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“I hated that I had to repeatedly make follow up calls to people who really weren't interested in going back to school and really wanted the calls to stop, and that I had to force them to take the time to do a school search when they really weren't interested, only for them to get more phone calls from schools they didn't really want to attend.”
“The best job training I have experienced in 25 years. ”
“none, they didnt have benefits”
no benefits, work at home position that offers full-time or part time and works around your schedule.
There were no benefits offered.
They do not offer benefits.
I liked the flexibility and pay. But not their requirements of ridiculous performance numbers (someone not qualified, oh I'm sorry there goes your numbers)
Best thing: Hours and Pay worst thing : Everything else. I really don't like when companies use dishonesty to lure people into working for them or to get people to cosign on the services provided. Companies like that may stay open for a while but they never go far. It is only a matter of time
dont have one in place
The best is hours available to work and the supportive leadership. Promotes from within employee pool. No vacation pay or time and no health benefits.
There are no benefits. Because you are an independent contractor, a lot of things do not apply to you that would apply to an actual hired employee. On the one hand, this is a trade-off of being able to work from home and not spend an hour each way commuting and not having to worry about what you're wearing. But on the other hand, there ARE other work-from-home call center type jobs that DO hire you as an employee and give you benefits. This just isn't one of them.
flexible hours working from my home office
There are no kind of benefits. They offer nothing to you since you are an independent contractor. And you are responsible for you own taxes as well.
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