orking at home for a large company is a good way to make a living yet still maintain independence. To cut costs on office space, many companies are allowing some of their workforce to work from home. This trend is beneficial for anyone who doesn’t like working in cubicles and listening to noisy co-workers gossip. Most jobs of this nature are in sales or customer service. Working from home is not for everyone. Here are the usual requirements for most telephone home agent jobs.
A computer with reliable internet service
In order to communicate with clients and the home office, workers need to be computer-literate and own a recent-model computer with high-speed internet service. Dial-up is usually not allowed, because it is slower by nature. Most companies require high-speed or cable internet. You simply download your company’s software into your computer. They assign you ID numbers to plug into the sign-in screen, to hook your computer to the company’s system. This allows your supervisor to monitor your calls, and help you when needed. Since the boss isn’t there with you in-person, he or she usually will communicate with yo