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Updated May 25, 2023

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    1. 3.0
      May 25, 2023
      English/Spanish (OPI) Over The Phone Interpreter
      Former Contractor
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Language Link allowed me to start working as an OPI. I always got my monthly payment on time. Language Link supervisors are kind and respectful. When I received feedback from my supervisors, they were kind and optimistic.


      The rate payment is 4.5 USD per hour with no payroll, no benefits, and only a bonus for referral. When a remote OPI provided the same performance as a remote OPI in the USA. All breaks are scheduled according to call volume. The interpreter had to wait until the call volume decreased to have lunch.

      1. 4.0
        Jan 11, 2022
        OPI Spanish Interpreter
        Current Employee, more than 5 years
        Vancouver, WA
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        They treat you well, as they should. They let you work in peace. HR lady is very nice and always has us doing activities that I appreciate. Compared to other language companies, this one is one of the best because it is not that big, so it still respects its employees.


        Pay only increases from 80 to 90 cents a year. They offer paid vacation but, since they were bought by the miserable BIG Language Solutions company, they don't let you accumulate vacation time anymore; either way, they give us 4 weeks per year. They never hold meetings with the interpreters, so you don't know what's going on, ever. You don't know what the company is doing, what team you are in and what the other teams are doing, you are, pretty much, anonymous. BIG, the parent company, has the worst reputation among employees, but Language Link is a good company overall, I hope it doesn't get destroyed by the new owners. The health insurance they offer is extremely expensive.

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