Category: Work From Home

Hallmark Home-Based Field Merchandising Jobs in U.S. – Work from Home

September 21, 2021 By Lisa Mills*This post may contain affiliate links. I only share opportunities that I truly believe will benefit my readers. Disclosure. Hallmark is always hiring home-based retail merchandisers in the United States! In these positions, you will be ordering, restocking, straightening, and organizing product and displays at retail locations in your area! These are part-time, home-based field merchandising positions of 3 to 20 hours per week, depending upon time of year. From the company: “You are our first point of contact with our retailers and customers. In this role, you will handle all aspects of product merchandising in your assigned stores. This includes stocking, straightening, replenishing and tracking the inventory of Hallmark products, both inside and outside of the Hallmark department.” You must be a quick learner, able to work quickly under deadlines. Further Requirements (from work-at-home job listing): Eligible to work in the United States Read, understand…

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Actuaries and Virtual Work: Part 1 – Work from Home

Leadership | Workplace Culture Work from home emerges Lisa Bull September 2021Photo: iStock.com/sturti Throughout my company’s 42 years of actuarial recruiting, the overwhelming majority of actuaries have worked in the office. Working from home or working fully remotely was not even a glimmer in an actuary’s eye until the last decade or so. Then, along the way, a few actuaries wanted the flexibility to work from home due to their travel schedules or personal situations, and they started asking for it. Although there’s been a (very) gradual evolution, most actuarial employers staunchly opposed work-from-home or fully remote arrangements. Enter a global pandemic, which accomplished in one week what actuarial employers had resisted for much of the profession’s existence. All actuaries were suddenly mandated to work virtually. Now, as some employers are summoning employees to return to the office, what does the future of work look like for actuaries? In this…

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Working from home – AutoCAD Video Tutorial | LinkedIn Learning, formerly Lynda.com – Work from Home

From the course: Facilities Management: Social Distancing and PPE Video is locked. Unlock the full course today Join today to access over 17,100 courses taught by industry experts or purchase this course individually. Working from home “ – [Presenter] We’re starting a new chapter now, all about alternative methods of working. Now, one of those things that you might be looking into is allowing your staff to work from home. Now, I’ve been really lucky in my career. For the last 20 or so years, I have worked from home. I’ve worked remotely. The only time I leave the office at home is to go into the classroom and teach face-to-face in a classroom when I’m

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Work at Home Customer Support Jobs with First Advantage – Work from Home

September 9, 2021 By Lisa Mills*This post may contain affiliate links. I only share opportunities that I truly believe will benefit my readers. Disclosure. First Advantage is hiring work at home customer support in the United States. Starting pay for these home-based positions is $19.23 per hour. Training is paid. These are full-time positions with benefits. Additionally, all equipment is provided. From the company: “First Advantage is the world’s largest provider of comprehensive background screening, identity and information solutions that give employers and housing providers access to trusted information for making faster, more accurate people decisions.” Requirements (from the work-at-home job listing): Education: High School Diploma or GED required. College Degree (BA or BS) preferred. Bilingual/Spanish language skills preferred Requirements:  2-4 years prior experience in a customer facing or call center environment Work from home experience a plus Must have a quiet, secure workspace High speed internet (minimum of 50 mbps)…

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Home-Based Customer Service Jobs with Bank of the West – Work from Home

August 31, 2021 By Lisa Mills*This post may contain affiliate links. I only share opportunities that I truly believe will benefit my readers. Disclosure. Bank of the West is hiring home-based customer service professionals in the following U.S. states: AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, IA, IL, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, NV, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY, and NY. Paid training for these home-based customer service positions starts October 18th, 2021! Compensation for this work at home opportunity starts at $15.00 per hour ($16.00 per hour for bilingual). From the company: “Responsible for accurately answer incoming telephone calls from prospective and existing customers regarding a variety of banking related questions that range from basic complex in nature. May work on additional project responsibilities including mentoring, system testing, and escalations as needed.” Requirements (from work-at-home job listing): Requires limited job knowledge of systems…

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Taliban directs Afghan women to work from home, says they are ‘not trained’ – The Times of India – Work from Home

KABUL: Admitting that women are not safe in the present Taliban regime, the outfit directed Afghan women to work from home. Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said at a news conference on Tuesday that women should not go to work for their own safety, undermining the group’s efforts to convince international observers that the group would be more tolerant towards women than when they were last in power, reported CNN. As per Mujahid, the measure was necessary because the Taliban “keep changing and are not trained.” When last in power between 1996 and 2001 the militant group banned women from the workplace, stopped them from leaving the home unaccompanied and forced them to cover their entire bodies. The direction came after the World Bank halted funding in Afghanistan, citing concerns about the safety of women, and within hours of the UN calling for a “transparent and prompt investigation” into reports of…

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