Airbnb says its workers can now live and work from anywhere in up to 170 countries.
Part of this for them is they want people working remotely.
Airbnb's CEO says the staff salary won't change even when they move, and workers can stay at each location for up to 90 days.
I think the most interesting thing, to be honest, is probably that it is actually Airbnb doing that.
Gilles Bertaux is the CEO of video conferencing firm Livestorm, which can accommodate online meetings for anywhere from 3 to 10,000 people.
He says there needs to be a balance in all that we do.
Like everything in life you need to have balance, and I think for remote works is exactly the same.
You cannot be on one extreme or the other on the spectrum, you should have to find the right balance.
Airbnb said the most meaningful relationships are made in person, however, most of its staff will still have in-person team meetings once every quarter.
Airbnb says it just had its most productive two-year period in the company's history -- all while working remotely.