Here are the best excuses to ‘work from home’ according to the internet crowd

 

Customer service: A lot of companies want their customer service reps to work from home instead of a call center. The 24-hour nature of customer service lets a lot of reps set their own hours, especially from home. One company now hiring offers reps a

Read More…

As technology allows more and more people to telecommute, interest and demand in working remotely is also rising. The team at job listings site FlexJobs looked at data from 30,000 companies between June 13 and July 13 to compile the top 25 companies …

Read More…

That study found that 36 percent of men do most of their work at home, versus 23 percent of women. Part of the reason for the disparity could be that women are worried that asking for flexible arrangements could relegate them to the “mommy track

Read More…

Last week, I wrote about Work From Home: Ninja (WFH: Ninja), a side-project by Christina Ng, that crowd sources ‘working from home‘ excuses to tell your boss when you really can’t face the office. The experiment ended up being pretty popular, hitting

Read More…

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *