While everyone else celebrates Women’s History Month, you can take inspiration from women in history- start your own company and be your own boss! The great women in our history can inspire your own greatness and independence. Experience the feeling of empowerment and thrill of having your own work from home business. Just imagine yourself as the boss running a customer service call center using the Arise Platform.
According to NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners), more than 11.6 million U.S. firms are owned by women. These women owned businesses generate $1.7 trillion in sales, and they employ close to 9 million people. Another impressive statistic: one in five firms with revenue of $1 million or more is woman-owned. You can join these ranks of women owned businesses and seize the day!
Do you love your job? Unfortunately the usual answer is a resounding no. So many people don’t even like their jobs, let alone love them. However, you can finally break up with that job you hate. What if I told you that you could fall in love with your work life and be your own boss? Not only can you have the freedom to make your own hours and work from home, but you can have a successful career operating a home based customer service call center company. The answer for a career that you love is registering to use the Arise Platform.
A new year means a new opportunity for you; 2018 is here and that means it is time for the tradition of New Year’s resolutions. Instead of the “usual” resolutions, this year resolve to make a big change that is going to make a difference in your life and bring you the success you are striving for. This is the perfect time to start fresh and create your very own work from home business. The Arise Platform provides the opportunity to start your own business operating a customer service call center from the comfort of your own home.
As allegations of men’s misbehavior fuel a broader conversation, a zero-tolerance attitude has evolved into discussions about what is acceptable, due process and generational differences.
A Women in the Workplace report finds 63% of men and 49% of women think their organization is doing an OK job supporting gender diversity. But there’s a large gap ion how the sexes view senior management roles. Almost half of men think women are well-represented in senior-level roles — yet women only fill 10% of these positions.