Michael Dubric”), so they’re less likely than many other types of professions to struggle in isolation without human contact. Programmers also aren’t usually people facing burnout or unpredictable schedules that require Nannies or Home Care agencies – these fields often look at the amount you might travel, but programming is strictly indoors