At Reddit, the Future of Work Is Remote

Chief people officer Nellie Peshkov discusses eliminating cost-of-living pay compensation


The pandemic is far from over—and neither is this spell of remote working—but Reddit isn’t waiting to make bold decisions about what its workforce will look like when it is.

In October, the company announced that its 700 employee-strong workforce across six offices globally can work remotely long after the pandemic subsides, a decision that its executives hope will give employees more flexibility in their personal lives. 

Additionally, Reddit announced it will eliminate cost-of-living adjustments for different locations in the United States.

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