Seems like something the free market should easily solve - as it probably does. I've never seen a company do this. Only heard about it once or twice on forum posts. And I've looked through tonnes of remote job postings. So companies that do this are really in the minority. I've worked remotely for most of the last 5 years.
GitLab and Buffer are the two most prominent and both have their calculators available for the world to see. Github and others have the policy, but don't make it or the calculation public. They're in the minority, yes (maybe?), but there are enough prominent ones that it's worth calling out.
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