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Naomi Shah
Community Specialist
25 days ago

Hiring NOW! Remote Customer Service - paid training and benefits, no experience required!

Startek provides customer experience solutions in multiple industries such as education, retail, healthcare, telecommunications, education, and more.

In this Inbound Work at Home Customer Service Representative role, you'll receive:

  • Paid virtual training
  • Continuous development through coaching and self-paced career directed course trainings
  • Promotion opportunities
  • Medical, Dental and Vision benefits after 60 days of successful employment
  • 401K and Stock plan participation
  • Paid time off to enjoy time with friends and a family

APPLY HERE: https://careers.startek.com/en-US/job/inbound-work-at-home-customer-service-representative-starting-at-14-hour/J3V1LQ623145DKT7SKQ

You will NOT increase your chances of getting hired by expressing your interest in the comments of this post. Be sure to apply fast and use an optimized, updated resume!! 😊

Good luck!

#customerservice #workfromhome #remote #nationwideusa #hiringnow #hiringnews

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Steve Feldner
10 days ago

Need a job that doesn't pay too much?

I need a part time, work from home job that does not exceed the Social Security Disability (SSDI) limits (SGA - Substantial Gainful Activity) which is $1350 per month and cannot exceed 20 hours per week. This means that at the max of 20 hours per week, I cannot receive minimum wage - which is fine with me. I am open to anything from Data Entry to Customer Service as long as the employer can accommodate the SSDI limits. Actually, I wouldn't mind working a little more than that as long as my W4 does not reflect that - because the SSDI limits are stupid. I got furloughed (then laid off) at my last job and the $300 per week of extra unemployment really helped us. Now we really need my piss-poor wage that Social Security allows me to keep our house, etc. Please help me out.

#workfromhome #remote #ssdi #jobsearch

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Derwood Myers

Please if any input on this please let me know

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Bryan Davis

I know there are others that are in the same boat. And I also know that employers need to cover the hours to full fill there orders. I’m going to try and convince company’s that hiring 2 people produces the same benefit's. They don’t need to provide medical insurance Medicare provides that. We are not eligible for unemployment because of disability payments. And there are tax credits for hiring people who are disabled. And the work ethic’s from our generation are strong. Any way just a thought, I wish you luck on your journey.

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Dec 10, 2021

The top 12 part-time work-from-home jobs

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Elaina Kennedy
10 days ago

Be careful with remote jobs. Found one to be a scam through a company called Orbit Medical. They are a real company but this person is using them as a scam cover. #workfromhome #remote

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Kathleen Asher
3 months ago

Working with a recruiter?

I have been looking for another work from home job in data entry, customer service, or related fields and I have received some emails from recruiters. I haven't ever gone that route and wanted to see if anyone had any experience with recruiters, and what their opinion is? #jobsearch #remote #workfromhome #hiring

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Mark Kern

After 30 years in Corporate America, when headhunter's (Recruiters) tried to get me 6 jobs..........they were 0 for 6 (and a very costly waste of time for me). For the 5 times that I pursued jobs on my own.....I was 5 for 5. My personal opinion here is when these companies go through an headhunter (For which you will get multiple). They either know who they are going to hire already or they are doing market research on what is out there and what the cost will be. If you go the headhunter route........Good luck. My personal opinion, is that you will be disappointed.

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Sheri Basulto

)I do believe I did have a recruiter reach out to me regarding job at HSN yet that's all basically they did, I then received an email from HSN told me to take their assessments, then I had an interview and then started training a week later. Not the best pay but has the ability to make more money and great benefits. My "recruiter" never asked me for anything or not did she bug or bother me at all. Guided me to a job (@ time never realized she was even a "recruiter") and only reason I did was because my now "trainer" referred to her as one. Actually quite a few real remote jobs now that aren't scams, now more than ever before. Mainly I think due to the pandemic. Good luck.

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Christy Zedrick
15 days ago

Looking for a #remote position where I can utilize the skills I have learned in my present.job of 22 uesrs.

Looking for #remote opportunities in inventory management, supply chain logistics, accounts payable and receivable, operations.manager

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Eleana Bowman
Community Specialist
2 months ago

Earn great money on your own time as a Transcriptionist! Work as much or as little as you want.

Hate the idea of a morning commute? Looking for a job that allows you to work whenever and wherever you want? Transcript Divas is hiring for Transcriptionists!

You'll earn an average of $1.15/minute of recording transcribed. So, if you plan to transcribe 10 hours of audio per week, you could earn $690+ per week!

If you want to dedicate 20 hours per week, that's a pay out of $5,520 per month!

You will have the opportunity to work on your own schedule, whenever works best for you. Don't miss this opportunity, apply today! https://transcriptdivas.com/transcription-jobs/

#workfromhome #transcriptionist #remote #nationwideusa

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Camille Buchanan
about 2 months ago

Single mom here!

Looking for remote jobs in New Mexico. # #workfromhome #jobsearch #remote #hiring #

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Crystal A
3 months ago

False Interview Hope

After actively seeking job leads, I interviewed with a healthcare institution set up by a job agency. The interview was virtual, and it went great. I left knowing that I did a great interview. I was so excited I reached out to the recruiter and told them how I did. On a scale of 0-10, I told them I would rate the interview a 10. The recruiter shared my excitement as well. She said she would reach out to the person who interviewed me to follow up. Unfortunately, later that day, I received an email from my recruiter saying that I did not get a job offer. The person words were, "I needed someone with more experience using Epic."

For all my individuals who work in healthcare or do non-clinical work should know about Epic. When the interviewer asked me if I had experience using Live Epic, I told them, "yes" I have used Epic but not the live version. My previous company had employees access it through a link on the computer. It was already downloaded. When I told the interviewer that, they didn't seem concerned. So, I thought that it was okay that I was honest. Because I have experience with the platform. So why did they not want to hire me because I didn't use the live version? I have no clue. At any point, after I told the interviewer about my experience with Epic, they should have stated their concerns or asked for clarification of my using the software. Instead, they just assumed the access link didn't work the same way the Live version does. This was a huge letdown, and I'm very conflicted about whether I should have just said yes and not given the interviewer unnecessary details. Because it cost me the job. #interview #advice #followup #healthcare #hr #jobsearch #remote #jobagency #staffingagency #unemployed #nonclinical #denial #refusal #interviewmistakes

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