What Our Clients Say

t-stone

It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I jumped up 15,000 dollars from my last job.

Lee Stone, Waynesboro, Virginia

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I got the job. These are the results that I wanted but could not get on my own. I recommend Ignite Resumes for anyone who is tired waiting around for results.

Greg Gilbert, Kerrvile, Texas

mike

I have gotten a good job and made more money. So they are highly recommended by me and I have already referred several friends to them.

Mike Crawford, Akron, Westerville, Ohio

t-glorianna

2 months after my email to Ignite Resumes I was in my dream job. That was the best email I ever sent.

Glorianna Maenner, Downingtown, Pennsylvania

t-rafferty

I got the job I wanted with a 20k increase. The Human Resources person told me that I had a fantastic resume and said how well written it was.

Anthony Rafferty, Florence, New Jersey.

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I got interviews for jobs I would never have been able to get otherwise.

Brian Clayton. West Palm Beach, Florida

Demonstrating An Ability To Work Independently Is A Vital Requirement Of Home Based Employment

Demonstrating an ability to work independently is a vital requirement of home based employment. By definition, home-based employment is highly dependent on the independent abilities of each employer to work without supervision. When applying or seeking a home-based employment opportunity, there are many ways the applicant can inform or display their independence to the employer. Depending on the applicant’s style and the hiring process of the employer, the applicant can effectively demonstrate their abilities and help secure a role in the home-based job. Working independently is an essential element of home based employment and without its effective demonstration, a secured role with the company is unlikely.

Because of the unconventional atmosphere of home-based employment, there are no supervisors, managers, or bosses continuously looking over shoulders or babysitting their employees. In most cases, progress during work is monitored on a good faith basis by the employee informing the employer of the progress or submitting the appropriate paperwork. Realistically, an employee can wait until the very end, at the point of the deadline, to actually finish their work. This can result in a sloppy finished product. While occasionally this is inevitable, employers would like to avoid employees who make this their work ethic. Thus, employers place plenty of weight on the prospective employee’s ability to work independently without constantly being monitored. An appropriate demonstration of career independence can also help demonstrate to the employer that the employee is not easily distracted by all of the interruptions and diversions of home life. These distractions can also hinder progress much the same way as a lack of self-discipline can.

The best way to effectively demonstrate professional independence is by detailing the work ethic in a resume. With every description of previous achievements, employment, and experience, the resume should also detail the qualities and skills that were necessary for that particular point. Most importantly, independence from supervision and the resulting success should be highlighted and emphasized throughout the resume, so there is no doubt in the employer’s mind that the applicant definitely possesses the quality of independence. Another avenue of demonstrating independence depends on the hiring process of the employer. If the employer conducts face-to-face or even over the phone interviews, a more subtle yet just as effective demonstration of work independence can be utilized. This may be a better option than simply detailing independence in the resume. This way, charm and personality can also be used to smooth over important details. Instead of pressing the issue on paper, emphasize and describe previous experience with working independence in person or over the phone. Usually through conversation, a person is able to say more than they would by simply writing a resume. These two recommendations should not necessarily be viewed as opposing techniques. Both should be used when applying for a job.

In most cases, the employer will rarely be able to have supervision over their home-based employees. Understandably, this may make many people in their situation uneasy about new and unknown employees. The key to securing a role with these employers is to demonstrate the ability to work well without supervision and highlight self-discipline. Either through a resume, through an interview, or a combination of both, emphasizing independence is essential for securing a home-based employment opportunity.

 

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What Our Clients Say

t-stone

It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I jumped up 15,000 dollars from my last job.

Lee Stone, Waynesboro, Virginia

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I got the job. These are the results that I wanted but could not get on my own. I recommend Ignite Resumes for anyone who is tired waiting around for results.

Greg Gilbert, Kerrvile, Texas

mike

I have gotten a good job and made more money. So they are highly recommended by me and I have already referred several friends to them.

Mike Crawford, Akron, Westerville, Ohio

t-glorianna

2 months after my email to Ignite Resumes I was in my dream job. That was the best email I ever sent.

Glorianna Maenner, Downingtown, Pennsylvania

t-rafferty

I got the job I wanted with a 20k increase. The Human Resources person told me that I had a fantastic resume and said how well written it was.

Anthony Rafferty, Florence, New Jersey.

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I got interviews for jobs I would never have been able to get otherwise.

Brian Clayton. West Palm Beach, Florida