TUCSON, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 02, 2018 -- National Work and Family Month (NWFM) is celebrated by Virtual Vocations each October. The company launches the event with a week-long celebration at the beginning of the month. For 2018, Virtual Vocations will celebrate NWFM from Monday, October 1 through Saturday, October 6, 2018.
In 2003, NWFM was established by a congressional resolution. This designation has continued to be recognized by federal agencies, educational bodies, and private businesses like Virtual Vocations. For their part, Virtual Vocations marks the annual designation with tributes to the progression and mainstreaming of telecommuting as a work model and the benefits it brings to families searching for greater flexibility in their professional and personal lives.
“It is important for a company like ours to celebrate National Work & Family Month. Our business is founded on making available to jobseekers—many of whom are working parents or caregivers—flexible, telecommute job leads to match their skills and experience," said Laura Spawn, CEO and Co-Founder of Virtual Vocations.
Greater scheduling and life flexibility is the primary motivator for Virtual Vocations members to search for remote jobs. In 2016, a Virtual Vocations poll of their members during their inaugural NWFM event found that 89% of members named finding a better balance between their work and family lives to be the main reason they want to telecommute.
During the first week of October, on their company’s main website as well as on their social media pages, Virtual Vocations users can expect to find new features and offers including the following:
- 20% off sale on new Virtual Vocations subscriptions
- 15% off sale on Virtual Vocations career services like resumé reviews and rewrites, cover letter writing, and LinkedIn profile writing
- Family & Flexibility Survey for current remote workers as well as professionals seeking telecommute jobs
- New blog content covering a range of topics like the history of telecommuting, remote jobs that pay more than $100,000 per year, and the pros and cons of being a W-2 employee or freelancer
- Facebook Live event on Thursday, October 4, 2018 featuring a telecommuting Questions & Answers session with Virtual Vocations staff members including their CEO, Laura Spawn
- Hundreds of new, human-screened job leads added daily to the Virtual Vocations job board
Family & Flexibility Survey participants will be entered to win one of five prize packages, each including an Amazon Gift Card ($100 value), resumé review by Virtual Vocations’ certified resumé writer ($40 value), and a six-month Virtual Vocations subscription ($60 value).
To learn more about the Virtual Vocations NWFM celebration, visit Virtual Vocations’ website, contact the company on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or YouTube, or reach out to Virtual Vocations via their customer service department at 1-800-379-5092, via live chat on their website, or through customerservice(at)virtualvocations(dot)com.
About Virtual Vocations
Virtual Vocations, Inc. has assisted over half a million individuals in their search for flexible, telecommute jobs. The company is dedicated to bringing jobseekers expertly researched leads that offer some form of telecommuting or virtual work. Virtual Vocations is a private, family-owned, and 100% virtual company incorporated in Tucson, Arizona.
Content Division Manager, Virtual Vocations, Inc.
Virtual Vocations—All telecommute jobs. All in one place.
Laura Spawn, Virtual Vocations Inc., http://www.virtualvocations.com, +1 800-379-5092 Ext: 700, [email protected]
SOURCE Virtual Vocations Inc.