Multinational giants like Airbnb and Pinterest are strongly in favor of remote or hybrid work, despite the reversal of the telecommuting trend of the pandemic years in favor of returning to the office.
Telecommuting: Amazon, Meta and Disney are calling workers into the office
With a large number of workers still preferring to work remotely, companies have good reason to prefer telecommuting or the hybrid model, hoping to attract new talent.
In the US, technology, marketing, and healthcare are the industries with the most telecommuting jobs. And since many multinational giants are headquartered in the transatlantic superpower, some career opportunities open up for people living hundreds of kilometers away from the physical headquarters of the companies in question, in various parts of the world, including Greece.
Industry: HubSpot is an industry company.
Remote work plans: HubSpot employees have two flexible work options: 1) flexible, which means going to the office 2 or fewer days a week, or 2) at home, which means 100% telecommuting. The plan, which began in 2021, also allows employees to change their option once a year.
Recent Remote Jobs: Product Designer
Industry: Social media
Employees have the flexibility to work from where they want, with options for office work.
Recent Remote Jobs: Director of Trade Partnerships and Metrics, Director of Design
Industry: music, broadcasting
Remote Work Plans: Spotify’s Work From Anywhere program, which launched in February 2021, offers remote, custom, and hybrid options for employees, as well as more flexible living options if an employee wants to relocate.
Recent Remote Jobs: International Development Manager, Head of Partnerships
Remote Work Plans: Under Airbnb’s “live and work anywhere” model, which launched in April 2022, employees can work remotely or from one of Airbnb’s offices. Employees also have the option to work up to three months a year from more than 170 countries.
Recent Remote Job Openings: Legal Counsel
Remote work plans: Dropbox’s “virtual first” program, which launched in April 2021, envisions employees working remotely at least 90% of the time and only being asked to come to the office for business meetings. occasional team events, such as happy hours and special training sessions. .
Recent Remote Jobs: Strategic Resources Associate
Remote Work Plans: A flexible work arrangement in effect since early 2020.
Recent Remote Jobs: Marketing Analytics Lead
Industry: Social media
Remote Work Plans: Pinterest employees can work in all 50 US states or the country/region of the local Pinterest office based on the company’s “PinFlex” model, which launched in April 2022.
All employees are expected to visit a Pinterest office at least once a year for “culture-building” activities, according to the company’s website.
Additionally, all full-time employees who have worked at Pinterest for at least six months may work outside of their country of employment for up to nine months per year (three months per country). Employees with less than six months of service can do this for up to 30 days total.
Recent Remote Jobs: Product Analyst, Data Scientist
Remote Work Plans: Instacart’s “Flex First” model, announced in May 2022, allows more than 70% of its corporate employees to choose between working from home, from the office, or a combination of both. Workers can live anywhere in the country where they have a work permit, with few exceptions.
Recent Remote Job Openings: Business Consultant
Remote Work Plans – which allow employees to work up to 90 days per calendar year from another location (state or city) within their country of employment.
Recent Remote Jobs: Front Operations Associate, Partner Account Executive
Industry: oInternet, telecommunications
Remote Work Plans: Launched in February 2021, Verizon’s Work Forward program allows employees to choose between working from home, onsite, or in a hybrid environment. There is no company-wide mandate for when or how often hybrid workers need to be in the office.