Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Work at home job leads Jan 31

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Work at Home Remote Order Specialists North Dakota

Seeking trained/skilled job developer for disabled Portland OR

Medical Biller/AR Follow-up San Fransisco

Seeking Event Coordinators San Fransisco

Telecommute Outbound Calling Reps Needed Atlanta

Property Assistant- photographer PA

Graphic Designer - Web Pages PA

Writer/Editor for Men's On-Line Magazine New York

Appointment Setter Needed Florida

2 types of openings - Web Development Programmer and Flash Designer Arizonia

In Home Telemarketers New York

CSR / Call Center Agents LA

Saturday, January 28, 2006

Call Centers define homeshoring

When they're not on the road for a service call, but they are on the clock, field technicians for Aspect Software pitch in handling customer calls that require technical expertise. They can take calls from their homes or satellite offices. Either way, adding to the pool of agents is no big deal, says Gary Barnett, CTO at Aspect.

Routing calls to employees working from home "is just about as simple as it is to set up agents in a building," Barnett says.

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Work at home leads Jan 27th

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Income Tax preperation Miami FL

Telemarketer: NO SALES, paid per phone call Raleigh

Sales/Telemarketing/Appt Setters Salt Lake City

Recruiter / Recruiter Assistant

Designer/Illustrator for Children's Books NJ

Book Keeper New York

Appointment Booker/Telemarketer Baltimore

Experienced Telemarketer Baltimore

Event Sales and Promotion Boston

Cartoonists / Animators Wanted Boston

Flash Designer Needed Atlanta

Internet Sales/Marketing Position Philadelphia

PC and Server Engineer -- Microsoft Specialists Seattle

Medical Transcription Professionals Washington DC

Sr. Web Developer - Advanced Cold Fusion


Telemarketing San Diego

Staff Writer San Fransisco

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Work at home job leads Jan 25

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Contract Sales Recruiter - Virtual Home Office Philly

Account Development Specialist I Phoenix

Data/Multi-phone line telecommunications Sales Miami FL

Telemarketing/Inside Sales Dallas

Graphic designer familiar with Adobe InDesign New York

Talented, Creative Writer Needed Boston

Home agents taking inbound calls $9 / hr + training Salt Lake City UG

SUPERSTAR PR Account Managers! San Fransisco

Financial Services Company Needs Copywriter-Editor-Proof Reader California

Office Admin Denver

Full time ASP/ASP.Net developer - hiring ASAP! Austin TX

Independent Web Designers Wanted New England

Loan Officer San Diego CA

Data Entry $8.00 per hour Jacksonville FL

Monday, January 23, 2006

Work at home job leads Jan 23

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Gaming Website Hiring Full-Time Senior File Editor/Public Releations! Denver

Podcast Editor Dallas

Quality Assurance Tester Raleigh, NC

Bookkeeper Needed San Diego CA

Project Manager and Web Generalist Required!

Interface / Web Developer Washington DC

PHP/Mysql programmer Austin

Customer Service/Email AssociateEscondido, CA

Customer Service/Sales RepsMooresville, NC

Executive Director20 Hrs a weekProvidence, RI

Medical TranscriptionistsModesto, CA

Medical TranscriptionistsAlbuquerque, NM

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Telecommute what traffic

CELEBRATION -- Determined to get away from snow and freezing temperatures, Bert FitzGibbons told his boss a few years ago he was leaving New York -- with or without his engineering job.

Fortunately, his boss let him keep his position. Like many telecommuters in Central Florida, he works for a company based up North.

"I don't find it hard to work at home," FitzGibbons said. "I don't have the interruptions I have at the office. . . . [The home environment] is a lot more controllable. That's a very big plus to me."

Warm weather and the overall high quality of life in Florida have lured workers with high-tech skills such as FitzGibbons to the Orlando area. Residents are drawn to telecommuting because urban sprawl and traffic congestion make driving to work a pain. Also, some telecommuters said, northern companies offer higher pay than most local firms do.
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Saturday, January 21, 2006

Moms are putting careers aside for family

The phrase "stay-at-home mom" may conjure up a few different images, from June Cleaver in her perfectly ironed smock, serving up freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies, to a "Desperate Housewives"-style woman decked out in her trendy velour sweatsuit, juggling soccer games, piano lessons and tutoring.

