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To Freelance Or Not To Freelance: That Is The Question

Ms. Career Girl

The post To Freelance Or Not To Freelance: That Is The Question appeared first on Ms. There is also a side-question of whether or not you are a freelance worker by choice or because there are no other choices. This sidebar, however, comes with a very real caveat, which is to say that employers have found out the benefits of forcing their workers to accept freelance contracts, which takes away serious financial and human service obligations associated with hiring employees.

Telecommuters Get Lower Insurance Rates?

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Telecommuters Get Lower Insurance Rates? June 14, 2008 · 4 comments I just saw this today and am thinking now I’d better call my insurance agent to be sure I’m noted as a “pleasure&# driver on our car insurance policy… From the Consumer Federation of America (CFA): “Auto insurance rates are partially based on how much you drive and how you use your car,&# said J.

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Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2019

Ms. Career Girl

FlexJobs has released its annual list of the Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2019. This list is based on an analysis of over 51,000 companies and their remote job posting histories in the FlexJobs database to identify the top 100 companies with the highest number of remote job openings during 2018. To be considered, the jobs offered by these companies had to be remote-friendly, either allowing for candidates to telecommute entirely or part of the time.

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The Best Ways to Make Extra Money on the Side

Ms. Career Girl

Whether working from home or putting in a few extra hours at a second job, the following ten suggestions may help you make extra money on the side. One – Freelance Work: Freelancing offers several advantages to individuals who want to generate a little extra income. Many parents, retirees, and students prefer working from home. Eight – Rent Out an Extra Room: A spare room in your home could bring in a nice extra income.

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The Best Ways to Make Extra Money on the Side

Ms. Career Girl

Whether working from home or putting in a few extra hours at a second job, the following ten suggestions may help you make extra money on the side. One – Freelance Work: Freelancing offers several advantages to individuals who want to generate a little extra income. Many parents, retirees, and students prefer working from home. Eight – Rent Out an Extra Room: A spare room in your home could bring in a nice extra income.

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5 Jobs You Can Do Anywhere

Career Realism

Whether they are married to someone in the military, or they simply enjoy moving frequently, some people need to find jobs that allow them to move without giving up their positions. The following five jobs not only provide people with a decent living, but they also allow their employees to move all over the country. Keep these jobs you can do anywhere in mind with your next career change. Insurance Sales Representative. Freelance Writer. Job Search

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What's in a Phone Number?

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal What’s in a Phone Number? If you purchase the toll-free number from the phone company there is likely an add-on charge for the option, and you have to pay the toll on every call that comes into it. It can also help reinforce the community presence of local franchises of national chains, such as real estate agents and insurance brokers.

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it’s your Friday good news

Ask a Manager

I’ve been working at an organization whose mission I really love for 3 years. I’d been casually job searching since my area is highly in demand right now, but my colleagues encouraged me to advocate for myself and ask for more compensation.

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Got a Phone And a Plethora of Patience?

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Got a Phone And a Plethora of Patience? December 4, 2008 · 3 comments Once upon a time, a l-o-n-g time ago, I worked for a major department store’s call center, taking phone-in orders from their catalogs. So back to working in a pre-turn-of-the-millennia call center. I hated that job. I hated my job because I hated the working environment (not the actual work).

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Got a Phone And a Plethora of Patience?

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Got a Phone And a Plethora of Patience? December 4, 2008 · 3 comments Once upon a time, a l-o-n-g time ago, I worked for a major department store’s call center, taking phone-in orders from their catalogs. So back to working in a pre-turn-of-the-millennia call center. I hated that job. I hated my job because I hated the working environment (not the actual work).

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4-Day Weeks

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal 4-Day Weeks June 9, 2008 · 4 comments I actually have 7 day work weeks, but it doesn’t matter how many times I sit down at my desk to work in any given day or week – it doesn’t cost me any gas money to get here. It’s one of the perks of working at home, right?! Right now they attend school from 8am to 2:20pm.

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employee’s boyfriend keeps making her late for work, seriously ill employee who’s making mistakes, and more

Ask a Manager

Employee’s boyfriend keeps making her late for work. I manage an employee, who does good work. This is fine in principle as our company has no policy on dating coworkers and they work in different departments. Over the past two months or so, my employee has been late for work nearly every day, by up to 20 minutes. We work in a department where certain tasks have to be completed by certain times, so it’s important employees are on time.

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job applicants’ parents keep calling me, coworkers are ranking the attractiveness of women in the office, and more

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Job applicants’ parents keep calling me. I work at a summer camp, with loads of seasonal volunteers and employees. They aren’t seeing this as a job. And since this is volunteer work, we really need the parents on our side. Because this is a job application, we don’t discuss those details with anyone other than the applicant directly.”. Our board told our new director I applied for her job, even though I asked them not to.

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BNET Column: Forget the job hunt. Have a baby instead. | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog BNET Column: Forget the job hunt. Posted to: Job Hunt | Women September 7th, 2010 Del.icio.us This is the most up-to-date career advice you’re going to get for dealing with a down-in-the-dumps job market. First-choice escape from reality: Grad school,which is almost always a waste of time and money. There are very few available jobs that require a graduate degree.

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