Work isn’t somewhere you go, it’s something you do

We give our people the freedom to work where they work best, wherever that may be.

Some of us work better in the office. Some of us are more productive at home. And many of us find we’re most effective when we have options. Here at Spotify, we don’t just recognize that one-desk-doesn’t-fit-all. We celebrate it with a Work From Anywhere Program that allows you to do just that.

We believe we’re happier and more productive when we have the freedom to choose where we work. It helps us find better ways to communicate and collaborate with one another. It means we can work with the very best people for the job, regardless of what city or country they call home. It helps us to become a more diverse place to work, a place that can flex with our people as their lives and ambitions change. And perhaps best of all, it supports a better work-life balance. A life-work balance.

How it works

It’s simple, choose to work where you work best. Whether that’s mostly in the office, or at home.

Step 1

Title:Choose your location

Stay where you are or make a change. We’re flexible when it comes to our people moving locations within their region. If it makes sense for your role, we can explore that during the interview process.

Step 2

Title:Choose your work mode

You can choose to spend the majority of your time in the environment that suits you. That could mean a Spotify office, a co-working space, or your own home. Simply put, you work where you work best.

Still curious?

With Covid-19, how is Spotify handling going into the office and vaccines?

Can I really work from anywhere?

Can I work remotely anywhere in the world?

Will Spotify support me with office equipment if I choose to work from home?

Will I get access to the same learning opportunities if I choose to work remotely?

Where can I find out more about regions?

How do you maintain belonging in a virtual world?

And there’s more

Work From Anywhere is the future of working at Spotify. And we’re pretty excited about it. If you want to know more about our reasons behind making the change to dynamic working, and how we think it’ll benefit our people and our business, then head to our dedicated HR blog.