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Working from home has become quite popular, but don’t be too quick to take it for granted. We have to admit, one great thing about working from home is not having to take your PJs off to get dressed in a suit and tie or heels and makeup. While you might believe that you can laze about whenever you want, the reality is quite the opposite.

It’s still work and it can be overwhelming, especially if your tasks and the breaks you take are not organized. Let’s dispel 4 myths that people believe are true when working at home:

Freedom to work, whenever you want –

A work at home job might seem as if you’ve just been granted the freedom to work whenever you want. It does make it a bit easier to fit in minor tasks such as cooking, switching over a load of laundry or taking the dog out for a quick walk. However, you cannot sweep your work at home tasks under the rug and go to the salon or run your errands as you please. As fun as working at home might sound, you’re still required to work during a schedule that is provided for you. Working in CloudSource will have you interacting with customers, answering inbound calls throughout your entire shift, which would make it rather difficult to fit in personal activities.

You no longer need a babysitter –

You might be super excited that you will have more time to play games and watch “Paw Patrol” with the kids. However, working at home requires a lot of energy and focus. Since you will need to portray the image of working in a traditional call center, to the customer on the phone, there cannot be any traditional “household noise” in the background. We can’t hear children, barking dogs, video games being played by your children while you work. You will be required to provide a secure and quiet home office environment while working in CloudSource.

People working from home don’t really work –

People often believe that you’re not working unless you “clock in” at a traditional work place and sit at a desk from 9-5. The reality: employees tend to put in more hours when working at home. Brie Reynolds, director of online content for FlexJobs stated, “People who work from home actually tend to work more than in-office workers. 53 percent of telecommuters work more than 40 hours/week.” On the other hand, when working at a brick-and-mortar company, you more than likely won’t be taking work home with you. If you worked from home you’d probably be up late some nights crossing some more tasks off your to-do list to seize the day ahead.

I can watch my favorite TV shows while I work –

You might think that working from home gives you a chance to catch up on some of your favorite TV shows while you work, but this is far from the truth (at least if you work for CloudSource). Our positions require you to be highly trained on our client’s products and services, making you an expert customer support representative. You will need to stay focused on your customer calls and will not be able to perform well if distracted by the television. During your lunch or other scheduled breaks, feel free to grab a snack, prop up your feet, and catch up on a few minutes of the news or your favorite show and re-energize.

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