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  6. Teresa Thomas
    February 24, 2010 @ 6:37 am

    Believe me, I’d love to work in the home, but, my job is fast foods. I don’t think, that the boss can deal with that idea. I’m a cashier at a place called Jack In The Box. I don’t really think, that they would have any jobs for me to do in the home dealing with food. Sure would be nice if I could find something to do that is related to the job such as office work and meetings with the main office which I believe is in Cal. If there is such a thing of working in the home for fast foods, please, do let me know. Sure would love to hear your opinion on this matter.
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    Teresa.
    P.S. You may contact me at hawksnests78@yahoo.com.
    Look forward to hearing from you on this matter.

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  13. Lane
    April 24, 2011 @ 4:52 pm

    Working at home is not all it’s cracked up to be. If you’re keen on it, you should try doing it just one or two days a week at first. That might be more palatable to the boss, as well.

  14. LTruex
    April 25, 2011 @ 9:19 am

    Hi Lane, There are definite draw backs to working at home and some people find they don’t like it. For me, a bad day working at home is still better than a good day commuting to a job. But you’re right that often negotiating just a day or two of telecommuting eases a boss’ concerns. Thanks for posting.

  15. Sean Cavanaugh
    April 26, 2011 @ 12:16 am

    LTruex,

    Your advice comes at a time in our economy where I think working from home can be crucial in maintaining ones budget. Not only are gas prices sky high, but also the money saved on things like lunch and work clothes/dry cleaning can also make a large impact.

    I have owned a painting business for over 10 years and have had many clients who telecommute. Having spoken with many of them they have all made one key point. To be successful from home you must have discipline. So I think it is important for someone to ask themselves if their personality is capable of the discipline required. If they are not sure then comments on a trial period would be a fantastic option.

    Sean
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  16. Obama in 2012
    April 26, 2011 @ 9:50 am

    If you’re in a field where you can work from home, many companies not only allow it, they encourage it. They do so for a variety of reasons, from environmental to reducing office space requirements.

    Obviously, if you’re working in a retail, construction, or food service position, your opportunities for work at home with your existing company are probably limited, at best.

    On the other hand, you can start your own business, or change jobs to open things up for yourself. If fuel prices keep increasing, you may get a nice raise by simply not having to fill your tank any longer!
    Obama in 2012´s last blog post ..‘Pro-Life’ Alaska GOP Kills Health Bill To Insure Thousands Of Low-Income Women And Children

  17. LTruex
    April 26, 2011 @ 9:58 am

    Hi Steve…I agree that telecommuting is more accepted and encouraged now. I wonder if that will be the case when the economy improves. Sometimes companies revert back to old attitudes that workers must be seen to know they are working. And home businesses are easier than ever to start and run if people are willing to put in the time to plan, implement and run them. Thanks for posting.

  18. LTruex
    April 26, 2011 @ 10:00 am

    Hi Sean, Yes discipline is important. I have met some people who say they can’t work at home because they need the structure that comes with going to work. I’ve been known to be lazy, but I’m always able to motivate myself enough to get the job done because I don’t want to have a job or boss ever again. Thanks for posting.

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