Scheduler/Spanish Interpreter (Current Employee) – St. Cloud, MN and Little Canada, MN – June 7, 2018
This company is great with self-care and motivates employees to be active participants in changes at the offices. The owner, alongside management, always try to find ways to improve communication and the way we go forward with projects, to make sure everyone is on board and happy.
Assistant Manger (Current Employee) – Little Canada, MN – April 27, 2018
Arch Language has a really great vision, and are doing the necessary steps to achieve it. I think for a small business they are on the right track to make this a great place for people to maintain a career.
Scheduler (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – February 2, 2018
It's a good job but you don't really get a thank you when working hard, or staying late to finish your job. Friendly co-workers, good hours. They understand when you have a kid and they get sick or have something going on in school, will allow day off.
Medical and Healthcare Interpreter (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – May 28, 2017
I enjoyed working as an independent contractor for this company, but the problem is that they do not have enough hours. I also am aware of some interpreters who do not necessarily comply with all the work ethics, and they are still working for this company.
It is an excellent place to work, and grow. Have fun with coworkers annually around beach. Positive and healthy relationship among coo-workers and ma
RN - (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN 55104 – September 5, 2016
It is an excellent place to work, and grow. Have fun with coworkers annually around beach. Positive and healthy relationship among coo-workers and management productive , welcoming, flexible work schedule, motivating, The hardest part of the job is loneliness. The most enjoyable part of the job is schedule flexibility.
Interpreter (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – July 6, 2016
The most important skill I learned was how to communicate with various cultures through the Spanish language. Each day presented me with new challenges and I was excited to be traveling to different hospitals working in the medical field. There were no typical days at work and variation and flexibility were essential. The biggest challenge was learning the medical terminology and accurately interpreting them so the patient could understand them.
Somali Interpreter, and Translator (Current Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – June 13, 2016
I enjoyed helping people with limited English proficiency. I also learned diversity and confidentiality. I managed to keep patients information confidential. the hardest part is when the two case to solve with same time. I enjoyed working with health professionals with different backgrounds and experiences