Is this for IC position?
Posted By: ?? on 2005-08-12
In Reply to: Transcend does! Give them a try. - nm
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The DQS is an IC position and the Dictaphone EXtext is an employee position....
both part time...both making 9.5 cents per line...which is better IC or employee?
I'm hoping too as I accepted position a position also nm
Is the AC a salaried position or hourly? If the position is salaried, there is
no such thing as overtime, at least not at any places I've worked. I've been in salaried positions before and you work until the job is done or delegate it to someone you know will get it done. Only hourly employees are subject to OT pay.
I'm looking for an IC position
with a company that uses ExText as their platform. Does anyone know of such a company? Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.
Hi, can anyone give me the name of a "good" company that is currently hiring IC or statutory status MTs? Any information you could provide would be most helpful. Thanks for your time!
RE: IC Position
Yes there was a position...I was the one who
turned it down and she was hired a month later.
IC position ?
What is your opinions on IC position at $2.00 a page with 1 specialty? TIA
what I don't like about IC position
This is just my personal thought and i'm sure you would have VERY different thoughts on this from other MTs.
When I worked as an IC with 20 hour TAT:
I found that I wasted way more time researching a blank (that I would never come to figure out anyhow), I found myself rechecking things all of the time and relistening to things constantly just because it was there.
I have found out for myself that I could have been way, way, way more productive and making way more on a regular employee schedule. I am done when my schedule is done...none of this all day every day thing...that's what it ended up turning into for me because the client was VERY picky (I'm talking obsessive picky about EVERYTHING) and I had to fine tooth comb everything to the point where it would take me 6-7 hours to get 400 lines in ... haha, and the kicker is taxes still weren't taken out of that yet...so I bet you can tell what my pays looked like.
I don't think I will ever go back to TAT work. It works out for some people.. but not for me. If I am going to have to be glued to my computer at some point in the day, I might as well do it on a schedule and get some kind of employee benefits out of it (holiday pay and PTO).
When I figured what I was making doing IC work minus all of the taxes... I was making way less than I am now working 5 and a half hours a day 5 days a week employee status.
I always said I wanted IC work on a TAT..but, to me, there is no benefit to IC work unless you are a busy person and have a lot going on during the day or need really frequent breaks.
Like I said..this isn't the case for everyone..just for me. Just something for you to think about.
5-6 cpl for IC position
They have got to be kidding. This would not even pay for the long distance service they require. Please, tell me someone in the U.S. will not take this position.
I'm looking for PT Ops-only position.
Anyone hiring for ops only.
Position for 12.50
The position is for pasting reports over from one platform to another. No transcription required. Their just hiring clerical people for these positions. This is why it's only $12.50.
I was just wondering if there are any good companies hiring ICs. I work for a national but I need a backup for when there is no work.
I think this is an IC position. nm
DSG - QA position
Can anyone tell me about working for DSG in QA? Are they employee or IC? Do they pay on time? Starting pay? Steady work? Lots of ESLs? Is platform DocQScribe? Thanks for any and all information.
DSG - QA position
I also work at DSG only as an MT (only 2-1/2 months now) and I see where there is limited work on Sun/Mon but those are my scheduled days off. I think the QA girls/maybe 1 guy there are quick to proof your reports for future reference, precise, accurate, intelligent and actually, I'm the one who feels bad when learning new report types in that I have to leave many blanks at times, but never, ever, have I rec'd an email from anyone employed there complaining about my work. Actually, I rec'd one email QA sent to my supee after seeing the same mistake 3 times and wanted it brought to my attention, so I welcome all and any info that helps me become a better and more accurate MT. Pay always correct and on time. I just had a major issue with storms and had to take a scheduled day off to make phone calls and get repairs done, and not one person there emailed me to complain. So far, I also love working for this company and until someone gets nasty with me, I will continue to work for this company. Are you sure you are not just misunderstanding helpful advice versus maybe taking it as criticism instead of them trying to help you become better at your profession? The grass is not always greener on the other side either.
