Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Tips On Finding A Work At Home Opportunities
Copyright © Obinna Heche
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The idea of finding work at home opportunities seems rather far fetched. Someone looking for such opportunities typically does not know how to start looking for that type of home office work, nor do they even take the time to reflect on whether they are suited for working at home.

Surprisingly though, work at home opportunities might just be one of the easiest thing to find. if you are already employed. Why? Because they are often available for the very job or at least the current employer of the person looking for such opportunities.

That is right. The job a person has right now, that job for which he or she rises at 6am, for which she or he dresses in suit or career attire only to sit in stalled rush hour traffic for a couple hours a day and then in a little cage with the other workers for another eight hours, just might be one of the opportunities.

Most jobs can be done at least part time from home or any location where the means of communication and the necessary information is available. The general rule of thumb for determining if a job can be done at home is to think about whether one could close the door and have contact with no one else for a few hours and still complete job tasks successfully. If the answer is yes, that job is one of the many part or full time work opportunity.

Most home businesses are not nearly as dependent on the right job tasks because most job tasks are right for telework as they are dependent on the right workers. Not everyone has the right temperament for telework. A smart supervisor allows someone who requests a work from home job to complete a self assessment first. This self assessment may let that worker know that she or he is better off working in the office with others.

If the self assessment is completed with that employee still requesting consideration for work, then an assessment of the worker by the supervisor must be completed. Issues for consideration are job knowledge, self-motivation, autonomy, enough technical knowledge to troubleshoot basic computer problems, trustworthiness, a safe and secure home environment and a quiet home office that will allow for work flow and conversations that will be seamless to clients.

Obinna Heche: Los Angeles- California

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