Monday, February 7, 2011

Latest Work From Home Job Leads (February 7, 2011)

Active Network (Gearing up for travel season) hiring multiple agents/locations
Select Call Center Agents – view the openings

Inbound Customer Care w/MyXact

Customer Service and Leisure Travel Agents w/

HSN Sales Representatives
Work-At-Home Sales (Full-time) - Full-time
VA-Roanoke -- Requisition ID: 0803694

Work-At-Home Sales (Full-time) - Full-time
TN-Nashville -- Requisition ID: 0803748

Work-At-Home Customer Service (Part-time) - Part-time
TN-Nashville -- Requisition ID: 0803749

 Work-At-Home Sales (Part-time) - Part-time
FL-St. Petersburg -- Requisition ID: 0803684

Shift Supervisor w/Educate Online

E Sales and Reservations w/U-haul

Research Associate (New York) FT Temp to Perm

Sr. Web Developer

Sales Assistant

Translators, Proofreaders and Editors

Editorial Assistant (DC area)

Case Manager w/John’s Hopkins

Grant Writer

Writers/Bloggers w/LeftEyeOnBooks

American Idol/Reality TV Blogger

Guitar Blogger

Medical Transcription

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bestmommy said...

Should I pay for a credit and background check?

Demi said...

This can be the notable exception to paying to obtain a job. When I worked with Alpine Access, they did not charge for background/credit checks. I worked recruiting, and found time after time that applicants would say, “oh yes, I have a clean record”, and unfortunately we would find out differently. This is why the company made the decision to have applicants themselves pay for the background checks. If your record is clean, you feel the job is a good fit and you have verified the legitimacy of the company, then I would consider it. It’s a personal and financial decision. If you are not sure if your credit will pass, be honest with your recruiter. They can advise you what is and is not permitted. Best wishes.