ACD Direct

ACD Direct


ACD Direct is an excellent company to work for if you need something extremely flexible. At ACD Direct you would be answering phone calls for several different clients. The work is fun, easy and non-stressful!

If you get hired on with ACD Direct you will be required to pass a criminal background check, at your expense. You will also be required to go through some basic training which typically last a total of 6 hours.

You will also be required to work a minimum of 5 to 10 shifts a month.

You will schedule your shift in 1/2 hour increments and there are shifts available 24/7 365 days a year.

There are lots of options to move up within the company.

You are paid by the minute and typically there is no pay guarantee.

ACD Direct pays twice a month through direct deposit.

There is a very strict no background noise policy in place. If you do not have a quiet area in your home, I strongly suggest not applying.

The biggest complain from most agents is the call volume can be very slow at times. It would be hard to make a full-time income with ACD but if you are just looking for a little extra money, I would recommend ACD.

You can submit an application here.


If You Live in Hawaii or are From Hawaii This is for You

Working Solutions is currently looking for work at home agents that are currently living in Hawaii or are from Hawaii. This is an excellent opportunity if you are looking to jump-start your work at home career. I did a review on Working Solutions yesterday that you can read here.

You can apply for this position by clicking here and make sure to use Kristi Corrigan as the person that referred. You should also note on your application that you’re applying for the Hawaii position.

Please pass this on to anyone you know from Hawaii that might be interested.

Considering a WAH Job?

Maybe you have been considering working from home. Are you tired of the traditional 8 to 5? Before you give up your day job there are some things to consider. Getting a WAH job is very different than working in a traditional office setting.

1. Does your spouse make enough to cover the expenses while you are finding work at home employement? Finding a wah job can sometimes take months if not longer.

2. Do you have enough in savings to cover expenses?

3. Do you have the right equipment to work from home? Most companies will require you to have a dedicated phone line, a personal computer, printer and a USB headset.

4. If you plan on doing phone work, do you have someone to take care of your children?

These are all things you should think about before starting your work at home career. You should also factor in the time it takes to obtain employment from home. Some companies have a waiting list of one year or more. You should also think about the type of work you want to do. Some of the most popular work at home jobs are:

1. Freelance Work (Writing, Editing and Web Design)

2. Customer Service

3. Sales

4. Transcription

5. Lead Generation

Throughout the next few weeks, I will be posting more information on all of these areas of employment.

Do you work from home? What is the best tip you can offer to people just starting out?