Food order taking

Food Order Taking Work-From-Home Opportunities

Work from home: Taking food orders

Contracting with Liveops as an independent customer service agent taking food orders is good for people who want to make extra cash nights and weekends. It’s also a good option as an additional revenue stream for independent contractors looking to expand their businesses.

Earn extra cash and grow your independent business

If you have ever called in an order for take-out or pizza delivery, then you know what this work-from-home customer service opportunity is all about. This popular call type is great for people who like quick calls and are available during peak times, especially on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. Do you have what it takes to work at home taking orders for restaurants?

Are your skills and availability the recipe for success?

Timing is the key to making the most out of an opportunity to get paid to take food orders from home. Peak hours are from 3 p.m. to midnight Eastern time on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, so you’ll want to schedule yourself to take calls then.

  • Do you have a passion for delighting customers and a commitment to getting their order right?

  • Does working Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights fit your plans and lifestyle?

  • Are you a master multi-tasker who can quickly take a caller’s order and information and enter it accurately? People are counting on you to hold the onions or make sure they get extra cheese.

  • Are you comfortable with computers and able to learn and use customized software and applications?

What are customer service calls like?

As a Liveops agent working at home taking orders, you will use your customer service skills and attention to detail to help callers with their food orders, ask if they want a side or dessert and then place the order using the client’s online tools.

You might also help callers by finding coupon codes for deals they heard about on TV or the radio, checking on the status of their order or transferring them to their local store locations.

These calls are short and can come in quickly, especially during peak times.