by Chris Durst Apr. 27, 2017
NOTE: Before applying, please note that these are independent contractor positions. If you are not sure about the differences between being an employee and being an independent contractor, please click here to watch our video on the topic.
ContractWorld contracts with work from home customer service agents to service their many accounts – including Pizza Hut!
Pay: As a Remote Order Entry Agent you can earn on average $8 – $10 an hour. (Note: Pay is based on a $0.55 per order rate. We’ve heard from agents who are making “at least $12/hour.”)
Hiring in the US and Canada (not hiring in GA, IN, KY, MS, OH, TN or WY).
From their site:
- Answer Calls
- Process Orders using designated script
- Handle customer inquiries
- Provide customers with product and service information
- Enter new customer information into system
- Update existing customer information.
Flexible On-Line Scheduling:
As a Home Agent you set your work availability to suit your lifestyle, while ensuring you are meeting the contracts requirements.
You get private access to LiveXconnect.com where you can easily build your work schedules in advance.
Hours are distributed evenly within the availability profile you set up. Get extra hours or post unwanted hours to other Remote Contract Agents using the “Shift Board”.
- Training is convenient and at your fingertips.
- All training is performed online from the comfort of your home. Self-led certification courses get you ready for the live on-line classroom.
- Join a live instructor to successfully complete your training and start working – We are here to help you all the way.
These are independent contractor roles, so you will not be an employee of the company. You will work for yourself and ContractWorld will contract with you to service their customers. If you’ve ever wanted to be your own boss, call center opportunities are a great place to begin.
There are LEGITIMATE FEES associated with this opportunity. The IRS is very strict about the differences between employee and independent contractor status. For example, a company that works with contractors cannot pay for their training so, in many cases, companies like this one will charge a small, legitimate fee to train you to work on specific customer accounts. There may also be a small monthly fee for use of their equipment to handle incoming calls. The fees are not big and, in most cases, can be written off as business expenses on your taxes. 🙂
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