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Huge List of Work at Home Jobs That Offer Employee Benefits

Huge List of Work at Home Jobs That Offer Employee Benefits By Holly Reisem Hanna

Working from home has a TON of perks, but there is a downside. First, the majority of work at home jobs available are for independent contractors and freelancers, which means you’re responsible for your own taxes. Second, most gigs don’t offer employee benefits, so no health insurance, no paid vacation, no sick leave, and no matching 401(k) retirement plan. All these things must be taken into consideration when you decide to work from home.

Luckily, more and more companies are offering telecommuting positions with employee benefits. From my research the majority of remote jobs that do offer benefits are for full-time workers, which is generally the case when you work outside the home too. So if you need a telecommuting job with benefits here are some great companies to check out.

Please note, while benefits were researched on the corporate websites and/or and are believed to be correct, you need to check with the individual companies and HR departments for complete up-to-date information. Companies are listed in alphabetical order with the positions they hire for and the benefits they offer.


Hires Freight Sales Managers and Virtual Customer Care Reps.

Adecco offers a temporary employee benefits programs. Once on assignment, you’ll have access to medical coverage, 401(k), service bonuses, paid holidays based on accrued hours, and more. (more…)

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5 Easy Tips for Dealing with the Isolation of Working from Home

5 Easy Tips for Dealing with the Isolation of Working from HomeBy Dr. Bola

“Do any of you ever get tired of your whole work-life being online? I’m starting to think that my nagging depression is related to not working in the real non-online world.

I’m starting to consider changing to start a business or job where I get to talk to real live people”.

So went an update in a Facebook group of women business owners I happen to be a part of.

Working from home has it’s merits; the flexibility to plan your work around your life, not the other way round, the control you have with the flow of your work and the hours you add back to your day from not having to commute further than the stroll from your bedroom to your office (or dining table).

With all these advantages, why isn’t everyone clamoring for this work arrangement?

Working from home has one big drawback that burns out people and makes then profoundly depressed; the isolation or loneliness.

In a survey of 258 women working from home isolation came in tops as their ONE big frustration with this work arrangement

Working in perpetual isolation is only for a special few. Most of us crave social interactions and being part of a community. (more…)

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How to Find the Perfect Work-at-Home Job

How to Find the Perfect Work-at-Home JobBy Reelika Tiik

It is a dream of many moms to stay at home with their kids. Unfortunately, living on one income can be tough or sometimes even impossible. Therefore, moms are often looking for ways to make some extra money or earn even a full-time income from home.

Finding the perfect work-at-home job can be challenging, but it is definitely doable. Following these simple tips can help you on your way to finding your perfect work-at-home job.

Tip # 1 – Get Clear Whether You Need a Part or Full-time Job

Create a budget for your family and track your income and expenses. Discuss with your partner whether you need to find a full-time work-at-home job or you just want to make some extra cash. A good way to do it is to calculate the potential amount of income. Is your part-time income enough or do you need full-time income?

Tip # 2 – Brainstorm Your Passions and Skills

Write down all of the things you enjoy doing. These could be anything, including communicating with people, being online, writing, cooking, taking care of the kids, etc. Now underline those that you are most passionate about. (more…)

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How to Be a Successful Mom Entrepreneur

How to Be a Successful Mom EntrepreneurBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Have you ever wondered why some people succeed in their business, while others continually struggle? I’ll let you in on a little secret. It has nothing to do with a college degree, how high your IQ score is, or even how much money you have to invest in your business. In fact, the answer is quite simple, but all too often overlooked and ignored.

The key to success is … professional support.

Now, I know what you’re thinking … “I can’t afford to hire someone … and I don’t know of anyone who can mentor me.” Well, guess what? Neither of those are roadblocks to your success, because I’m going to tell you how you can get a mentor for FREE. But before I do that, let me tell you why having a mentor is so important to your success as a mom entrepreneur.

While you may have supportive friends and family in your life, if they’re not entrepreneurs themselves there is a huge gap in terms of communication, mindset, and moneymaking views. To put it plainly, sometimes they just don’t get it. That’s why having a mentor, who has been there and done that, can be such a great asset to your business. Not only does a mentor share invaluable business expertise, but they can also provide accountability, support, and encouragement.

In fact, a couple of this year’s American Small Business Championship Winner’s attribute mentors to their small business success. (more…)

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How to Market Your Small Business on a Shoestring Budget

How to Market Your Small Business on a Shoestring BudgetBy Deborah Sweeney

Marketing is something that’s changed drastically over the years. Gone are the days of paying the local newspaper to print up a press release. Though, nowadays, it seems that marketing tactics are changing faster and faster. Where there used to be only a couple of marketing options for small business owners, there are now countless, and all within a small business price range!

Here are three great low-budget marketing options for small business owners:

You need to have a Facebook and Twitter account.

Facebook and Twitter have great marketing benefits, but, more than that, to even be considered relevant, you need to get your business a Facebook and/or Twitter account. A website is where your customers go to find out what they need to know about your business, and social media is where customers go to find out about who you are as a business; what your voice sounds like. Facebook and Twitter are also great places to post any deals or new products you’d like to highlight. Just be sure to consistently update. You don’t have to go crazy posting multiple times a day – even once a day on each outlet is fine. Just show your customers that you’re there and ready to respond to them. (more…)

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