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- 4.0Sep 22, 2023Academic TutorCurrent Freelancer, more than 10 yearsBarnstable Town
.Decent hourly wage for new tutors .free and paid professional "Online Tutor Certification" .Growth is possible to an intermediate, but not advanced, degree .Monthly events bring fun connection between tutors, mentors, and the corporation's managing team .a tutor who has been with the company a couple years typically gets a decent raise in hourly wage .Management is fine in the circumstance where a longtime tutor or tutor-mentor receives a desired, outside freelance offer by a different company, asking to take a temporary, "unpaid" Leave-Of-Absence. For instance, in my own case, although they did not have a policy or form regarding such a situation, they were professional and supportive, saying, 'Your tutoring job here at Tutor.com will be available if or when you wish to return here.'
.Certifications need updating each year, which is not as resume-enhancing as one might think as it bounds employees to company space and time limitations. .In 2013, TUTOR.COM had no official position, form or provision for a 2X "Best Tutor" (student voted) and 12.5-years-congruent tutor taking extended (but temporary) Leave Of Absence. In hindsight, it would have left less guessing all around even if, lacking any official take on the situation, a humanly personable couple of statements had been included to actually encourage such a longtime employee's return - even a single statement like 'Don't be a stranger' would have included encouraging warmth which might have seen my return sooner than later. .
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Tutor I professionals working at Tutor.com have rated their employer with 3.3 out of 5 stars in 532 Glassdoor reviews. This is a lower than average score with the overall rating of Tutor.com employees being 3.6 out of 5 stars. Search open Tutor I Jobs at Tutor.com now and start preparing for your job interview by browsing frequently asked Tutor I interview questions at Tutor.com.
60% of Tutor I employees at Tutor.com would recommend their employer to a friend. This rating has increased by 13% in the past 12 months. Tutor I professionals have also rated Tutor.com with a 3.8 rating for work-life-balance, 3.5 rating for diversity and inclusion, 2.9 rating for culture and values and 2.6 rating for career opportunities.