Language Services Associates Employee Reviews about "no one"
90% would recommend to a friend
(4 total reviews)
Laura K.T. Schriver
99% approve of CEO
Found 4 of over 174 reviews
Updated Oct 9, 2023
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- "Work from home, fast communication from managers" (in 13 reviews)
- "Great people at the Call Center, and everywhere really." (in 10 reviews)
- "Great Management" (in 8 reviews)
- "Flexible hours; can even work in the middle of the night if you want." (in 7 reviews)
- "Flexible schedule, one commits when available for work" (in 6 reviews)
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- 1.0Feb 9, 2017CoordinatorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearHorsham, PA
Laid back environment. Spend most of my day coloring which is relaxing.
A lot of office politics. Managers from every department think because they speak in Spanish no one knows they're talking about other managers and employees. We hear you and we think you're ignorant. No one speaks up because no one would listen. If you try to make things better you become a part of the Spanish gossip circle of hate.4
- 1.0Feb 15, 2015Independente Contractor - InterpreterCurrent Contractor, more than 3 years
The supervisor are very nice people, I'm studying psychology so the chance to listen and interpret for therapy sessions is a bonus for me, getting to help people is also nice.
No bonuses at all, I've been consistently good at my job receiving praise from clients and have seen no benefit or even recognition from the company yet (been an employee for 4 years already). You feel demoralized and like doing a good job doesn't matter anyway. Pay is really low and we get almost no time off. I don´t get to enjoy holidays in my own country, but I didn't really mind at first because I got time off on other days (US holidays), now, they won´t even give s that. They keep sending out emails saying: this day is a holiday here in the us but we're scheduling as normal'. Keep asking for favors (if you can please log in, we're getting swamped) and all you get for doing that is per minute rate and a thank you maybe. I can tell you that I'm getting exhausted of working for a company that does not appreciate me. They even got rid of the IFF form that had an option to let them know if a client had praised you, now they only care if you did something wrong or there was a malfunction in the system. I also took the medical evaluation test because I was interested in this and passed. No benefits for doing this at all, continued getting paid exactly the same and one month later, they forced everyone to take the medical test, so I felt my efforts were in vain. And I still get non-medical calls every day which defeats the whole purpose4
- 4.0Sept 22, 2016IndependentInterpreterCurrent Contractor, more than 1 yearPhiladelphia, PA
Good pay, staffs are very professional and courteous. Easy work, great with compensation for other fees. Good with time management.
Not many assignment, not enough work to produce steady income. Telephonic interpreter pays too little. Bad thing about independent contractor is no benefits and tax is not taking out so one have to pay tax at the end of the year, which might be stiff.
- 1.0Dec 11, 2019CoordinatorFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Some good people. You can tell some people really like what they do and are good at it.
Bullies. I’ve never worked somewhere where managers were more childish than the employees. They talk bad about people all day, gossiping and acting like no one can hear them, and giving special treatment to employees they’re friends with. If you’re not best friends with your manager, don’t even bother. It’s like kindergarden, and HR doesn’t care. If you go to HR they treat you like an inconvenience and never actually help. For how cheap this company is, it’s not worth leaving and feeling bad every day.5