Friday, April 28, 2006

Work at home job lead Apr 28th

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Work from home writing essays and book reports
ASP/Coldfusion Developer (Telecommute) IL
Recruiter, Telecommute, ID
WebSphere Middleware Engineer - Telecommute option Phoenix
IT staffing coordinator
Recruiter, Telecommute, Full-time Portland OR
Senior Software Engineer -- Telecommute Required Phoenix AZ
Advertisement Review, Part-Time, TeleCommute
Account Rep San Diego
Medical Accounts Receivable-Telecommute Washington DC
Support Engineer (telecommute possible) Boston
Experienced Part Time Sales Managers: Telecommute New Jersey


Telecommuting is still not main stream

Computers, BlackBerries and personal digital assistants are making it easier for some companies to be flexible with schedules, allowing employees to work from home when necessary.

While few companies in Colorado Springs allow full-time telecommuting, many expect the practice to grow in popularity as gas prices near $3 a gallon – and show no signs of falling in the face of unrest in Iran and Venezuela, and required seasonal changes at the nation’s refineries.

“It costs more than just a dollar or two to come to work anymore,” said David Kast, a chief executive officer at Stockman, Cast Ryan & Co. “So we do allow people to work from home. We have one employee who works from home during our busy season – she comes into the office maybe once a week.”

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Thursday, April 27, 2006

Potenital Scam Be an Internet Researcher

There are all types of work at home job leads that claim easy money. This particular claims a 40,000-100,000 income. Unless you are a highly technical you will not see that in a work at home job. Don't apply for jobs that you may see on monster or careerbuilder. They have jobs located in every single state and are often company confidential or Work at home solutions Data Entry Specialists. Be informed and do not send money for fees, training.

Internet Researcher Position

locate contact information for candidates, hiring authorities and decision makers.



Must be able to manage your own time and work from your own home-office. Need good computer skills and an understanding how software applications and Internet search engines work. It is rare that a candidate has any experience in this type of work, so we fully intend to train selected candidates in every aspect of Internet research.



Responsibilities:

Proactively work to develop research strategies, ensuring that you are providing the most relevant up-to-date information and sources
Develop lists of appropriate candidates/sources for specific research assignments and to populate candidate databases with relevant information
Support sourcing, lead generation, identification, qualification, pre-screening of candidates for placement in revenue generating positions nationwide
Complete reference checks on candidates to ensure authenticity of stated skills and experience

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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 25th

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Virtual Receptionists Houston

B2B Teleprospecting for appointments St Louis

Treasurer / Controller – Work from Home

New York
ASP Programmer Needed

Charlotte
Virtual Customer Support FL

Director of Marketing and Client Acquisition Denver

Freelance Writers- Business or Financial PA

Appointment Setter Phoenix



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Monday, April 24, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 24th

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Senior Web Developer- Telecommute Livonia, Mi; Lake Tahoe, NV
Php Programmer-Telecommute CA
ASP Developer CA
Software Development and Product Manager Denver CO
Client Executive - Sales jobs San Francisco
Junior Technical Recruiter CA
Homeowner General Adjusters New York



Sunday, April 23, 2006

Building inspectors work at home

Sarasota County Government has enacted a pilot plan for building inspectors that will save on fuel and hopefully lead to more time efficiency.

A small number of building inspectors can now begin their days at home rather than reporting to a central office. With the use of laptops, printers and cell phones, inspectors can receive assignments and head straight to the job site, according to a county press release.

Sarasota County government is starting the program on a small scale so they can work out any unforeseen problems but they hope to implement the program so all inspectors can start their workdays at home. The county estimates the program will allow inspectors to complete 100 additional inspections per day.

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Brandenton Herald

Advanced technology allows workers to telecommute

More than a dozen employees of Kissimmee Utility Authority are working from home, most on a part-time basis, including employees in the utility's customer service and information technology departments. Advanced technology allows employees full access to the utility from home. Managers supervising the employees can use the same technology to monitor and guide these employees remotely.

