Correction: In a previous version of this article, Pinterest’s Makeathon event was misidentified.
Amid mass reports of companies — and the federal government — requiring workers to return to the office, one social media player is leaning into flexibility.
Known as a haven for creatives and DIY-ers, Pinterest marked the one-year anniversary of its flexible work model this summer. Dubbed PinFlex, the initiative encourages employees who work remotely to do so from wherever they want. In turn, the company covers travel and expenses for outlying workers when they do need to come into the office.