About Leapforce at Home Jobs: Leapforce employs independent home based agents to work for their company. At Home agents are responsible for conducting in depth internet-based research and provide information evaluation for leading companies from around the globe. Agents are required to pass a two part exam in order to qualify. Additional details can be obtained at leapforceathome.com/qrp/public/jobs
Leapforce at Home Reviews
- Mon, 28 Jul 2014 05:26:44 +0000: A Leapforce Search Engine Evaluator says "Ehhh." - Glassdoor Leapforce Reviews
From Leapforce Search Engine Evaluator (Current Employee) — Rating 3.0 out of 5 — Sun, 27 Jul 2014
They do pay once a month and as long as you have work you can work up to 40 hours a week (once your account hits the unrestricted status). You can work your own hours as long as there is work, which there hasn't been most of the weekend.
Sure, this is a great job for stay-at-home moms who have babysitters. You cannot work this job with kids running around in the background. You just can't. You either have to wake up at the crack of dawn and try to work before the kids awake, or you have to do it when your husband gets home or after you put your kids to bed. I am lucky if I get 10 hours a week because my husband works all the time and isn't home until late. So I don't get to work until after he gets home. I'm not going to pay a babysitter to watch my kids during the day making 13.50 an hour. It's nice to get paid but when it's once a month and you submit your invoice on the first of the month and don't get paid until the 21st, that sucks! You have to
Advice to Senior Management
Make the pay weekly like ZeroChaos does! Seriously! The training should be paid for and so should all the time spent learning new tasks.
- Fri, 11 Jul 2014 18:20:31 +0000: A Leapforce Search Engine Evaluator says "It can be monotonous at times, stimulating at others... Too little work for Italian raters" - Glassdoor Leapforce Reviews
From Leapforce Search Engine Evaluator (Past Employee - 2014) — Rating 2.0 out of 5 — 1 of 1 found this helpful — Fri, 11 Jul 2014
You work at home and, theoretically, you chose the working hours. If you are interested in this field, you can learn a lot on how the search engine works and distinguish low quality web pages from high quality ones. Payments are regular.
First you have to pass the test which is not easy at all and it takes a lot of time to prepare it (and time spending doing this test is not payed). There's no a minimum task quantity guaranteed, so sometimes you have 20 minutes, sometimes 2 hours of work per day. The tasks are not always available, you have to spend loads of time to "catch" them. If you have kids to pick up from school or something to do in certain hours, be sure that tasks will become available just when you have to go out. It's not always easy to figure out what you are asked to do, as their guidelines change constantly and reading them takes you other time which, of course, is not payed. You have to do 200 tasks in 30 days, otherwise you get removed from the project you were working on. As an independent contractor, there's no chance to grow. Even if you reach some important results, you never get promoted or rewarded in other ways. As somebody said before, you can't work in another country. If, for some reason, you have to go out of the country you were assigned for, you can't work.
Advice to Senior Management
Personal growth and real promotions.
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