The CBC News Community team is Lauren O'Neil and John Bowman If you're part of the CBC News community, you're likely to meet one of us: we're the folks working to produce and promote your stories.
Pros The team is the best part of working for Vi DA.
You only get paid once a month via direct deposit, and it's not a set day. Pros I get to work from home rocking sweatpants and a 5 days growth on my beard while working on projects I really enjoy. No horrendous commutes, no crappy cubicle, no being a slave with a white collar.
Just like the stellar service the company provides, we all get things done remotely. You'll interact with your co-workes online and on the phone, but you might never meet them!
The idea of some writer/poseur who makes somewhere in the neighborhood of 8-10 dollars an hour as the faux you.
It's terribly unfair to the person your VDA is wooing. Really, they're connecting with a set of facts posing as a human.
When you make a mistake, it's corrected and used as a teaching moment, and you come out on the other side better than you were before. Contracted position, so no taxes are withheld and no benefits.By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever.Please note that comments are moderated and published according to our submission guidelines.That's right, two full-time employees (freelancers, actually) doing nothing but combing the Internet for Mr. Many people aren't spectacular writers, and frankly, having someone else to narrow down the 40 million prospects available on the gazillion or so dating sites online doesn't seem like a big ethics problem either.Here's what I have trouble with: One person pretending to be another.