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Why I Like Onlinejobs.ph Part 1

By Mommy Mentor On July 6, 2011 Under onlinejobs.ph, work at home job

I’ve been working online since 2006 and one of those sites that I highly recommend for Pinoys to get a job is onlinejobs.ph.

There are 4 things I actually like about this site that is beneficial for work at home moms like me.

First is that the site owner, John Jonas, is a respected figure in the Internet Marketing scene.  His blog, jonasblog.com is OnlineJobs.ph Banner 180x150filled with case studies of numerous successful working relationships between his Western clients and home based Filipino workers.  He is a staunch advocate of outsourcing and highly recommends Filipinos for the job. He has a staff of Filipinos manning the site.

Second, they are not a big fan of resumes. The site has a Jobseeker Skills Page where you need to honestly rate your skills. So it doesn’t really matter if you have the right educational background for a particular job. What they want you to tell the prospective employers is if you can do the job. Some employers though still ask for resumes upon application, but most of them don’t.

Third, they guarantee payment for work done if your employer turns out to be a con and runs off with your work without paying you. You need to report the incident though and if after conducting an investigation and they found out that you are indeed the aggrieved party, then they may even resort to banning that employer from their site. How’s that for a worker’s peace of mind? It does wonders.

And fourth, majority of the jobs available in this site are for long term employment. This is a good thing especially for those who need to have a regular source of income. Pay is not on a commission basis. You get a regular salary from work done every month. Some pay weekly, others bi-monthly or even once a month. This part though will be an agreement between you and your employer.

Of all the job sites I’ve looked into, this is the only site I know that has a video outlining the expectations of a Western employer that applicants may not be aware of. More on this on another blog post.

It is easy to get hired as long as you have the proper skills and attitude needed to work from home. Onlinejobs.ph is a legitimate site to look for a home based job but once hired, keeping your job is already your responsibility.

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