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Depending on how you like to work from home, ETS is pretty great for providing structure without feeling intrusive. There are no apps to download to track your every movement, but you do have a supervisor during your scheduled hours and you get two 15 minutes breaks and one 30 minute (unpaid) lunch in an 8 hour shift.
It's completely up to your management if you get to work from home. Which leads to inconsistent practices across the company.
Working from home is great. However, it was better. The recent pay cut of 4 dollars per hours makes me question whether it is worth it.
ETS has a lenient work from policy.
You're micromanaged and secretly surveilled. Never given any idea what the standards are.
I was hired as a full time remote employee. (Started off as a remote contractor.) Good technology support for remote stagf and for local staff to work from home.
Raters work remotely, very nice.
Although the company as a whole endorses this idea, ability to work from home depends on job responsibilities (lots of client interface would probably not be eligible) and unfortunately, the individual manager's preferences.
Working from home, of course, offers a better work/life balance.
I love working from home