What else could I look for?
Since WFH only works if your work wants it to, look for companies that have budgets for home internet, tech and ergonomic set-ups.
Work-from-anywhere programs take WFH further. Some firms, like KPMG, set a limit (eight weeks), and some firms are Buffer: a social media management company that shells out for an accountant to help employees who spend so much time in a foreign country that they need to pay taxes.
Job sharing—when two part-time employees share the work of one full-time position—is a good way to work reduced hours while staying in a position that matches your experience and skillset. PwC and Imperial Oil both offer it.