• Andvaris Arise IBO - Is working from home right for you?

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    Hey guys welcome to Andvaris Virtual Solutions, today we are going to go over a little Q&A on one question, I think this question is very important. It is; can anyone work from home? I think the answer to that question is no, not everyone can work from home, but I'm going to get into more detail in this video and with a few other questions that will help you decide whether working from home is right for you.
    Alright guys welcome back; let's get started I'm going to jump right into it. Can anyone work from home? That's something we were talking about just a second ago and I think that not everyone can work from home and for many reasons. I feel like it's a certain person with certain dedication to be able to work from home. Remember you won't have anyone on top of you, you won't have anyone checking whether you work that day or not, you won't have anyone checking whether you came in late today or yesterday or day before that. There's no micromanagement, you're working from home, most of our CSP work in other states from their home, so we're not on top of you. There's no one there supervising you or managing you therefore you have to be responsible for all the work that needs to be done, for clocking in on time for, working their clients you say you're going to work or the hours you're going to work. So no, I feel like not everyone can work from home. I guess if I want to just wrap it up it i would say it takes someone who's resourceful, highly motivated and could work independently. If you require consistence in a direction or feedback then working from home probably isn't for you. That is the truth.
    Alright, let's go ahead and answer the next one. I have some questions here you should definitely ask yourself before starting to look for a position or work at home position.
    The first one; am I happy spending long period of time on my own? You really have to ask yourself that because; you are going be on your own. You are on your own, you sit at your office desk, you clock in and you're working you're on your breaks you are off, and the entire time you are working you are on your own. There's no one micromanaging you telling you what do, no one on top of you.
    Second question; am I self-disciplined and self-motivated? Remember you have to be on top of yourself pretty much, so are you motivated enough? Do you have enough discipline to clock in on time to work the hours that you said you would work you know to work for the clients that you chose to work for. So something you do have to ask yourself guys is; am i confident working without supervision? If you're confident that you can work by yourself, double check yourself, not needing anyone giving you feedback or directions all the time, then yes maybe that's something you can do. So working from home might be for you. Another question you have to ask this; am i comfortable communicating with my colleagues via email, chat, video conference, instead of face-to-face? All of our CSP are in our portal and our big company portal therefore we communicate with all of our CSPs via chat, via text, emails even sometimes video conferences but it's never face to face. So are you comfortable with being able to work for a company where everyone likely will never see you face to face? Show less
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