65 employees reported this benefit
Very flexible and offer many roles that are strictly remote/WFH.
The ability to telecommute is leveraged to provide a flexible and productive work environment. Being a technology and digital focused company it is natural the the organization would make the best use of modern technological capabilities.
Best: Enough people are working remotely on my team that it's just "assumed" that people are doing so, so it's not particularly awkward when weird things happen in the background since it's not at an office. It also means everyone's got a casual disposition and dress code. I hate having to wear anything more formal than T-shirts, and this fits me great. There's even a home office budget to help set up your house for work from home, should you choose to do this. Con: It's hard to separate work from home mentally, since I use the same desk in the same place in the house for both my work laptop and my home PC.
Remote works well depending on the team. But don't expect to be promoted.
Best thing is that they supplement your home office with $1000. I was able to get a nice sitting/standing desk for home use and it makes it easy to be a professional in my own home.
Health Catalyst is very willing to allow team members to work from home and offers a stipend to purchase home office equipment.
You can work from home any time you see fit. They even go as far as to reimburse for home office supplies (up to a certain dollar amount).
Because there are a lot of remote employees, the experience of being remote is pretty good. Would suggest improving SLC infrastructure to make the experience better (phones in conference rooms, for example).
For the most part, the philosophy appears to be that working remotely is an option.
Health catalyst is very flexible about working locations. If you can make it to one of their offices … great. If not, not a problem. I work in the SLC office and half of my team works from home on a daily basis.