70 employees reported this benefit
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
It depends on your manager whether you get to work from home at all or not. If your manager is old school, you won't be able to do it much. If your manager is flexible, you'll be able to work from home when it suits you (for the most part.
Best thing is how much the attitude has changed about WFH; the option is now frequently approved. Worst thing is that the policy is department/manager dependent so it can be erratically applied. (I understand that they're preserving flexibility as various groups have different work environments but the decision-making process is not always transparent.)
These opportunities have increased significantly in the last five years as the leadership saw them as both useful for individuals and for the organization. They're also has been an effort to help managers understand better how to supervise employees who are working from home part of the time
It is not the greatest work from home experience