Belay is now seeking Virtual Assistants to work from home. These jobs are available in U.S. Their VAs are considered contractors. You will need to provide a background check. What you will be doing? Managing calendars and emails for executives. Scheduling conferences, meetings and travel. Manage social media platforms Skills required (from job listing) A genuine desire to make your client ridiculously successful. Extremely self-motivated – can you manage your own time and be self-disciplined in order to get things done? Proactive, pragmatic, and resourceful problem solver – when in doubt, Google it! Ability to manage confidential information Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet or beat deadlines with no errors Tech savvy (Dropbox, MS Office, Google Docs, Evernote, Asana, Expensify, CRMs, etc.) ,and if you don’t know it, can you learn it? Life-long learner – you thrive on learning new tools The ability to deliver excellent customer service and care, externally and internally The aptitude to accurately assess the urgency of an eM, project or request; in turn, respond swiftly and complete the request expeditiously Ability to be available to your client during regular business hours, Monday through Friday Exhibit the confidence and composure needed to let your client know “You’ve got this!” For more information and to apply please go to their Work From Home Job Listing and scroll down to apply.
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When it comes to work-from-home jobs, the possibilities are endless. Over the past 10 years, technology has allowed more and more tasks to be performed remotely. And more and more companies and contractors are turning to work from home job opportunities due to increased flexibility and reduction in costs – for both sides. If you […] The post 150 Work From Home Jobs – The Big List You Won’t Want to Miss appeared first on The Work at Home Wife.
Looking for no fee work at home jobs? You’re in luck. There are plenty of work from home jobs out there that won’t cost you a single penny. And that’s good news because, 99.9% of the time, you should never, ever pay to work at home. Remember, when you look for a job outside of the home, you don’t have to pay to get hired. There are no startup fees or administrative fees or training fees or any other type of fees you have to pay when getting a job in real life. And the same hold trues for work-from-home jobs! There are only a handful of exceptions to the don’t pay to work-from-home rule (like independent agent jobs with companies like LiveOps). But, generally speaking, if someone asks you to pay to learn a program or to invest in a system, chances are, it’s a scam. Don’t do it! So, when you’re worried about scams and still wondering about no fee work at home jobs, where do you turn to? No problem, I’ve got you covered! Here are 20+ companies that pay you to work from home (and won’t charge you a single penny to do it!) Amazon Amazon is one of the largest e-retailers in the world. And, to keep the billions of annual shoppers happy, they regularly hire work-from-home reps. Amazon Virtual Customer Service Reps are responsible for answering emails, live chats, and phone calls. You may help customers with a billing question, help track a package, or answer general questions about products. Apple Own an iPad, Mac, or iPhone? You’d make a great At-Home Advisor for Apple, which happens to be one of the many great no fee work at home jobs in customer service and support. A day in the life of an At-Home Advisor for Apple can vary based on the type of caller on the other line. But, mostly, you answer incoming calls and help Apple users with product questions and general support. American Express American Exress is a well-known provider of credit cards. If you’ve ever been an AmEx cardholder, you know…
By Holly Reisem Hanna For me, knowing that I wanted to be an entrepreneur was the easy part. Figuring out what I wanted to do was the hard part. I read books and looked online, but I didn’t truly understand all of the different opportunities that were available. Without knowing what to search for, I […] The post 99 Work-at-Home Career Ideas for Women appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
You know you want to work from home. And you’re pretty sure you have what it takes to be a remote worker. But did you know that there are a specific set of traits that employers look for when making remote hiring decisions? It’s true! Because remote work is a lot different than a traditional office job, there are a few things you need in your work-from-home arsenal to be a standout remote work candidate. Sure, an up-to-date computer and high-speed Internet give you the proper home office setup, but what about you professionally? What skills are needed to be a standout remote candidate? Of course, this answer will largely depend on the type of career you’re after. Designers will need to be able to navigate Photoshop like a pro while customer service reps needs some of the best communication skills in the game to maintain grace under pressure. With that being said, there are some soft skills and hard skills that are universally shared by nearly all remote workers. These skills are what makes them able to successfully manage a career that doesn’t require them to report to an office day in and day out. Before you throw your hat into the ring as a remote candidate, it’s time to make sure you’ve got the know-how to competently tread the remote-work waters. A Day In The Life Of A Remote Worker Take it from someone who’s been working remotely for the better part of a decade, a remote workday is relatively uneventful. Just like office jobs, there’ll be a steady stream of emails, meetings, projects to work on, deadlines, and interactions with coworkers. But, because you’re doing everything out of the office, you’ll need a number of skills and tools to successfully manage your day, collaborate with colleagues, and tackle any task thrown your way without so much as batting an eyelash. In fact, a lot of these skills and know-how are specifically sought out by hiring managers and remote recruiters, believing them to be the cornerstone of remote working success. Writing Because most of your communication will be…