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    1. 5.0
      May 17, 2023

      Not competitive pay but easy work

      English Tutor
      Current Employee
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Hours are easy to schedule


      Low pay for the tutoring going rate

      1. 5.0
        Aug 24, 2023
        Student Tutor
        Former Employee
        Saint Paul, MN
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        great place to work for


        I do not have any cons

        1. 1.0
          Sep 12, 2023
          Former Contractor, less than 1 year
          CEO Approval
          Business Outlook


          Flexible hours, to an extent.


          - Everything, including the interview, is done through their slow, outdated software, which I've had multiple issues with. - Support for technical issues is slow, and nonexistent when in a live session with a student. - After applying and being accepted, they rejected my tutor profile but wouldn't explain why and gave no options for making changes, even after trying to get in touch with support. Didn't hear from anyone for six days and assumed I wasn't going to hear back at all before suddenly getting a notification that my profile had been approved with no changes made. - Never discussed pay upfront, had to look for details in the contract. - Their tutoring strategies directly contradict the training I received at my previous job and, in my opinion, are neither helpful nor effective for students. - Their contracts with individual schools mean that you have to direct each student to "approved resources", forcing you to dig through a list of schools they've contracted with and then find approved resources for that school and subject while the student waits to be directed to help.


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