Ability to work from home will depend on your manager and position.
Perhaps the best thing is the time at work policy which is quite progressive. But then it's the benefit we offer from our products :-) Also, with staff all over the world, most of your team may be located elsewhere. Generally, if you want to get work done, you can work from home. If you want to know what is happening on your project, you need to spend time in the office.
Extremely flexible to work from home however that also mean you work a lot more.
They have finally allowed us to do so 1 day a week but our slogan is "work is something we do, not a place we go" well we don't exactly practice that.
My boss was fantastic about this policy. Citrix's products allow you to work from anywhere, but the overall policy of the company was to be in the office. Work from Home was delved out as more of a reward instead of practicing what we preached to our customers.
Love the ability to work from home in the event personal issues come up of if you just want to be comfortable.
If you have a job that does not require much interaction with your fellow employees, if you are not in management and if you have earn the company's trust, it is a very good deal. There are people working all over the US working from home.
We're a work from home company, yet some managers don't like remote employees and don't allow it. A contradiction.
Because of these Citrix products support mobile workplace, your can select your workplace flexibly.
Most managers were onboard, but it naturally depended on your position/performance. It's what they sell so they should technically all be on board.