"The work-from-home program allows KUA to respond more quickly to peaks in customer service requests," said Mike Geraghty, the utility's vice president of customer service and marketing. "When our customer phone traffic picks up, we can instantly route calls to employees at home, rather than waiting for them to drive to work."

There were almost 14 million Americans telecommuting at least part time in 2004, and an additional 7 million running businesses from home, according to the most recent data available from the U.S. Labor Department.

"This pilot project has other benefits as well, including moving people off the roads and back into their homes where they can ably carry out their responsibilities for our customers," said Jeffery Gray, vice president of information technology. "At the same time they are reducing traffic congestion and able to spend more time with their families."

Gas price rising more telecomuting opportunities

CHICAGO, IL, United States (UPI) -- Rapidly escalating gasoline prices may speed the United States` transformation into a telecommuting nation, analysts say.

The price of gasoline Friday on the New York Mercantile Exchange, a rough proxy for its wholesale cost, topped $2.25 per gallon.

'The average worker commutes 16 miles each way to work every day,' said John Gray of Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. 'That adds up to more than 8,000 miles per year going to and from work.

'Companies will be forced to help ease the financial burden of higher gas prices or risk losing their workers to companies located closer to their homes or companies that offer primarily telecommuting.'

A 2005 survey by Connecticut-based Business & Legal Reports asked employers what they were doing to help employees deal with high gas prices. Only 1 percent of the 499 respondents said their companies were allowing more telecommuting. And 6 percent encouraged workers to carpool or use public transportation.

The overwhelming majority of employers, however, took a hands-off approach, with 86 percent saying that their companies did nothing to help their workers.



Copyright 2006 by United Press International

Downsides of telecommuting

There have been hundreds of articles written on the benefits of telecommuting, but very few on the disadvantages. Although a lot of people can point to the benefits of happier employees and lower costs nothing is perfect and telecommuting does have some serious downsides to the future of a business.

In my opinion, the biggest negative to telecommuting is the loss of the informal exchange of ideas between staff. When most companies are promoting a team effort, telecommuting places employees in situations where they must often fend for themselves. When telecommuting is implemented requests for assistance or new ideas and concepts are generally circulated in a formal manner, be it email or an Intranet web site message boards. No longer can employee sit down with a colleague or walk into the boss’s office and say, “what do you think of this idea?” This results in a lack of fertilization of new ideas and concepts. Over the years, I have seen hundreds of ideas and concepts hammered out over lunchroom tables and next to coffee machines. I can actually recall a very successful new business venture that started as a joke.

Secondarily is the individual growth of an employee. The informal mentoring that occurs, or should be occurring, in every company. Employees grow within an organization by learning from their supervisors and colleagues. This education is primarily informal and individuals, in many cases, learn by osmosis, by filling in and by assisting other members of staff. Most, if not all of this education is lost in a telecommuting environment. Coupled with the informal mentoring is the constant informal reinforcement of “great job”, “well done”, usually lost in the telecommuting environment.

The third area that I believe is a negative in a telecommuting environment is in detail work. If you are in a business situation where large proposals are being written or other substantial documentation is being produced, detail changes do not happen because of the lack of convenience to implement them. Because changes generally require formal communication, it becomes easier to accept what has been produced rather than asking someone to add or delete a word or change a format, especially if the change is not truly critical.

The forth is very dependent on the individual involved. Everyone needs a break, needs to get away from their work. Depending on ones mental resolve, some people need to “leave” work in order to get a break and in this case I mean physically leave work. If work that should be done is sitting in one’s home office or worse yet on the dining room table can the individual, on Friday at 5:00 pm, stop what they are doing and leave it to complete until Monday at 8:00 am. Some people can, others cannot. The employees that cannot are not getting that needed break. Some employers may believe that they get more hours of work out of telecommuting staff. The question is, are those hours productive?

