VICE Media Group is the world’s largest independent youth media company. Launched in 1994, VICE has offices in 35 cities across the globe with a focus on five key businesses: VICE.com, an award-winning international network of digital content; VICE STUDIOS, a feature film and television production studio; VICE TV, an Emmy-winning international television network; a Peabody award-winning NEWS division with the most Emmy-awarded nightly news broadcast; and VIRTUE, a global, full-service creative agency with 25 offices around the world. VICE Media Group’s portfolio includes Refinery29, the leading global media and entertainment company focused on women; PULSE Films, a London-based next-generation production studio with outposts in Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Berlin; and i-D, a global digital and bimonthly magazine defining fashion and contemporary culture.
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VICE Media Group have implemented a new hybrid approach, which requires employees to be in the office Tuesday - Thursday, with the other days working from home. Alongside their hybrid approach, the youth media group also allow employees the option to start and finish at different time; core hours are usually 10am-4pm.
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💡VICE Media group allows employees to finish early on Fridays.
💡The group have created a whole guide to hybrid working to give candidates and employees a deeper understanding on their new way of working
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💡Flexible & remote working contracts upon request
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