No benefits at all. Its contract work. You pay your own taxes.
Worst thing is it’s an international company and you are contractor so no health benefits. Best thing is the staff work with you during outages hero weather, sickness, if you’re going to give birth. You renew your contract every 6 months. Love working for vipkid.
The best thing is the pay rate but that doesn't mean much when there's no 401k, no health benefits, or pretty much anything regarding what a more traditional company would offer. You can take however much vacation and time off you need so long as you submit to a supervisor what's going on which is nice. That also doesn't mean much when you're not getting bookings so you're not even earning anything in the first place.
Vipkid has no benefits and has no sub-situation plan.
You can work from home and you choose the hours you work! Students are sweet and you can work with your pjs on (not really) but working from home is awesome!
No benefits, but flexible hours and chances for a raise yearly. Although it is difficult to get the raise sometimes.
Teacher's are contractors, so I'm responsible for my own health/medical benefits. There are other benefits to earn more money and not just with working more hours. They have on-going learning opportunities, where you can earn tokens. You get so many tokens and get free stuff of your choosing plus you learn even more about the culture in which you are teaching, to help you become a better teacher and engage the students more. Things you can redeem with your tokens include entering into lottery for free iPad, for money, or gift cards to your favorite places. Or tools to help you teach or discounts to their sister company.
The best thing is that you can 100% work from home. Also it is great that you can set your hours and change them any time you want.
There are no benefits provided by VIPKID. As a virtual teacher, you are a contractor. You are able to work virtually from anywhere.
There are no benefits. You are a contract employee.
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