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- Company size11 to 50
- Revenue£5m to £25m
Interpreter/translator in London
on 20 September 2017
This job consisted of going to different locations for translating such as courts, police stations, hospitals, law firms and solicitor firms. overall, no two days were the same.
Interpreter in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 1 November 2019
I don't know even if is a legit company
Ok the worst thing to do is accepting working for pseudo companies probably at the back of a kebab shop or something. My advice don't go with this scammers no more they messing about your payments they pay you when they feel like and the pay is absolutely rubbish. On my opinion is not worth the effort to weak up in the morning and work for them .Worse company ever.
Interpreter/Translator in London, Greater London
on 20 June 2019
The agency is very desorganised
I never seen so bad agency before. They promise something but they refuse to respect the agreement. When is about the payment the Interpreter have to argue with them to get pay. They always ask you when is the dead line to get pay the Interpreter to sent the timesheet back+ TFL receipts and also ask about job ref no. They loose so many contracts. They don't accept any adviced. They always send wrong Interpreters for the bookings as I've been told by the clients. Most of the time the Interpreters don't attend for the appointment.
International Translator in North Yorkshire
on 2 May 2019
Extresante pero Gratificante
Los trabajos, los recibía de madrugada y tenía un periodo de entrega de 48h. El estrés era inmenso pero el pago era rápido
Business Administrator in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 29 April 2018
Productive work place
Great job to gain office experience and learn new skills involving how to process invoices and remittance advice, aswell as booking travel for employees.
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