Implementing a successful telecommuting strategy for your business is much more than installing a computer and phone line in someone’s home.

Robert Berman is a business consultant specializing in business development, strategic planning, acquisitions & mergers and international sales & marketing. He has been a columnist for the National Post Newspaper under the byline of "The Business Doctor" and he has authored "The Business Buyer's Manual". He may be reached at Robert.Berman@businessbuyersmanual.com or visit http://www.businessbuyersmanual.com

Friday, April 21, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 21st

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Telecommuting Lead Generation Specialist VA
TRANSCRIPTIONIST for legal proceedings. Work from home. Word software and transcriber req'd. Must have excellent grammatical,spelling, word skills. Fax resume to 919-832-4181Court Reporting Services. NC


Pricing Actuary
Bus. Intelligence Tech. - TELECOMMUTE Madison WI
Senior Web Developer- Telecommute Lake Tahoe NV
Telecommute Affiliate Manager NJ
Marketing Associate- work PT from home San Fransisco
Technical Recruiter (Telecommute) - Washington DC
Nationwide Nationwide Call Center Jobs: sales/telecommuting
Visual Basic Programmer Wanted Chicago
Virtual Account Consultant Boston



Thursday, April 20, 2006

Security risks of telecommuting

Popularity of laptops and wireless networks are making telecommuting a pretty standard business practice these days. With all this remote access going on, the accessibility of corporate files off company premises become worrisome, it goes without saying that more companies are increasing their security perimeter to include the home computers of their employees.

A recent study found that in 2005, nearly 9 million people worked from home for three or more days a month. A full 25 percent of those people worked from home all the time. Early predictions are for even higher figures in 2006.

That's a lot of opportunities for hackers to seize computer secrets, especially given the inherently lower level of security found in most home computer systems.


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Work at home job leads Apr 20th

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Web Designer PA
Writer Needed NJ
Online Community Moderators NJ
Website Content Managers needed Phoenix

Part-time Inside Sales/Lead Generation Reps Denver
HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Fireworks, Dreamweaver Expert(s) Wanted Atlanta
Virtual Assistant Atlanta

APPOINTMENT SETTERS NEEDED--WORK FROM HOME Atlanta
Satellite Support Austin

Client Executive / Direct Sales - Investment Research Services CA
Customer Contact Representatives Washington DC

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 19th

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Find Implementation Consultant - Eastern Region - Rochester NY
Sr Quality Analyst Telecommuting MN-Minneapolis OH-Columbus TX-Dallas
Sr. Project Manager - Western Region Califorinia
Freelance writer Boston
Freelance Graphic Designer Maine
Freelance Developer New York
Freelance Graphic Designer Seattle


Interviewing tips for a Telecommuting Job

Telecommuters are individuals who spend part, if not all, of their working hours at another location other than the workplace. For most people it is their home. In order to do this one must have a variety of "telecommunication technologies" such as a telephone, Internet, various computer programs and a fax machine at one's disposal.

Telecommuters need to have excellent skills when it comes to the laborious task of telephone interviews. The first most important phone interview tip is to always be prepared in case you are contacted for an interview, no matter what time of day it is. Many employers do not give telecommuters the heads up in advance about when they will be calling to speak with them.

Another important phone interview tip is to get ready for your interview in much the same way you would for a regular "in person" interview. Anticipate what questions you might be asked and have appropriate answers in your mind (or written on paper) before the interview even begins. Be ready and willing to answer questions about your educational background, work experience and skills. Also be prepared to tell the prospective recruiter or employer what you could do for him or her.

Prepare a list of questions you wish to ask the interviewer. Always ask at least a few questions as it shows that you are paying attention and that you are very interested in the position in question. Keep in mind that phone interviews are sometimes more difficult to gage because you have to rely completely on the spoken word. Neither the interview nor interviewee is able to pick up on body language or any nuances of behavior but instead must go by the words and questions they are presented with and the pitch and intonation of words. Tread carefully and maintain a balanced, professional and courteous tone of voice at all times.

