There are still plenty of remote-first companies hiring right now, despite the frosty hiring climate. It's no secret that the last few years have proven that remote-first work is here to stay, or at least from the employee's perspective. As a company that's been remote from the get-go, we're all about helping you land the remote job of your dreams.
So what is "Remote-first" anyway? See below for how to decision which structure works best for you.
Understanding the Distinctions: Remote-First, Hybrid, and Onsite Jobs
Remote-First: In a remote-first model, companies prioritize and promote remote work as the primary mode of operation. Employees are granted the flexibility to work from home or any location that suits their needs. While physical office spaces may still exist, the emphasis is on providing a robust remote work infrastructure that facilitates seamless communication and collaboration.
Hybrid: Hybrid companies strike a balance between remote and onsite work arrangements. Within this framework, some team members operate remotely, leveraging digital tools for communication, while others maintain a physical presence at designated office spaces. The hybrid approach aims to combine the advantages of remote work, such as increased flexibility, with the benefits of in-person collaboration and team dynamics.
Onsite: In contrast, onsite jobs require employees to work primarily from physical office locations designated by the company. This traditional setup fosters face-to-face interactions, real-time collaboration, and a cohesive office environment. Now, check out some trailblazing companies below to see if any piqued your interest.
Rundoo exists to improve the marketplace for building materials.
Latitude AI is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ford Motor Company that develops automated driving technologies.
Tech and Software
Beans.ai is a full stack location solution. They help you solve e-commerce experience for your customers from checkout to delivery.
Kikoff’s mission is to create fair, effective, and simple financial pathways to help 100M Americans reach their financial goals.
Whatnot is the largest livestream shopping platform in the U.S., connecting buyers and sellers in real-time across any category – from collectibles like trading cards to comics, fashion, sneakers, and more.
Design and Creative
Cotiviti’s mission is to improve the healthcare system through our combination of advanced technology, data analytics, and specialized expertise.
Dremio is The Easy and Open Data Lakehouse, providing self-service analytics with data warehouse functionality and data lake flexibility across all of your data.
Figma is a design platform for teams who build products together. Born on the Web, Figma helps teams create, share, test, and ship better designs from start to finish.
Business and Marketing
Founded by Alex Lieberman and Austin Rief in 2015, Morning Brew originally started as a fun business newsletter passed out around campus. We've since amassed an audience of 6 million subscribers across our various channels.