83 employees reported this benefit
This is the only benefit of working for ETS as an Online Rater.
The only con is the sense of isolation. We used to meet up face to face for professional development, but everything is done via skype now without video. So, I don't know how more than my half of my colleagues look like. This has of course improved my listening and reading skills to detect emotions that I would have normally observed through facial expressions or body language.
There's no office to check in to, so it's solely work from home. Also, one supplies their own computer, internet and phone service: The employee pays for their own home office essentially.
Work life balance maintained. Carbon footprint for employee and employer reduced.
It varies from department to department, but for me, it's highly flexible. We have two full-time staff on our team who work from home all the time.
The best thing is that I can work from home with shifts that accommodate my schedule.
Flexible but variable hours, decent pay for work from home position.
The job is 100% work from home and you can communicate with the Scoring Leader through phone or online. No commute.
Nice to work from home but some of the Scoring Leaders are horrible.
Generally positive feelings among managers toward wfh, at least in moderation