Our innovative freelance resource talent solution provides the opportunity for retiring professionals to extend their careers working from their home business office and insurance firms with continued access to highly skilled professionals.
Work At Home Vintage Experts has posted job openings with RetirementJobs.com in the past, which means it has actively sought to hire and retain age 50+ workers. Please click the 'View Job Listings' link above to view active jobs, if any, posted on our site.
I was interviewed on the phone this morning by a Ms. Flxxx. She is clueless. Didn't even know that Environment, Health and Safety is governed by regulatory agencies. She asked me if it is an insurance company?? Seriously! Her interviewing skills are terrible - very inept and not personable at all. Left me with a very bad taste in my mouth for this company and happy I told her that basically I am too good to work there.
Building a new resume with the WAHVE representative was both laborious, yet satisfying. The representative was thorough and took her time to help me create a resume that highlighted my accomplishments. This new resume was not typically what would be created by a retired person on their own. I think it turned out rather well. However, it has been 6 months and I have yet to receive my first assignment. I have instead taken other temporary, part-time positions in my community. Sometimes knowing business owners in your home town is a better way to begin offering your expertise to local companies.
IF YOU DON'T OWN A CAR DON'T APPLY
Reviews are padded. only one of the 5 star reviews was from an actual person. The other 5 star reviews were from the company itself!!! Verify this-- go back and read the reviews!! I went through an interview by phone, but after finding out they have only been in business 1 year, and reading the reviews, I am unsure about proceeding with this company.
Agree with the other posters about this company's model. Even though they list specific available job openings, you are not actually applying for that specific job. Rather, you are entering into a lengthy pre-qualification processes and it is up to them to determine who they will pick for a job. There is no follow-up communication and there is no way to reach them afterwards. It is a shame because the concept is noble but the process is flawed.
I am a retired CPA, went through the testing and evaluation interviews over three months ago and have not had one email or phone response from this company. They have a bunch of accounting jobs listed but apparently I’m not qualified for any of them? I think they are not a very good service.
I applied for the Bookkeeper position. I had no problem logging in so I don't understand why anyone else is. It was a long interview process but I got the job! 68 and I was hired! Love being able to work at home!
I went through their lengthy application process and assessment tests, then nothing and no response to e-mails.
After taking the assessment tests, no feed-back or response to email inquiries.
When you click the link of the jobs, it didn't open up and when you called them up, they said it is not for you and when I asked them questions, he hung up on me, is this a scam or something?
Great company to work for with great leadership. Working from home is the best situation for me. I love that we practice what we preach with our candidates who apply for assignments with us. All of the employees work from home and we all work like a well-oiled machine. This is a company that truly cares about vintage workers and provides the best working situation you could ask for.
They make it their business to place retirees in work at home positions in the insurance industry.
What's not to like? I work for a company that values 'vintage' employees and I can do it all from my home. I recommend this company.
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