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    1. 3.0
      Nov 29, 2016
      Anonymous Contractor
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      Competent tutors to help clients to ensure the longevity and success of the company. Work from home is a plus but flexible schedule is only based on their availability and approval. Great potential to earn play money but not dependable enough to make a living.


      Any tutors working for Brainfuse easily are smarter and more competent than most management members/ monitors on staff. And yet, tutors are paid a gross $12 per hour rate while tutoring students and even less when sitting idly waiting. As contractors for Brainfuse, management can cut your tutoring sessions/ hours without advanced notice and they have done it every year I have worked for them (going on my 3rd year now). You are also not entitled to any company benefits or rights. Therefore, the "contract" you sign upon hire is an one-sided document that only serve to protect the company's interests. Recently, they have adopted a new clientele of job seekers from libraries nationwide. Tutors of advanced subject levels are automatically deemed the competency and qualification to critique job resumes and cover letters, give out career advice, and assess answers to interview questions. I highly doubt any tutors getting paid $12/hour on Brainfuse are qualified to critique the resume of a former executive employee at a Fortune 500 company. Broad subjects are not broken down into precise levels of difficulty so students can find tutors best eloquent in the subject matter. You will get students looking for help on more advanced topics than you can handle. Flexible schedule is not accurate. You are fully committed to your schedule and will be questioned and warned if you miss your sessions.

      1. 3.0
        Sep 24, 2021
        Online Tutor
        Current Employee, more than 1 year
        New York, NY
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        Money decent amount Cant think of any other..Already 5 words are there


        It is ful of it night sleep...

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