It is essential in a phone interview for a telecommuter to speak as a person in the know. Don't indulge in too many "ums", "okays", "I don't knows" or "uhs" as these words don't carry with them an air of knowledge or confidence. Always have your resume nearby so you can consult it during your phone interview. After all the interviewer is looking at your resume, why shouldn't you be as well?

Other important tips include turning your call-waiting feature off so there are no interruptions; making sure you are alone in the room and there is no noise anywhere nearby to disturb the interview and having a notepad and paper handy to jot down any relevant information that you glean from the interview.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Monday, April 17, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 17th

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Web Developer Draper UT
Commission only telecommute Account Manager Position Washington DC
Lead Generation Dallas TX
Contract Part-Time Webmaster Wanted, Telecommuting San Francisco
REAL ESTATE AGENTS WANTED!!! San Francisco
Freelance writers for Blog
FREELANCE TRANSCRIPTIONISTS Chicago
Dream Bookkeeping Opportunity of a Lifetime - Chicago
Full-Time Mom Looking for a Flexible, Good-Paying Job? Chicago
Nurses Wanted
Content Writer California




Saturday, April 15, 2006

Nude telecommuting

SonicWall claims a survey it commissioned establishes that 1 in 10 telecommuters work with no clothes on (some might argue it really means that 1 in 10 telecommuters like messing with survey takers):
While about 39% of respondents of both sexes said they wear sweats while working from home, 12% of males and 7% of females wear nothing at all. In matters of cleanliness, the difference between the sexes was more pointed: 44% of women surveyed said they showered on work-at-home days, as opposed to men, who were slightly more likely to shave (33%) than wash (30%).

Work at home job leads Apr 14

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Director of Telecommuting Center Maryland
Agency Manager - Telecommuting - Portland, OR
Associate II, Internet News Publishing Buffalo
Assistant webmasters needed Columbus
Part Time Telemarketer San Diego

Work at Home, Follow up leads or B2B sales Cleveland

Internet Customer Support - start $20/Hour plus Benefits Boston

TELEMARKETING FROM HOME Madison

Programmer/Technician Miami

Full-time Sales Associate/Professional Telesales - Salary + Commission

Miami

Lead Generation Specialist TX

PR Freelancer Wanted/Life Sciences Boston


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Thursday, April 13, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 13

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VP of Healthcare sales Atlanta

RN Telecommute Houston
Sales Assistant Maryland
Area Account Manager-Telecommuting Opportunity Atlanta
Licensed Nurse Practitioner-Telecommuting Opportunity Brandenton FL
Customer service/Telemarketer position need WORK AT HOME
Admin Support Leadership Training business Boston
Work From Home - Business to Business TeleMarketing! Boston
Ad Posting ob 6-10 hours per week from home Boston
Client Services Coordinator Boston




Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Americans challenged to Telecommute

TORRANCE, Calif., Making good on its promise and to honor Earth Day on April 22nd, LiveOffice Corp.'s (http://www.liveoffice.com) Conferencing division began offering a free month of web conferencing services to American commuters on April 1st. Any American worker willing to telecommute to the office at least once during the month of April is entitled to a free 30-day trial of web conferencing from LiveOffice.
"If this campaign is successful, in just one month, 100,000 Americans could save an estimated total of $2.5 million on gas, prevent more than 15 million pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere and conserve more than 35,000 barrels of crude oil," said Ted Heieck, IMConferencing product manager for LiveOffice Corp. "Earth Day is the ideal time for American commuters to begin making the shift from traditional car travel to telecommuting and this Challenge is the perfect opportunity for them to experience the benefits of web conferencing first hand with no long-term commitment."

