TutaPoint.com FAQ

9 English questions out of 9

June 27, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at TutaPoint.com?

Pros

Let me first say that the other reviews must be talking about the old management, because the current management (Susanna and Sarah) is INCREDIBLE. They were always quick to respond (usually within minutes) to any calls, texts, or emails. They were super organized, always had my back in the case of any conflicts with parents, and genuinely cared about all the students. The job itself is very flexible. Some tutors only take a few hours, but you can get a lot if you want. I wanted as many hours as possible and was able to get up to 30 hours a week during peak season. I was signed up as a K-10 math (up to Alg 2 and geometry) and English tutor as well as elementary/middle science and social studies. Math seems to be the most in-demand subject, so I would recommend tutoring that if you need hours. Other things: you can pick your own hours, you can take sick days if you need to (they arrange substitutes), you work from home ofc which is nice! I tutored all PACyber students and they have renewed that contract, so there are plenty of kids! Should be even more for next year too. You get paid once a month. Note: to be successful, you need a computer with a webcam, a mic, and preferably a touchscreen (with a stylus). I already had a touchscreen laptop which was perfect and I just bought a cheap stylus.

Cons

The pay is mid-range for a tutoring company ($14) and it's a contract position so they don't withhold taxes or provide benefits. Since the rate doesn't seem to ever increase, you probably just want this as a interim/side job.

Advice to Management

Keep on doing what you're doing!

range for a tutoring company ($14) and it's a contract position so they don't withhold taxes or provide benefits.

June 27, 2021

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June 27, 2021

Does TutaPoint.com offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Helped Title I and other at-risk students to succeed at school and pass their classes. While other companies may pay their tutors more, this company really cares about their students and their tutors. They were very flexible if I needed to have an appointment or time off, and provided regular, daily support during sessions. The staff was very committed to helping students learn.

Cons

There are no cons - looking forward to working with them again next school year!

They were very flexible if I needed to have an appointment or time off, and provided regular, daily support during sessions.

June 27, 2021

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June 27, 2021

What is paid time off like at TutaPoint.com?

Pros

Helped Title I and other at-risk students to succeed at school and pass their classes. While other companies may pay their tutors more, this company really cares about their students and their tutors. They were very flexible if I needed to have an appointment or time off, and provided regular, daily support during sessions. The staff was very committed to helping students learn.

Cons

There are no cons - looking forward to working with them again next school year!

They were very flexible if I needed to have an appointment or time off, and provided regular, daily support during sessions.

June 27, 2021

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June 27, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at TutaPoint.com?

Pros

Helped Title I and other at-risk students to succeed at school and pass their classes. While other companies may pay their tutors more, this company really cares about their students and their tutors. They were very flexible if I needed to have an appointment or time off, and provided regular, daily support during sessions. The staff was very committed to helping students learn.

Cons

There are no cons - looking forward to working with them again next school year!

risk students to succeed at school and pass their classes.

June 27, 2021

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June 27, 2021

How is management perceived at TutaPoint.com?

Pros

Let me first say that the other reviews must be talking about the old management, because the current management (Susanna and Sarah) is INCREDIBLE. They were always quick to respond (usually within minutes) to any calls, texts, or emails. They were super organized, always had my back in the case of any conflicts with parents, and genuinely cared about all the students. The job itself is very flexible. Some tutors only take a few hours, but you can get a lot if you want. I wanted as many hours as possible and was able to get up to 30 hours a week during peak season. I was signed up as a K-10 math (up to Alg 2 and geometry) and English tutor as well as elementary/middle science and social studies. Math seems to be the most in-demand subject, so I would recommend tutoring that if you need hours. Other things: you can pick your own hours, you can take sick days if you need to (they arrange substitutes), you work from home ofc which is nice! I tutored all PACyber students and they have renewed that contract, so there are plenty of kids! Should be even more for next year too. You get paid once a month. Note: to be successful, you need a computer with a webcam, a mic, and preferably a touchscreen (with a stylus). I already had a touchscreen laptop which was perfect and I just bought a cheap stylus.

Cons

The pay is mid-range for a tutoring company ($14) and it's a contract position so they don't withhold taxes or provide benefits. Since the rate doesn't seem to ever increase, you probably just want this as a interim/side job.

Advice to Management

Keep on doing what you're doing!

Let me first say that the other reviews must be talking about the old management, because the current management (Susanna and Sarah) is INCREDIBLE.

June 27, 2021

See answer
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