COMPANY CULTURE / FEB. 21, 2015
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Top 10 Companies that Recruit Work at Home Employees in UK

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So you want to work from home? This is a pretty good idea considering how difficult it is to find a job nowadays! Plus, you might have other stuff to contend with such as juggling family life with work. Well, there are a plethora of options out there for freelancers and the self-employed. Here are some fantastic companies that recruit work at home employees:

10. Aesco

The world of recruitment is notorious for its earning possibilities. You can do it at home too with this company! They also offer positions in sales and customer services.

9. Total CVs

This company is one of the largest in its field. You’ll need to have at least 5 years of experience in the recruitment sector to get a job writing CVs from home. The pay is decent and they clearly only seek out talented professionals.

8. Language Line

This company should be the first choice for adept linguists. If you want to work from home you can become a telephone interpreter (you can do face-to-face work, too). They have positions for people who can speak many different languages from Albanian to Polish.

7. Virtual Assistants

This company is looking for individuals to carry out secretarial work for their businesses from home. So if you have administrative or telesales skills, you should certainly get in touch.

6. Demand Studios

If you’re a writer and/or expert in any given field, then you might want to sign up with this company. They hire experienced home workers to write articles for massive sites such as eHow.

5. Arise

This company offers individuals in the UK, US and Canada brilliant work at home opportunities. They offer a variety of positions including customer support, business outsourcing and consulting services. And these positions come in a variety of sectors from Tech to Health Care.

4. UK Voices

This voice over agency is looking for a range of accents, ages etc. to provide their voices for TV ads, training videos, websites and much more.

3. Designbysoap

One of the easiest ways for graphic designers and marketers to make a living these days is by creating marketing infographics. Designbysoap is a highly prolific agency that’s often on the lookout for freelancers.

2. AppTank

Apps are in demand for businesses large and small. This site takes developers on board who can then browse projects to apply for.

1. Elance

This is arguably the biggest site for freelancers hoping to find work in a variety of fields, from programming to writing to marketing. All you need to do is register, create a profile and then search for jobs.

So why not browse some of these sites to see if they’re the right fit for you? Become one of the 1.6 million Brits who are now self-employed. Don’t forget that there are a variety of work at home positions to be found using regular job boards like Indeed. Here you’ll find specific positions aimed at home workers from different companies that are looking to find maybe one or two workers; rather than agencies that specialise in offering work at home positions.

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