By telecommuting to work once a week over the next month, the average American worker can save money, conserve gas and make a positive impact on the environment. As an example, if one car commuter telecommutes 4 times in the next month, they could:


* Save $25 on gas
* Gain 4 more hours of family time or sleep
* Prevent 186 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere

That means that if just 1,000 car commuters choose to telecommute 4 times in the next month, they could:


* Save $25,000 on gas
* Gain 4,000 hours of family time or sleep
* Prevent 191,000 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere
* Conserve 352 barrels of crude oil

In addition, if just one commuter commits to telecommuting 1 time per week for 1 year, they could:


* Save $300+ on gas
* Gain 52 more hours of family time or sleep
* Prevent 2,500 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere
* Conserve approximately 5 barrels of crude oil

Using web conferencing is a great alternative to the daily car commute to and from the office. Today's conferencing technologies are:


* Convenient -- as easy as creating an account and logging in to start a
scheduled or unscheduled meeting
* Cost effective -- pricing models are designed for every type of
business from SOHO/SMBs to enterprises; great features like integrated
video and audio are available for as little as $100 per month
* Easy-to-use -- conferencing has become much more user friendly,
intuitive and reliable since its initial introduction in the 1990s
* Great for appearance -- web conferencing gives workers a "professional"
appearance, even when they are working from home

LiveOffice wants to demonstrate to Americans that much of their business travel, even just to and from the office, can be replaced with effective and convenient telecommuting technology services, such as web conferencing and teleconferencing. For more information on how you or your business can take the Challenge, please call (800) 251-3863 or visit http://webconference.liveoffice.com.

About LiveOffice Corp.

LiveOffice Corporation is the leading provider of on-demand collaboration, communication and compliance applications. From websites to message archiving and conferencing services, LiveOffice is dedicated to helping businesses optimize productivity and achieve regulatory compliance with its suite of internet-based products. With LiveOffice's products and services, businesses are always just a click away from the most powerful and cost effective web-based productivity solutions available today.

Make Your Office a LiveOffice(TM) by calling 800-251-3863 or visiting www.liveoffice.com.

Work at home job leads Apr 12

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Medical Writer NJ

Technical Project Manager Atlanta
Call Center Agents Atlanta
Assistant Purchasing Director for Travel Company Austin

Political Consulting Work Austin
Sales Rep -Golf Business Philadelphia

Experienced Account Representatives Only Phoenix

P/T Writer & Customer Service Chicago
JAVA Programmer/Software Developer/Independent Contractor Needed ASAP Denver
Embedded application engineers Atlanta

Admin Assistant/Contracts Manager San Fransico
Telesales/Appointment Setter – Real Estate (Part Time) San Fransico
Web HTML Developer CA

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 11th

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Telesales, Telemarketers

Telemarketing Denver

Internet Marketing - P/T District Manager Atlanta

Marketing Consultants Needed Austin

Work at Home - Strong Recruiter Needed - Austin

Part time .NET Developer needed

Seattle

TELEMARKETING Las Vegas



administrative assistant .

B2B Sales, Work from Home, HIGH Commission

Medical Biller

Internet Ad Sales - Account Executive



Inbound customer service Philadelphia

Call center at home

ST. PAUL, MINN. - Kathleen Hughes moved from Florida to rural Minnesota last year.

She cringed when she had to get in the car in snowy weather and make a 40-mile drive to her job in Grand Rapids, Minn.

The commute got old very quickly.

``That's what really pushed me over the edge to work at home,'' she said.

Working from home isn't new, but Hughes has tapped into a more recent adaptation: the virtual call center.

Hughes, 25, is part of a growing legion of so-called cyberagents, the ranks of which are expected to grow at a clip of more than 20 percent annually as companies continue to move work away from traditional brick-and-mortar call centers to lower-cost centers that tap into workers' homes.

