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Suzanne Phillips
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over 6 months ago

Among the best aspects of working here I’d say, firstly, is the autonomy. There’re a few days of supervision (unless you’ve zero experience) and then you’re on your own. The accounts vary widely, but for a seasoned MT should be a fairly easy acclimation. As with any transcription job, there’re good ones and bad ones - no two ways about it. That’s just part of the job and expected/understood. My personal favorite aspect was the straight typing (no speech/voice recognition), which makes your proofreading so much easier. I do believe the pay scale could be improved upon, especially for qualified folks. I’d definitely work here again.

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Suzanne Phillips
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over 6 months ago

Biggest mistake? Expecting commensurate pay with experience. And expecting the promised bonus that never came.

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Pamela Hall-Kincaid
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over 6 months ago
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Pamela Simon
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over 6 months ago

I have had over 20 years of worker's compensation, orthopaedics and plastic surgery dictation. I am looking for a part time job.

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Lana Waalkes
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over 6 months ago

That it is a wonderful place to work. The doctors and all the staff are wonderful and a place to learn and grow.

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Lana Waalkes
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over 6 months ago

Not showing up for work. Calling in many times when I should have gone to work.

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Jagan Mohan Balla
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over 6 months ago

I am 18 years experienced in medical transcription, can I get a job to work from home?

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Ellie Mowery
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over 6 months ago

I am 74 years old but don't look my age at all. I am fit and perfectly sharp mentally. I can hardly get anyone to respond to my resume, which is full of skills that would be needed almost anywhere. Should I decline to state my age online?

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JANE PEREZ
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over 6 months ago

What type of business is in this company required?

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Joell Christine Witt
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over 6 months ago

Hi everyone! I live in Hudson, Fl. and am in need of a full time job. The company I work for now (which is non-profit) has laid several employees off, including me and my position. This is my second non-profit I worked for that I have been laid off due to lack of grant money they were expecting. I am keeping spirits up and have faith that God has a plan for me, just a little discouraged.

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