Cut & Paste why?
Posted By: Quig on 2008-09-09
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I have been curious about this for a while. Why do companies need us to cut and paste our resumes into an email rather than attaching them. 9 out of 10 companies on MTjobs request this and go so far as to say they will DELETE emails with attachments. Anyone know or have a guess?
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Wilma reincarnated. Cut and paste same response. Cut and paste. nm
Did anyone ever tell you why no cut/paste? I always want to know why. sm
But I'm not going to be able to continue working for them, since they just don't have enough work during the time I have available, so it won't be a problem.
I am trying to paste...
My resume in the Transtech application form. I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to do that?
Info is obviously a cut and paste.
Anyone could do it. Why would OSi stoop so low?
going to cut and paste your post
because everything you have said is so very, very true. I don't have 31 years of experience - but I do have 25 years of transcription/secretarial experience and 12 years of MT - so I have a little bit of an idea what I am doing - and you are so right - if you cannot at least bring in $100 a day - why bother? I am at that point too. I am doing SR for 4.5 cpl now - but have something else in the works - it is my very last straw.... so not giving up quite yet. I am so very, very sorry for what you have gone through - know you are not alone - not sure what can be done - but you are not the only one in this boat!!
Copy and Paste....
I have a few of my own standards in MS Word that I will copy and paste into Meditech, but I find the tabs do not translate over to Meditech. Do you have this problem as well? It is aggravating because I have to fix these when I go back to the Meditech screen
I posted a cut and paste of what sm
they sent me and it clearly states that you are hired as an SC and then are offered SE status. That's pretty clear. My question is why would they hire you as SC status, tell you when to work and then offer you SE status? Pretty fishy. I understand you don't like the comment I made about being pimped out but I don't know what else to call it when folks accept this practice of working as an SC being told what and when, paying double taxes and putting up with this stuff. your just handing your hard-earned money over!
I use Meditech and don't cut and paste
and it's fine for me.....we use Word inside Meditech so I have all my macros and stuff.
This might help you out :)
thanks for the copy and paste--sm
but latest and related are not the same thing. all I am seeing are posts that were placed after mine and nothing in relation to the original post questioning the company. sorry again.
Can't bring up the article - could you cut and paste - sm
it so that we could read it??
copy/paste is against the rules.. we were
from the onset to NEVER EVER copy and paste. If you are doing this you should stop it soon before they figure it out and you get in trouble.
If I had to copy & paste my IM to an email...
...because I needed a conversation documented, I would do it. I would find a way. Even if I had to get a disposable camera and take a couple of darn pictures of the computer with the IM on it. LOL!
By the way, what happens if you doin't respond to the IM? Are you an employee with the co? No co. would make me do IM, but that's me. What is the co. so concerned about that they don't want something documented in email???
Should I attach or copy and paste
the questionnaire and resume into an email when sending them back to Webmedx? No preference was given.
When you paste a resume on the Job Seekers
or does it print correctly on the recruiter's side?
could you quickly copy and paste your document into another? then
you could just keep adding on the lines in each document to your own master document for the day. Then you would have a line count for the day. I bet you could write a macro to do this.
Just paste it and let it go. They're looking for content, not format, when ....sm
...the resume is sent via a web contact form. If you are a good MT with good qualifications, they won't care how it's set up, but do make sure words are spelled correctly. That's a huge bugaboo when I read resumes.
Highlight all the text you want to paste and right click
your mouse. You should get a list of options, one of which is copy. Select copy. Go to the page you want to paste your resume and right click your mouse again. Again you will have options, one of which should be paste. Click paste and there is it. If you right click the second time and you don't get paste, go back through the above steps again and copy again and then try paste.
Cut & paste. They expected us to type in Word and
but that still takes time to copy/paste
This company prob charges their client the same rate for the entire report; everyone is feeling the crunch! So, let's hit the MT's pocket; I'd pass on companies like that.
Any company will leave you alone if you do your work, so that's not a plus!
Put them in auto-correct - copy and paste. Quick and easy! nm
TSI now SoftMed was supposed to be atrocious with their DOS software and cut-and-paste work. Any
I googled labor board. Copy/paste in address bar
May have to key in either your state or company state not sure which or maybe both.
you get a form to put in your name, email, and paste your resume. MTSpot sends it to the recipient
No special software. Just copy and paste the report you typed to Microsoft Word on your
computer. Under the Tools menu, select Word Count. Characters are listed with or without spaces. Take the total of either and divide by 65 to get your line count. Then match that with what your company is giving you for a line count.
If you don't have Microsoft Word, then you can download a free trial of Abacus line counting software from the internet.