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Hi HUKD users just wondering if any one from here are working from home (kinda net based or paper work jobs), if so can you please advice me, what qualification/requirements will I need to have to wo… Read More
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Hi HUKD users just wondering if any one from here are working from home (kinda net based or paper work jobs), if so can you please advice me, what qualification/requirements will I need to have to work from home I am desperately need of a job...many thx..

cheers..
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
have you considered registering with different agencies for work? :?
#2
I work from home but only because I couldn't go back to work after my maternity leave ended as the childcare costs made it not worth working. My boss kindly let me still work part time and do the work from home. I do all the typing I would have done in the office so its pretty much straightforward as they supplied me with the equipment and I had already had the PC. Not sure what requirements you need to actually start working from home as it would depend on the nature of the work I suppose. I'd love to eventually become self-employed and do other people's typing etc like on a holiday cover basis or whatever. Something I would have to look into as not sure what would be required for that but maybe some day.
#3
Be careful, there are lots of "scam" companies who say you will earn money working from home, but it is a just a con to get money out of you.

Dont pay ANY money up front (admin fee, registration fee or whatever). You will never get it back, or any work.
#4
What guill said.

I don't think there are many jobs where you immediately work from home and never go in. Most jobs, you work in the office, then if your circumstances change or theirs do, or your role changes, you may be allowed to work from home.
#5
StevenA2000_uk
have you considered registering with different agencies for work? :?


I have registered for few agencies which only give temp posts at office...and have no much idea on once which gives work at home....can u advice on few:roll::roll:
#6
kaks26
I work from home but only because I couldn't go back to work after my maternity leave ended as the childcare costs made it not worth working. My boss kindly let me still work part time and do the work from home. I do all the typing I would have done in the office so its pretty much straightforward as they supplied me with the equipment and I had already had the PC. Not sure what requirements you need to actually start working from home as it would depend on the nature of the work I suppose. I'd love to eventually become self-employed and do other people's typing etc like on a holiday cover basis or whatever. Something I would have to look into as not sure what would be required for that but maybe some day.


i wish u luck...:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#7
guilbert53
Be careful, there are lots of "scam" companies who say you will earn money working from home, but it is a just a con to get money out of you.

Dont pay ANY money up front (admin fee, registration fee or whatever). You will never get it back, or any work.


yeah happen to find lot of those sites and dats y I hav come here to take suggestion...:oops::oops::whistling::whistling:
#8
One of my friends does telephone work at home - she loves it. Think its customer calls from Argos and other big stores. She earns a good living too doing it.

hang on and I will call her to find out who it is she works for
#9
dcx_badass
Do you mean working for yourself at home? If so why would you need specific qulaifications.


hi dcx I mean to say like microsoft office usage, short hand typing skills, animation or using software....:whistling::whistling:
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Its http://www.callcatcherz.co.uk/ she works for. You dont even speak to anyone to start this job - its all done online including many hours of training before u go "live". She said there is a good thread on MSE about that company and loads of help when u r doing your training.
#11
My uncle works from home but he has to because he's blind-works for BT)
#12
bossyboots
One of my friends does telephone work at home - she loves it. Think its customer calls from Argos and other big stores. She earns a good living too doing it.

hang on and I will call her to find out who it is she works for


that would been awesomely great if u can help me out in dat issue and dat would me a suitable job for me...:thumbsup::thumbsup:

thx..
#13
bossyboots
Its http://www.callcatcherz.co.uk/ she works for. You dont even speak to anyone to start this job - its all done online including many hours of training before u go "live". She said there is a good thread on MSE about that company and loads of help when u r doing your training.


thx a lot dat was real helpfull not yet tired the site but thx for ur time :):)
#14
clubba 786
My uncle works from home but he has to because he's blind-works for BT)

:thumbsup:
#15
clubba 786
My uncle works from home but he has to because he's blind-works for BT)


Sorry to take this off topic - but I know someone who is blind and she is in her eighties. Well she is absolutely incredible - so independent, and still goes to the shopping centre on the bus - gets all her shopping, and buses it back home! Last week we went over to visit her and there she was MOWING THE LAWN! She lost her sight 20yrs ago and still lives in the same house so that obviously helps her - but I just admire her so much as obviously hasnt stopped her from getting on with her life as much as she can.

Well done to your uncle btw - keeping independent as well by the sounds of it
#16
bossyboots
Its http://www.callcatcherz.co.uk/ she works for. You dont even speak to anyone to start this job - its all done online including many hours of training before u go "live". She said there is a good thread on MSE about that company and loads of help when u r doing your training.


What sort of wage do you get for this? my partner is wanting to do something from home due to childcare costs etc
#17
bossyboots
Sorry to take this off topic - but I know someone who is blind and she is in her eighties. Well she is absolutely incredible - so independent, and still goes to the shopping centre on the bus - gets all her shopping, and buses it back home! Last week we went over to visit her and there she was MOWING THE LAWN! She lost her sight 20yrs ago and still lives in the same house so that obviously helps her - but I just admire her so much as obviously hasnt stopped her from getting on with her life as much as she can.

Well done to your uncle btw - keeping independent as well by the sounds of it


I to admire ppl like your aunt and if I got a chance I would love to meet her once...:):roll:
#18
ivegotalobon
What sort of wage do you get for this? my partner is wanting to do something from home due to childcare costs etc


It all depends on hours you work - look into it


Sassie empty your inbox please!
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ooops, sorry
#20
nandeep8509
i wish u luck...:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:



Thanks! Just got a bit lucky with my work though doubt it will last forever. Did look at the work at home schemes but like you I am a bit dubious about most of them.

Hope you get something soon and it all works out for you :)
#21
i work for 7 different companies all from home.
if i have to leave the house i get grumpy.
save a fortune on driving costs
wear what i like
wake up when i like
and the best bit is i dont have to talk to anyone at the office :)
#22
Someone mentioned Callcatcherz.co.uk earlier in the thread and I believe they are taking on more agents according to the Contact Centre Focus magazine, I've taken a look at the site and emailed for more info wish me luck ;)

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