Causeworx is a Canadian company that hires people (including US residents) to do telefundraising from home. It pays anywhere from $11 to $14 hourly and you do not need a land line phone to do the work. Read the review to learn more about Causeworx. Note that they may or may not be hiring workers at this time, but you can keep tabs on their website for when they are.
Would you like to work from home for an international company? Are you comfortable working phone jobs from home? Do you prefer customer service type jobs over sales jobs? Then Concentrix might be something for you to further explore.
What Exactly is Concentrix?
Concentrix is an international staffing company,
Are you an experienced cruise industry professional? Are you someone who really enjoys and excels at customer service? Are you ready to work from home as an employee with benefits instead of an independent contractor? Then becoming a cruise customer service agent at Cruise.com might be of interest to you. As its name so obviously implies, Cruise.com is a travel-based
Vocalabs is a company that specializes in customer satisfaction surveys, and they frequently have a need for work from home survey administrators. While this isn’t non-phone, it would be very flexible work and the pay is not bad considering how short the surveys you conduct are. At this time, Vocalabs is only looking for US-based survey administrators.
Oasis Marketing Solutions is a company that occasionally has work from home political calling/surveying positions available. This job has been discussed quite a bit of the various work from home forums I visit — some people like it, some have some issues with it. Overall it sounds like pretty easy work if you are OK with being on the phone.
I believe this position is open to people in the US only.
How much does Oasis Marketing pay?
Are you ready to take a cruise or at least help others do so? Are you a high energy sales professional who enjoys outbound calling? Are you ready for a set number of hours that you can enjoy working from your home? Then becoming a virtual vacation planner for Carnival Cruise Lines might be something you’d like to do! What Exactly is Carnival Cruise Lines?
Do you have a call center background? Do you have think you have what it takes to become a call center auditor? Then the work-at-home (WAH) QA Evaluator at CallCenterQA may be just what you are looking for!
What Exactly is CallCenterQA?
CallCenterQA is a telecommuting company that hires both telecommuters as well as disabled individuals and homebound parents part-time to provide call auditing and evaluation services to clients. Basically, this is telephone mystery shopping.
Would you like to work online for a travel company? Did you have experience booking travel? Do you like receiving travel discounts? Then signing up for Carlson Wagonlit Travel online might be a good work-at-home (WAH) option for you. What Exactly is Carlson Wagonlit Travel? Carlson Wagonlit Travel, also known as CWT Netherlands, has been allowing agents to work from the comfort of their homes since 2008.
Would you like to work online for a trusted offline company? Did you ever “temp” when you worked in the B&M (brick and mortar) world? Do you believe you have the skills and self-discipline to work from home? Then signing up for Kelly Services online might be a good option for you. What Exactly is Kelly Services? Anyone who has ever worked as a “temp” probably would recognize the …
TCFCR (The Center For Client Retention) regularly has openings for work from home telephone interviewers. I find this lead posted quite often on Craigslist and other job boards. This is an independent contractor position that involves outbound calling. The company has been around for over 25 years. I want to point out now that this position does require a
A well-known company offering work from home jobs is Sedgwick CMS. They have both phone and non-phone positions available on occasion. This is a popular work from home option because they hire you as an employee, offer benefits, pay well, and even send you the equipment that you need to do the job. Side note […]
If you don’t mind the idea of phone work from home but would prefer not to do customer service or sales, you might consider becoming an interviewer. I’ve been coming across a lot of different companies lately that hire home-based interviewers. While this is outbound calling, you may not be quite as likely to irritate the people you call because you aren’t trying to sell anything. Instead, you’re just gathering information.