Topic-Time is a small American Skype company with Japanese students. Rype is based in the US and is designed for students on the go, so they have an app.
You do not need to know Japanese culture but it is a plus. The teach many languages and students get to choose their teacher. Click here for the comments and the Rype review page.
Classes can be canceled or booked up to 2 hours beforehand.
Applicants are required to make a 10 minute demo class video on a topic of your choice as if it were given to a 4 year old. Click here for the Lingo Kids reviews and comments page. Teachers can work as much or as little as they want, or they can work pre-scheduled shifts where teachers get paid no matter if there is a student or not.
I have had interviews with several of the companies on this list and I am currently working for one of them. They mostly teach business English, but most of them offer test preparation, group and individual classes too.
This is a list that I will be updating, please leave a comment if you have any experiences with these companies or know of any others that should be added to the list.
They are currently hiring and looking for North American teachers. They are looking for remote coaches who can commit at least 15 hours/week and as a human-centric company, prefer to receive cover letters with applications.
They teach English, Spanish, French, Mandarin and some other languages too.
They have their own platform and they are looking to hire business English teachers.
Click here for the comments and the Redwood Language review page.
Click here for the comments and the Lingo Live reviews page.
Way Up is a New York company that teaches English to Chinese students through their platform.
They are a new company so not much is known about them yet, so please leave a comment or review if you know anything about them.