At Electronic Arts, we exist to Inspire the World to Play. We create extraordinary new game experiences for our millions of players everywhere by bringing together talented people that combine creativity, innovation, and passion. We know that our strength lies in the diversity of our people. We immerse our employees into an inclusive culture, and provide opportunities for learning and leading that allow them to do the most impactful and rewarding work of their careers.
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Electronic Art's Flexible Working policy provides greater working flexibility with options such as remote working as well as paid caregiver leave for eligible employees.
What we love about Electronic Arts:
💡 Offers flexibility for their teams, ensuring that employees' needs, as well as the needs of the business, are balanced.
💡 EA offers paid leave for new parents and caregivers.
💡 Doesn't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to working.
What is worth checking with Electronic Arts:
💡 Not every employee may be eligible for flexible working options such as remote work.
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Our goal with our new Flexible Working policy is to provide greater working flexibility for our teams in a way that balances the needs of our business, our players, and our employees.
We moved all of our offices and studios to a Work From Home (WFH) status in March, and WFH status is still in effect for most of our locations across the world. It is expected that 90% of our employees will continue temporarily working from home until approximately March 2021. We recognize that there will be a period of uncertainty as to the timing of when employees can return to their offices, and we will provide regular updates on site reopening plans and long term remote work options over the coming months.
Relocation timing will generally be tied to the lifting of travel restrictions, site reopening, and return to office timing for a given employee, unless there are personal or business reasons to relocate earlier. Most relocations will be “Delayed Relocations,” meaning most employees will start working remotely from their current location temporarily if feasible, before ultimately relocating to the new destination location. Our objective is to provide flexibility for employees and managers to agree on when is the ideal time for employees to physically be in the new location.