This Finnish e-commerce site is hiring a customer operations specialist, and has reps spread out all over the globe. The job posting doesn’t make mention of an hourly rate, but they do offer this incentive: “We offer a $6,000 resignation bonus! (We believe people who work at DealDash should only do so because they love it, not because it’s their only option financially.)” They pay you to quit a job you don’t like to come work for them—not a bad deal! Apply here.
16. Home Shopping Network
HSN has several WFH positions available for sales reps. You need to live in specific Ohio locations, so check listings to see if jobs are available in your area.
LiveOps is a company that connects work-from-home independent contractors with call-based job opportunities in customer service, sales and more. Learn more and get started on your application here.
The copier (and a lot more, to be fair) folks currently have 8,000 employees who work from home, and they’re looking for more. Check out their virtual office program.
This online B2B printing startup headquartered in Berkeley, California, is looking for a customer service rep. Their website boasts: “You will be working for a company that is breaking new ground in the way brands order and design the packaging that contains their products.” Here’s the application link. If you have a LinkedIn profile, you can import it to speed up the process.
This company needs a WordPress support & customer success manager. As the job title implies, this position entails working with people who call in with problems on their enterprise WordPress sites, so you need a background in that. Salary is listed as “competitive.”