Using telecommunications software that allows workers in Minnesota or California to work together as smoothly as those who sit in adjacent cubicles, vendors are landing contracts with companies like Sears, 1-800-Flowers, Office Depot, Verizon, J. Crew, Virgin Atlantic Airlines and local AAA auto clubs.
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Monday, April 10, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 10th

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CLERICAL Work from home New Mexico
Medical Care Examiner
Graphic Designer for blog
Work At Home Telemarketer Little Rock
Freelance Graphic - Pittsburgh
GRAPHIC ARTIST- Freelance St Petersburgh
Windows Programming - United Kingdom
Freelance Writer Real Estate Investor Books and Tapes
Photoshop Tutorial Writers
Marketing Specialist CT
Freelance Web Designer



Saturday, April 08, 2006

Work at home scam stuffing envelopes job

If you are looking to work from home, you may be tempted by those ads telling you about jobs stuffing envelopes that will make you loads of money. However, those ads say little about jobs stuffing envelopes and more about opportunities. There is a difference between a job and an opportunity, and jobs stuffing envelopes really are not opportunities at all.

If you are looking to work from home there are a lot of legitimate opportunities. You can find them all over. However, any ad promising your jobs stuffing envelopes are really telling you that you will have the opportunity to make money. More often than not, this “opportunity” comes from a thinly veiled scam. The ad for jobs stuffing envelopes will have you send money to a P.O. Box in exchange for a Starter Kit. The kit is usually a description of how to place an ad for jobs stuffing envelopes to get more na├»ve people to send you money.

Why are jobs stuffing envelopes a scam? First of all, there are no companies that will pay a person money to stuff envelopes when machinery is so advanced it can do it for much cheaper. You would never be able to keep up with the machinery that stuffs the envelopes for less than 50 cents each.

Second, you should never have to send in money to find out more information about jobs stuffing envelopes. This “good faith” payment has nothing to do with “good faith” on the company’s part. It is a way for the company offering jobs stuffing envelopes to take your money. A legitimate business will let you know what they do and how they do it up front. Another version of the “good faith” payment with jobs stuffing envelopes is a processing fee.

Another form of the jobs stuffing envelopes scam is actually a pyramid scheme. You do stuff envelopes, but they are ads that tell others about the opportunity of jobs stuffing envelopes. You get paid when the person sends you the money. This is illegal, and you do not want to get involved in this type of scam.

The advertisement for jobs stuffing envelopes may also offer you free stamps and envelopes for your “processing fee.” You actually will get the stamps and free envelopes, on the self-addressed stamped envelopes from people wondering about jobs stuffing envelopes. Are you getting the idea of the cycle here? Actually very few people today will bother with the SASE, as more jobs are posting free information on the internet and via hotlines. Your jobs stuffing envelopes will probably not reap the kind of return you think.

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Work at home still requires a schedule

Hi Jill. I am a new immigrant. I was working as a clinical medical physicist in India prior to coming here. I have a daughter who is 15 months old and feel it would suit me best if I were able to work from home. I am looking for information on organizations that support the work-from-home concept.

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Customer Service Rep We are a national virtual office company serving corporate clients and looking to add new customer services reps. Description: Calling businesses and scheduling appointments. Compensation: Base for each successful appointment, plus profit sharing.Requirements: Good phone skills and ability to call nationally in the U.S.Longevity: This could lead to advancements, for the right person.We are working out the final details for a start date. email me at: jonestelecom@yahoo.com


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Friday, April 07, 2006

Freelance writing

Have you ever wondered if a home business career is for you? Do you hate your nine to five job? Do you dread waking up in the morning? Very few people are lucky enough to work at a job they enjoy, but I’m happy to say that I’m one of them.

Using Your Talents For Your Stay At Home Business

I’ve worked at lots of dead end, gruelling and mind numbing jobs. Now I pull up a comfortable computer chair to my desk, sip on a hot cup of coffee and work from home writing articles like these ones. For me, it’s the best work from home job I could possibly have. Finding a home business career that suits you all depends on what it is you would like to do. For many people writing is something that comes naturally and with this gift you really can work from home.

