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At GiveDirectly, we value flexibility and giving staff the time and space to do what they need to maintain a work/life balance. To that end, we offer unlimited paid leave. We also moved our central support team to be "remote first" Flexibility – Our work at GiveDirectly can be intense, high stakes, and fast-paced. Because of this, it is important to us to enable team members to have the flexibility they need to care for themselves and their families. “Remote first” allows team members to better maintain and maximize their self and family-care routines. Sustainability – We believe “remote first” will be more sustainable for the organization than our pre-COVID in-person work model, given 1) the model will allow us to grow our office spaces more gradually over time, even as we hire on more new team members, and 2) we expect the benefits of “remote first” to increase retention of our team members (cutting down on costs of turnover and hiring).
Partly Flexible : Our typical work schedule is Monday through Friday, but within that, staff are able to set their own work hours. We require that staff set their hours with at least 3 hours of overlap with East Africa time.
From Monday to Friday : Our typical work schedule is Monday through Friday, but within that, staff are able to set their own work hours. We require that staff set their hours with at least 3 hours of overlap with East Africa time.
Staff on our Global Shared Services team are eligible for unlimited paid time off, and we encourage a minimum of ~4 weeks. Resting and rejuvenation is part of our strategy to do our best work for recipients.
How? Contractual flexibility
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