Virtual Call Center Home Agent jobs are so popular that it’s becoming difficult to get information reviewed, yet alone get hired. It is not uncommon for candidates to spend 10 hours or more to complete just one application for a prospective company. The time commitment can become days or weeks when adding the time needed for multiple submissions and the time necessary to find a company when an applicant is even interested in applying.
One way to reduce this time commitment and improve the chance of getting hired is to apply for a work-at-home position through the American Home Agent Association. This nonprofit association was created to bring call center jobs back from overseas to America and find employment for agents working from home.
With the American Home Agent Association, members complete the Associations application process once. The Association then matches the member’s background to each company’s requirements and submits it to those companies that best match the members qualifications.
The American Home Agent Association follows the same enrollment steps that most companies use when evaluating a candidate:
- Online application and skills assessment testing
- Screening of applicant’s information and matching it to the job requirements
- Auditioning the applicant’s voice
- Phone interview when necessary
- Background check
Once you become a member of the American Home Agent Association, and complete the Association’s single application process, your information is submitted to multiple companies that are accepting indivdiuals with your background.
The Association investigates each corpevery company that is looking to hire work at home agents through the association. This investigation is done by LexisNexis, which employs 18,000 people and is a leader in the field for doing this type of work.
Becoming a member of the American Home Agent Association assures you that any company receiving your information is legitimate. Each company contacted on your behalf will send you a description of the specific job , the pay rate, along with a request for additional information, or your application status. You will always know where you stand, which avoids wondering for months whether or not you got the job.