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Working at Leapforce

  • Grampa Bill 10 months ago
    Do you work at Leapforce? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview? Any advice for someone trying to get in?
  • Bad news, be aware – 1 reply
    benedictify in Chicago, Illinois 18 months ago
    It is a legitimate work at home job. However, the reputation is that they treat their contractors unfairly. December 2009, saw mass emails sent out to contractors with no adverse rating reviews telling them they were terminated. No warning, nothing. Emails from the contractors asking for specifics have gone unanswered. This happened days before Christmas. It is up to a person to evaluate any company that they intend to work with as a contractor. FYI-they have an F rating with the BBB.
  • Samidean in Kansas City, Missouri 29 months ago
    I do not suggest that anyone looking for a good work at home job to waste their time with Leapforce. I made the mistake of wasting my time applying for a job with them. After applying I got an almost immediate email stating that my resume seemed like a good fit for the company and was advised that I needed to take a test before being hired. I was given a date when the test would begin and told that I had a week to complete it. If you look at their FAQ section of their website it states that if you do not pass the test, that you can not take it again. On the day specified two weeks ago, I received by email my instructions for the test and a 150 book of guidelines to study and use while taking the test. It exists of two parts and you have to pass Part 1 before being allowed to take part two, but you are told to use the guidelines while taking the test. I am a college educated woman, who has worked doing Internet research, so I am not a newbie to this. I carefully studied the guidelines and took part 1 of the test and submitted it. Within two minutes I received an auto generated email stating that I had passed part 1 and received part 2, which is 144 actual URL rating tasks, which again you use the guidelines to do. I took the simulator questions first, so I knew that I was doing the ratings right, and then proceeded to start part 2 of the test. I kept experiencing glitches in their system, when trying to submit my rating tasks, and kept having to log out and back into the system to submit them. I got through all of them on time, but still worried about whether all of them got through the glitches in their system or not. On the specified date, I received notification that I had not passed part 2, which I found strange since I had done so well on all of the simulator questions before the actual test, and I have to wonder if all of my ratings even got through the numerous glitches in their system.
  • Host 91 months ago
    What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Leapforce? What do you like best about working at Leapforce? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
  • Host 91 months ago
    It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at Leapforce? Any advice on striking the right note?
  • Host 91 months ago
    Every business has its own style. What is the office environment and culture like at Leapforce? Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers? What is a typical day in the life of an employee at Leapforce?
  • Host 91 months ago
    What do you think - will Leapforce grow fast? Are they expanding their staff? How does Leapforce stack up against the competition?
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