Everyone can write, but few have the time or the inclination to do so. There are millions of web sites that need content, magazines that need articles, newspapers that want insightful news articles and that’s where I come in. For me this is an easy home business opportunity and probably the best work from home job I could have.

I even write fictional short stories and sell them to online and print magazines. It’s an easy home business opportunity that many people don’t even consider. All you need to do is be able to write, and finding joy doing so is a big plus too. There are hundreds of work from home writing opportunities on the internet and all you will need to do is register with a few freelancing websites and you are ready to start your home business career.

The great thing about my stay at home business is that I can choose to write to supplement my income, or you can go it alone and do it full time. All you have to do is find the work, target an area or become an “expert” in a certain subject...and write! This is probably one of the safest work from home jobs, you write and you get paid. Of course with this home business career it’s not the easy money that most people look for when they look for a work from home job, but if done correctly you really can make the money and create a successful home business career that will last a lifetime.

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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Sample Telecommuting Proposal Letter


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Here is a sample Telecommuting proposal that you can share with your boss.

TO: Mary Lou, Supervisor

From: Joe Doe

RE: Telecommute Proposal

I am writing to express my desire to perform my job as Medical Transcriptionist in a telecommuting capacity beginning October 15,. I’ve spent hours researching the subject, and I am excited about sharing the information I’ve gathered with you.

What are the benefits of telecommuting?

There are many benefits of telecommuting. Besides increasing productivity, telecommuting:

* Cuts the cost for office space

* Reduces stress and commuting time

* In case of emergencies I can take care of whatever problem arises and then work later on in the day instead of calling sick

* I can still work during harsh weather conditions

* Telecommuting can boost morale and help employees stay on the job.

* Improves the work/life balance

* Increases employment of women

* Increases employment of disabled workers, etc

These are only a few of the benefits that telecommuting can offer this company. Please give me the chance to prove these tremendous benefits to you.

A laptop  printer, FTP, DSL or cable modem is all that I need to perform my job, and these are things that I already possess in my home office, and will use.


Telecommuting programs have been working for companies like Jetblue, Virgin Atlantic, AAA, Cigna, Carnival Cruise Line, etc, and can definitely work for this company.

I would like to telecommute two days a week starting 10/15/  for a period of at least six months. After six months, once this is working out, I would like to telecommute three days a week, with the possibility of doing this full time after another review of my performance.

I do have child care needs that will be met by a part time babysitter.

I know that you’re probably having concerns about off-site performance. If this is a concern for you, I assure you that you can monitor my productivity and performance off- site better than workers on-site. We can connect via skype.

How? Well, let me introduce you to Elance freelances. Elance provides visibility into virtual cubicles of employees and remote workers.

Elance  offers web-based applications that create a complete view of each person, including a web cam to capture and see what they’re working on. So with the click of a mouse you can see work I’ve done in the past, you can verify logs, review work, etc.

After telecommuting for six months, on 04/15  we can sit down in a meeting to review my performance. At that time we can determine whether or not I should continue.

Enclosed please find several articles on telecommuting, names, telephone numbers, etc., of managers and employees that are enjoying the benefits of telecommuting.

I know that I possess the skills and personality necessary to succeed as a telecommuter, and will prove that to you.

I am really looking forward to this and believe with all my heart that this will be a tremendous benefit to the company, and all involved. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely
Mary Smith

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How to write a telecommuting proposal

Are you sick and tired of dragging your sick child to daycare because you can't afford to take another day off from work? Maybe you just want to skip the long, stressful commute to work or want to be able to work on your own time around your family's schedule.

Whatever your job situation may be, you’ve probably wished that your job offered flexible work schedules or the option of telecommuting. Well, if you have a 9-5 job that can be converted to a telecommuting job, you can make a case for telecommuting by creating a verbal and written proposal.

Despite the fact that your reason for wanting to telecommute might be personal, never let this be known to your employer. In your written proposal you must focus on the benefits that telecommuting would offer your employer.

