Your work from home pay will not be the same as your office pay. How Google pays
Businesses around the world are holding back new changes to accommodate disruption caused by the covid-19 pandemic. As virus-induced lockdown recedes in various countries, companies are adjusting pay structures to reflect emerging work scenarios – moving from a hybrid work culture to permanent remote work.
What Google plans
Google on Tuesday unveiled a platform that allows its employees to calculate pay and benefits for remote work, and how that would change if they moved to a cheaper – or more expensive city.
Employees have the freedom
With the company’s new hybrid workplace, “more and more employees are considering where they live and how they work,” a Google spokesperson said in response to an AFP survey.
Google, which employs some 140,000 people worldwide, expects that, in the post-pandemic work model, 60% of its employees will meet in offices a few days a week and 20% of its employees will be in. new offices.
The remaining 20% of “Googlers” should work from home, according to the spokesperson.
Your salary is based on city costs
The new workplace tool will show workers how their pay will be adjusted based on their location, as the pay is based on the cost of living in the places and tailored to local labor markets.
Sundar Pichai advocates flexibility
Google chief executive Sundar Pichai spoke of a need for flexibility around remote work and location changes as tech companies reopen campuses abandoned during the pandemic.
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