In business, there’s no such thing as unconditional love. That’s reserved for Moms, kids and dogs.
The next best thing, though, is recognition of your company’s work from outside experts. Respected third parties that see merit in your business and are willing to acknowledge its value.
If it happens once, that’s good. Twice, even better. Thrice, you’re blessed. Four times, you’re on a roll. Beyond that: “No brag. Just fact.”
Such is the case for Working Solutions, repeatedly cited for its industry leadership in recent years.
In 2014, industry analyst Ovum put the company on its enterprise short list for home-based service providers. Specifically, Ovum called out:
In 2015, Working Solutions made #13 on the FlexJobs list of Top 100 Companies to Watch for Telecommuting and Remote Jobs. This year, the company again made the FlexJobs Top 100, moving up to the #9 spot.
Recently, Money magazine picked up on that fact in its article, “These Are the Best Part-Time Jobs You Can Do From Home.” It cites a survey of almost 1,100 parents by FlexJobs, a trusted resource for remote work, and the demand for virtual jobs—including Working Solutions on-demand service positions.
Complementing that recognition, Working Solutions placed among Forbes Top 100 companies—the Top 10, in fact—offering remote work jobs for 2016.
Also this year, Gartner, a leading advisory company, names Working Solutions as a “Rising Star” for customer management business process outsourcing (CM BPO) among other industry leaders in its analysis of BPO services.
For a contact service provider such as Working Solutions, outside validation adds weight to its worth. Independent perspectives give credence, which clients should consider when selecting a business partner.
Just look at the facts.