Your telecommuting proposal should:

* State what potential advantages telecommuting would have on the company

* State what schedule you would like (i.e., telecommute 1-3 days weekly)

* Describe your alternative work site

* Explain how you would communicate with your supervisor, and co-workers

* Explain how you would be more productive as a telecommuter

* List what equipment you would need from your employer, and what equipment you already own

* Let your employer know how your dependent(s) (if any) need for care would be met

* Address any concerns that your employer might have

* Schedule to meet with your employer after performing your proposed arrangement to review your performance and to discuss whether this telecommuting arrangement is working or not.

Vernette Carbon is the owner-publisher of AmazingWorkatHomeSecrets.com. She is also a graduate from Bernard Baruch College with a BA in Corporate Communications, and the author of an amazing new e-book, "Amazing Work at Home Secrets.” For more info and a free 5-part report (How you can work at home for companies like Pizza Hut, Verizon, Office Depot, etc.) sent to you immediately via email please visit http://www.amazingworkathomesecrets.com/intro.html

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Work at home taking calls

Nicole St. Julien-Thomas is hard at work with her full-time job at home.

"I take calls for stranded motorists who are members of AAA," she says.

St. Julien-Thomas found the job through WillowCSN, a company which provides virtual call center services. That means she takes customer calls at her own home using her own phone and computer.

Angie Selden is WillowCSN's CEO.

"The Willow home agent model is a great idea for people who are looking for flexibility and the ability to earn money during the times of the day that fit into their personal schedule," says Selden.

That's because St. Julien-Thomas and other agents work when they want to.

"I think working from home is like a dream job for a lot of people," says St. Julien-Thomas. "It's just perfect. You set your own hours, you're free to come and go."

Michele Mulqueeney works from home, too. She works for the IRS, dealing with tax form requests.

She was hired by a company that specializes in jobs for people with disabilities. Mulqueeney has multiple sclerosis and found it difficult to work outside the home.

"I couldn't drive anymore," she says. "And just getting up, getting showered and dressed, I would be exhausted."

Mulqueeney works part-time, putting in about 28 hours a week. "It really is wonderful, it's relieved me financially," she says.

Applicants are screened and training is provided by the company. All you need is a computer with a broadband connection, a telephone and a friendly voice.

Now keep in mind, benefits are not included in these types of jobs, but the flexibility allows for more freedom, especially if you're juggling work and freedom.

Source:
CBS4 Boston

Monday, April 03, 2006

Work at home job leads Apr 3rd

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Insurance Sales Chicago
Telemarketing - Cincinnati
Advertising Sales Executives Dallas
Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Orlando
Fundraising RESOURCE South Dakota
Sewer Wanted. Work at home. Los Angeles
Accounting Santa Barbara Ca



Sunday, April 02, 2006

Disabled People can work at home

After Tom Courter suffered a debilitating illness that forced him to change his profession and slow his lifestyle, he's been able to use technology to help him forge a new career.

Courter, who lives south of Midland, spent three weeks in the hospital and underwent months of treatment after flesh-eating bacteria disease created a huge wound that reached from his waistline two-thirds of the way to his knee. Once a sales manager for a company that designs and sells ambulances and rescue vehicles, he no longer can climb ladders and get to the tops of the trucks to show prospective buyers how they're made. So he put his college accounting studies to work, took a self-study course and became Courter Accounting Services.


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Need to hire offer telecommuting

WHEN Sting first sang, “If you love somebody, set them free,” he probably wasn’t thinking about deskbound employees. But the theory works for managers as well as the lovelorn, according to Conor Brennan, deputy chief executive of Chambers Ireland.
“If I had to insist people come to Dublin to work for us, I’d lose valuable people,” said Brennan, who introduced teleworking to his office two years ago. Today, three of his 20 staff work from home in Waterford, Ballina and Limerick.

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