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What are your colleagues talking about?
- 1.0Sep 18, 2022Translation Project ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsWashington, DC
It is true that you get to learn a lot about CAT Tools and you get to meet colleagues and translators from all over the world.
The company’s owners/bosses they don’t care about their employees at all. If you want to become a slave with no personal life and on top of that being mistreated everyday and pushed to work harder and harder with a joke salary then work for them. They are layers who promise everything and then make you feel like trash so they don’t give you what they have promised. It is a very toxic work environment where bosses will make employees fight one another .flexword translators & consultants Response12mo
From our point of view, this is a fake review: we have never had an employee in Washington/DC in the past, nor do we currently have an employee who lives there or has moved from there to Florida (where our office is located). We are sorry that our team members are facing these allegations, as our team leaders care deeply about their colleagues. We refrain from consulting a lawyer because we prefer to invest the budget elsewhere, especially in training of our staff.
- 1.0Nov 22, 2022TranslatorFormer Freelancer, less than 1 yearParis
they are ok, pay bad, as many agencies, have a crap website and design, overall the typical crap company exploiting work force and freelance tranlsators, the videos on the website do not express any modern work culture, employees look stressed, and that is probably how it is to work on contract with them, no .com domain, only .de domain, and that in a global working company, it is embarrassing!
NDA is ridiculous, underpaying freelancers