Whatever your first impression, the face of the stay-at-home mom continues to evolve. More women today are putting their demanding, high-powered careers and salary-earning potential on the back burner to raise their families. In fact, statistics show a 15 percent increase in the number of stay-at-home moms in the past decade, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Work at home job leads Jan 19

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Appointment Setting B2B Work From Home Telecommute Omaha

Resource Coordinator Baltimore

Part time help needed at RE office Denver

Writer-Editor Denver

Follow-Up Phone Calls To Our Existing B2B Clients Philadelphia

Marketing & Privacy Consultancy looking for Interns New York

Part Time Bookkeeper New York

Wanted – Web Designer Indianapolis

Relocation Consultant / Office Manager

Freelance Proofreader
SunTrust Bank is now hiring Full & Part Tele-Commuter Customer Service Representative to work from home. Ideal candidate must possess excellent communication & organizational skills. 1 yr CSR exp in a call center, high school diploma and ability to pass a drug screen and criminal background (fingerprint) check. The ability to work without direct physical interaction, without feling isolated. A general proficiency working with computers. The willingness & ability to workonsite at leat 1 day per month for coaching, monitoring, meetings and training. After exhausting all troubleshooting process in-home, the willingness & ability to come onsite if there are computer or system problems that prevent you from working at home. Telecommuting is not a replacement for day care. Child care must not interfer with the high performance requirements of a remote rep. The ideal candidate must also have a secure workstation, free from distractions and noise. Candidates will be answer a high volume of calls from SunTrust Banking customers. Hourly ranges from $10.00-12.26 per hour with monthly incentive based on upselling and sales referrals.
Hours are 9AM-1PM or 9:30AM-1:30PM. Must be able to train Full Time from 9AM-6PM.
Email resumes to: allison.keeler@suntrust.com

Monday, January 16, 2006

Work at home job leads

*Sales Rep
What is a CMA Sales Rep? You are an Independent Business Person. You are provided with products, customers, territory and samples with which to run your business. You will represent the top manufacturers in the Gift, Collectible, Seasonal, Stationery Personal Care and/or Decorative Accessories Industry and have the full support of a beautiful 40,000 square foot showroom in the California Market Center. You need to be organized, high energy and self motivated. Income potential is very lucrative. Professional candidates may apply at any time.

Company website: http://www.cmagifts.com/careers.html

*Real Estate Sales, Will train, Experience pays more!!


Reply to: anthonypodias@lidreamhomes.com
Date: 2006-01-16, 1:28PM EST

We are a busy, rapidly growing Real Estate firm, looking for Sales Associates for our newly opened offices. We will train new and veteran associates in our proven marketing system and compensate you for the schooling needed to get licensed. Experienced agents and top sellers qualify for larger commission splits based on sales.
Please note that this is NOT a salaried job, Real Estate is a Commission only based career. You are an independent contractor. We don't brag about the success of our agents but all we can say is that we are expanding while others are closing.
Please send us your reply of interest via email. Please include, Name, contact number, your location, best time to call, a little bit about yourself and if you have any sales experience. Part timers, and work from home ok but weekends are a must since that is the busiest time of the week.
Visit us on the web at www.lidreamhomes.com
Current locations include, Garden City N.Y., Melville N.Y. and Brooklyn N.Y.
Near future locations include, Manhattan N.Y., Queens N.Y. and more!!!
We're growing while others are closing.
L.I. Dreamhomes Realty (516)512-8911 (631)393-5121 (718)210-4809

· Job location is New York and Long Island area

· Compensation: Commission Based ONLY.

· Hiring Organization: L.I Dreamhomes Realty

· Telecommuting is ok.

· This is a part-time job.

· yes -- Phone calls about this job are ok.

· no -- Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

· yes -- Reposting this message elsewhere is OK.

· yes -- OK to repost to Job Developers for Persons with Disabilities.


*Real Estate co seeks friendly skip tracer for abandoned properties


Reply to: job-123914792@craigslist.org
Date: 2006-01-09, 12:28PM PST

Real Estate company seeks individual for contacting owners of abandoned property NO LICENSE REQUIRED!.

We provide you with the proper tools (leads, training, contact info, procedures, etc.).

You provide and maintain intelligence, competency, motivation, and a professional & FRIENDLY attitude.

How it works:
We are a team of professionial property investors. Thru various means we have 3-6 leads on abandoned property per day. We will provide you with a portal which will give you owners cell phone number, last known address (other than the subject property), realatives etc. You will conduct a query based on information provided and contact the owner either directly or thru their realatives. Upon contact, you will express our intrest in giving them money in exchange for their property. After this we will do the rest. Upon succesful contract we will pay you $500.00 per transaction.
We expect a MINIMUM of 2 succesful transactions per week!
The harder you work the more you earn! This is only for serious, self motivated, hard working individuals who would like the freedom of setting their own schedule and the simultaneous ability to net six figures. Prior sales, telemarketing, or collection experience helpful but not required.
Please do not bother to apply if can perform the above duites or if you are lazy, dis-organized, have poor people skills, or expect a "free ride". Send resume to address provided.

Requires a home office. If you are in the San Diego Area and do not have a computer we will provide you with one. You will be responsible for all isp fees. We will provide compensation for long distance phone calls.

keywords: skip tracer, collections, collection, real estate, benefits, benefit, sales, marketing,

· Job location is Telecommute

· Compensation: $500.00 draw per week. Regular compensation is $500.00 per contract plus Medical , Vision, & Dental thru Blue Cross

· Telecommuting is ok.

· This is a contract job.

· yes -- OK for recruiters to contact this job poster.

· no -- Please, no phone calls about this job!

· no -- Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

· yes -- Reposting this message elsewhere is OK.

· yes -- OK to repost to Job Developers for Persons with Disabilities.


Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Sunday, January 08, 2006

Wireless keeps home connected to the office

A new study suggests cell phones and pagers are not necessarily living up to their promises of making life less stressful.

A sociologist at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee found that people who consistently used these wireless technologies are bringing their work home and vice-versa.

"The study is telling us that the increase in cell phone use is having a negative influence on people in terms of their psychological well-being and in terms of their feelings about their families," Aine-Marie Humble of Mount St. Vincent University told CTV News.
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Thursday, January 05, 2006


How much of your time is actually spent working when you bring the office home? According to a recent CareerBuilder.com survey, nearly one-third of workers say they work from home on occasion. Twenty-five percent admit they spend less than one hour on their office work when working from home, 53 percent spend less than three hours and only 14 percent put in a full 8 hours. The CareerBuilder.com survey, "Out of the Office 2005," was conducted from August 10 to August 22, 2005 of more than 2,450 workers.

There are many factors contributing to the work-from-home productivity gap. Twenty-two percent of those surveyed say their children grab most of their attention while working from home. Seventeen percent say personal calls and surfing the Internet serve as the primary distractions from work. Fifteen percent admit to suffering from "couch potato syndrome," choosing to spend their work time watching daytime TV and/or sleeping. Eleven percent opt for completing personal errands, while another nine percent catch up on housework.

"Almost one-third of workers surveyed say they work from home on occasion," said Rosemary Haefner, Vice President of Human Resources at CareerBuilder.com. "Employers and employees are taking advantage of improvements in workplace technology, which allows workers the freedom to work from virtually anywhere, including their homes. While working from home may improve work/life balance, it can also create a challenge to stay motivated."

Haefner recommends the following tips to make working from home productive:

Keep to the same schedule -- Start your day as if you were going into the office. Get up at the same time, change out of your pajamas, and stick to your normal morning routine. Lounging around in bed will open the door to procrastination.

Location, location, location -- Don't tempt yourself by working in front of the TV or near the radio or in front of the refrigerator. Pick a location that is quiet and structured, where you can complete your projects.

Plan out your day -- Create a list of specific goals for the day and cross them off as you complete them. This will assure that what you wanted to accomplish actually gets done.

Give yourself a lunch hour --- Designate a certain time for personal calls, errands, housework, exercise and any other non-office related activities. Consider setting a timer to let you know when it is time to return to your work.

Take a break -- Taking some time to play with your children, eat a snack or walk the dog will not sink the ship. Just keep the breaks to a minimum.

Survey Methodology
The survey, "Out of the Office 2005," was conducted from August 10, 2005 to August 22, 2005. Methodology used to collect survey responses totaling more than 2,450 workers for this study involved selecting a random sample of comScore Networks panel members. These Web Panel members were approached via an e-mail invitation, which asked them to participate in a short online survey. The results of this survey are statistically accurate to within +/- 1.97 percentage points (19 times out of 20).

About CareerBuilder.com
CareerBuilder.com is the nation?s largest online job site with more than 20 million unique visitors and over 1 million jobs. Owned by Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE:GCI), Tribune Company (NYSE:TRB), and Knight Ridder, Inc. (NYSE:KRI), the company offers a vast online and print network to help job seekers connect with employers. CareerBuilder.com powers the career centers for more than 700 partners that reach national, local, industry and niche audiences. These include more than 165 newspapers and leading portals such as America Online and MSN. More than 30,000 of the nation's top employers take advantage of CareerBuilder.com's easy job postings, 14 million-plus resumes, Diversity Channel and more. Millions of job seekers visit the site every month to search for opportunities by industry, location, company and job type, sign up for automatic email job alerts, and get advice on job hunting and career management. For more information about CareerBuilder.com products and services, visit http://www.careerbuilder.com.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Work at home jobs leads

Appointment maker for school NJ

Freelance science grant editor San Fransico

Mortgage processor San Fransico

Tele sales Cuppertino CA

Seamtress Boulder Co Must be able to pick up and drop up work

Legal Document reviewer Houston TX
The new battle zone for couples has moved from the shared bathroom to the shared home office.

A steady climb in the number of telecommuters and minipreneuers, or those with side jobs, has led to more couples sharing home office space. Couples perfectly suited for domestic life may find trouble when mixing professional and home life.

"It can get touchy, especially if they each have different organizing styles," said Dallas author Lisa Kanarek, a professional organizer and author of Home Office Solutions (Quarry Books, 2004, $15.99) and 101 Home Office Success Secrets (Career Press, 2000, $12.99). Continue reading

Monday, January 02, 2006

Do your homework in a home office

Do your homework -- in a home office
Monday, January 02, 2006
By Elizabeth Slowik
The Grand Rapids Press
Only one office in Grand Rapids boasts a parrot named Izzy which does a dead-on imitation of the familiar "beep-beep" of a modern telephone.

"This is Eric. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Thanks for calling. Beep," Izzy says.

Izzy lives in the home office of Eric and Karen Webster, of Plainfield Township, who sell property for Five Star Real Estate.

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