37 employees reported this benefit
Most departments can work from home in some capacity. It's great for flexible schedules and the ability to work remote.
Depends on your department, but the company has a ton of people that work in and out of the office.
Only some departments and / or job positions allow this. The flexibility among jobs is not there - you have to negotiate days at home if you're in certain departments. All in all, they do better than average in this area.
The Junior Account Manager also has a remote option. You train at the office for 6-8 weeks and then do all of your work from home. You still have standard 8-5 hours. I've heard that you can also go from working in office to remote.
Most teams are flexible, and many people telecommute full-time. For my department, there is a lot of trust to take care of your life and get work done. If you work well from home, they're pretty flexible.
Working from home is very flexible for several positions. They are willing to work with your needs.
They set you up with your needs to work from home which is good since over half of our individuals work from home. It is great to have that sense of community of people you can learn from. You also can work flexible hours- including swing shifts.
Some employees work from home 100% of the time. Others work in office with the ability to work from home when needed.
They understand when life happens. One morning when my sink had a leak, I talked to my manager and he let me stay home and attend meetings remotely while I waited for the plumber to come by.