Revolut

From a start-up to a global Fin-Tech disruptor, Revolut has announced a new work policy that is among the most flexible adopted by major tech companies, as most organisations have reassessed their work practices following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Revolut announced it is allowing its workforce, which amounts to more than 2,000 worldwide, to work from abroad for up to two months each year once travel restrictions are lifted, with the aim of enabling employees to visit their families for longer periods of time.

Jim MacDougall, Vice-President of People at Revolut, said “As we’re eliminating frontiers within financial services, it made sense to align our internal policy with our product mission.”

“Our employees asked for flexibility and that’s what we’re giving them as part of our ongoing focus on employee experience and choice,” he continued in a statement.

Revolut – the UK’s fastest-growing Fin-Tech company – added that the working abroad policy will comply with the guidelines of the national health authorities at both the employee’s country of departure and arrival.

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