Update 10/16/16 – This job appears to be closed for now. Good luck if you applied!
If you live in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah or Wisconsin, you may be able to get a Hyatt work at home job. They are currently looking for guest service associates in these states. Training will begin on November 3, 2016, so now is the time to apply. Training will last for six weeks.
Hyatt Work at Home Job Details:
What does a Hyatt guest service associate do?
As a guest service associate for Hyatt, you will be taking inbound calls, helping out with the reservation process. The job will require customer service and some sales. You will need to very good at multi-tasking and fairly computer savvy.
How much does Hyatt pay guest service associates?
Per the job description, you’ll earn $11 an hour, with performance-based increases throughout the year.
Do you need a degree to work for Hyatt as a guest service associate?
The job posting doesn’t mention a degree requirement that I can see, but it does say they will be giving preference to applicants with prior experience doing remote customer service work.
What is the schedule like for Hyatt?
Schedules are set, but you get to choose which one suits you best. This is a 40-hour (full-time) job.
What equipment do you need to work at home for Hyatt?
Hyatt will provide you with a computer, phone, headset, and an adapter for dual monitors. You will have to provide everything else, including the dual monitors, high speed internet service, cables, wired keyboard, wired mouse, and a few other things.
Think you’d be a fit and want to apply to work at Hyatt?
Go here to apply. Good luck!
Need a non-phone job instead?
I realize that this is a phone job requiring a quiet background. If that just won’t work for you, you may want to check out this huge list of non-phone work at home jobs I try to keep updated.