Do You Operate a Call Centre from Your Bedroom?

Not all of the new tech-arrivals in the city provide employees with buffet meals and spacious new offices.

We’re interested in the rise of call-centre jobs in which employees work alone from their bedrooms – or, perhaps, sitting rooms, or kitchens, or studio apartments.

Which companies offer these jobs? How much break-time do you get? Does it suit you to work from home?

If you’ve had experience of this, please let us know the details through the form below. We will not publish any of the information provided without your permission.

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Lois Kapila: Lois Kapila is Dublin Inquirer's editor and general assignment reporter. She covers housing and land, too. Want to share a comment or a tip? You can reach her at [email protected]

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