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OneClass Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2010
  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Industry
    Education Support & Training Services

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 60 reviews and is evolving.
3.0020172.8620184.2720192.4320201.002021

Reviews

Online ESL Tutor in Toronto, ON
on 5 May 2020
Generally good
Very helpful team and managers. Students are very friendly and most of them are hardworking. Not bad to work there. They can schedule classes based on your time selection and the communication is always very fast and effective.
Academic Disciplines Specialist in Toronto
on 30 April 2021
Company that can't consistently pay its employees
The number of times that this company couldn't make its payroll was completely unacceptable, for a company with 300 employees and 1000 contractors. Work somewhere that will be able to pay you on time.
Executive Assistant in Toronto, ON
on 16 December 2020
Weird Vibe here
I was told by the company this is a young, fun and transparent place to work at. But I totally felt otherwise. I guess they either don’t really know themselves, or got fooled by their own lies. People left every week and no one wanted to talk about it. Given the low salary which could barely help you survive in Toronto and the overwhelming workload that makes you work overtime regularly, everyone working here apparently knows it is not a good place to work at, but they’d rather to fake the surface and pretend things are all good. I guess the company really thinks that people are that dumb here, but it’s not. Sometimes people are just stuck here as they don’t have other opportunities, and they will definitely leave as soon as they get something else. But there is no sign that the company will improve their management or care for their employees. I would say it is actually going worse. So my personal suggestion will be: stay away, unless you are really broke and couldn’t even get a job in the McDonald downstairs. Tired muscles are definitely more preferred than a unhappy soul when the salaries are pretty much the same.
Service Representative in Toronto
on 15 August 2020
Terrible place to work
Do not apply for any job at OneClass. The pay is low, the hours are always overtime on weekends and evenings too, the founders and vps don't have anyone's confidence, employees put in ethically compromising positions, the atmosphere is weird. People are leaving every week but no one talks about what's going on. So much shady stuff is normal here. Getting worse and worse. People are worried if we stay we will get in trouble.
Full time worker in Toronto, ON
on 15 July 2020
No work-life balance, low salary
Chaotic management,no work-life balance. Will have to work overtime, and of course no payment for doing it no matter how long it is. Laying off employees without prior notice and proper reason. Good luck to those who stuck there.

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