6 companies that help pay for employee vacations—and are now hiring remotely
If you're looking for a flexible job that will allow you to work remotely and help you afford your commute, these six companies are right for you, according to FlexJobs:
Employees receive $2,000 in travel credits each year that can be used to book stays or experiences on the Airbnb platform.
As part of the firm's "paid vacation" policy, BambooHR offers its employees an annual stipend of $2,000 to cover vacation expenses such as airfare and hotel rooms.
Employees receive an annual vacation pay of $1,000 that can be used toward hotels, flights, or rental cars.
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Employees are entitled to an annual vacation pay of $750 starting on their first day on the job.
Tripadvisor reimburses employees for personal travel as part of its global lifestyle benefit. The amount paid for eligible services and products is based on years of service, CNBC previously reported.
The streaming platform offers its employees unlimited time off, as well as a $2,000 annual vacation bonus.