Freelance Interpreter (Güncel Çalışan) – Broward County, FL – 31 Temmuz 2019
The paid takes awhile. You get paid for the numbers of calls you receive. At first, it was a challenge, but I adapted and follow the manuals. The team do not respond back accordingly with your problems or concerns.
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Interpreter (Güncel Çalışan) – Los Angeles, CA – 23 Mart 2019
Different contracts From home Work for yourself kind of thing. Payments are twice a month Security Clearance Government non Government calls ****£ keep a roll call on your own calls to verify payment is accurate *** Easy and reasonably convenient for the employees
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Flexibility of teleworking and choosing your own schedule
Freelance Urdu and Punjabi interpreter for USCIS (Eski Çalışan) – Telework from anywhere in the country. – 6 Kasım 2017
As a freelance interpreter at Lion Bridge, you have a lot of flexibility for choosing your own working days and hours. If you are a telephonic interpreter then you get to telework. The only caveat is that you must have a quiet place to work from. Any background noise is very distracting in this field. Even though you work from home, you are required to maintain a high level of professionalism when talking to a client.
No fixed schedule
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I love working as a Telephonic Interpreter for Lionbridge. The moment you log in you receive calls in the language your are skilled in and you start Interpreting. If there is a problem, just e-mail and the solution will be handled. Even though I work at home, I get dressed and am a professional when I put on my headset. I love helping and making a difference in someone's life.
Work at Home
Payment per minute could raise every year due to Interpreters performance and quality of work done
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INTERPRETER (Güncel Çalışan) – Boston, MA – 30 Eylül 2013
I can not lie and say that everything is as it should be but I can say that it is a great experience to work as an interpreter in the EOIR. A typical day at work is to interpret all day in court setting for the immigration courts. Lionbridge has improved their case coordinator and now I am happy with the one assigned to the New England area. Payment it is a problem, basically you have 2 options, you either get pay every 45 days or every 15 days if you are willing to have 5% deducted from your rate.