Headquartered on Long Island, NY, online florist hires call center agents in its work at home jobs. 1800FLOWERS hires temporary agents during its peak seasons but may keep on some high-performing home-based agents for permanent jobs. (See more WAH holiday seasonal jobs
.) The company has a brick-and-mortar call center in its Long Island headquarters. The 1-800-FLOWERS.COM’s customer contact call center handles calls for other brands such as Cheryl & Company Gourmet Cookies, The Popcorn Factory and Fannie May Chocolates.
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Types of Work-at-Home Jobs at 1800FLOWERS.com:
Agents perform customer service and sales. Taking inbound calls, agents complete transactions using multiple software applications. Agents bilingual in Spanish may be paid more.
Agents are employees, not independent contractors. (See more employment call center jobs.) However, most agents are hired on a seasonal, temporary basis (Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, Christmas, etc.). Typically during the peak season agents are needed for full time work.
Pay and Benefits:
Pay is around $9/hour. Agents are paid an hourly rate for both time on and off the phone. Training is paid. While the company does offer benefits to its full-time employees, most of these jobs are seasonal, temporary jobs.
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Applying for 1800FLOWERS Jobs:
1800FLOWERS jobs page keeps its job description for work-at-home agents up all year, but it typically hires seasonally. If it is not hiring, you may submit your email to be contacted when it is. It will begin the hiring process months before major holidays.
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