Did you take a position with them? nm
Sad that they have been put in the position to have
to deal with all this. Just one more strike against management, with at least one more to come.
I'm exactly in your position as well, but
There have been some recent new hires and I can tell some of my work types are being blocked off to give to the new hires, so I am having to go to a secondary account to get my lines. About a month ago, there was a bad time where a lot of people were not meeting their commitments, so I think they are bringing new people in to get coverage, but now we have too much coverage. I have been seeing this for 2-3 weeks now.
BUT IT IS NOT AN IC POSITION
If TT asks the employee to jump in and help, then they should have to pay OT. If it is because the MT did not make the line count, then that is on the MT.
It is HORRIBLE that a company who hires employees asks them to work when they need help but will not pay OT. They deserve to be turned in.
I'm looking for a part-time position with a good company. Any suggestions?
Has anyone else out there taken a QC job with Focus recently? Wanna share your experience and/or nightmare? I see they are still hiring, but from the outcome of the training group I was in it looks like they retain their new hires for anywhere from 1 day to 1 week. Any thoughts?
I just took a position too. Hopefully this will be the
answer. Tired of bait and switch. Want to retire somewhere, hope this place is it.
If you took the position because you saw
dollar signs, I guess that makes you greeeeeedy as well, huh?
Sorry but when I took that position
I didn't agree to meet a courier. She's lost 5 girls in the past 4+ months. Two of them worked for her since starting the business. She keeps switching my accounts to cover the people she has lost. Now I see why they left.
There was a QA position just sm
posted on the Job Seeker's board. Unfortunately, starts at 0.03 cpl and then goes to only $11.50 an hour. I think it was for an orthopedic account.
I'm looking for a position where I can do all
Ops, ESLs okay, but want good sound quality, and where I can download work and work offline. It seems every time I take a job like this the company sells out, changes platform, etc. I've found myself in that situation again and I'm really not liking it.
That is not an IC position.
Every day I think about getting a new position but
Just tired of being broke. Too many carbs and mac and cheese. Nevermind. Affording Ramen noodles instead these days and tired of it.
They are diverse in their accounts and I think each is different in regard to platform, pay, benefits, supervisors, etc., so you might want to specify which ad/account you are interested in.
I work for them as a hospital employee and I am 99.9% satisfied with just about everything. It's a really good fit for me, maybe not everyone, though.
You need to look for an IC position.
I am in the same position.
I work with one company that I make really good money at and things have been going good for the past year, so I have been debating about quitting my PT job for the past few months. Now I am glad I didn't quit. My first company overhired and now there is no work. I have had no work for the past 2 weeks. I am so glad I still have the second job as I have just been able to pick up more work from them while my first company is slow.
Not for an IC position.
Once you figure out the taxes you have to pay at this low of a rate, it's absolutely not worth it...easy or not. If it was a starting rate that's another story.
I am looking for a PT IC position. Anyone have a suggestion?
I'd like to work around 20 hours a week on an IC job that pays decent, has easy platform etc.. Anyone help know of such a company that offers this?
If it is really a QA type position, it should SM
be paid at HOURLY ONLY and at least $15 an hour, preferably more.
Were you contacting him regarding a position?
What are they looking for now? Do you know if they have a website?
Honey, NOBODY in this day and age is in a secure position. You could very well be next----.
I am also looking for a similar position
Wow. Don't think I'll ever go for a QA position
Keystrokes Rad position
The pay is $1.10 per report.
Hello, I am looking for a PT clinic position (sm)
Either IC or statutory or even PT employee - I'm not a huge producer - I only need like 600 lines a day. Prefer oncology and flexiblity and all over the net. Hopefully, decent pay range 8-10 cpl. Anybody know of a good place? I've checked the job boards but word of mouth is usually a better way I've found in the past. Thanks!
I'm in same position, where were the others that you passed on...nm
i would like to know also, i just applied for a position with them. thanks
Just accepted a position with TH...
and then I read the post below. Are all MTs with TH having trouble getting work? Just wondering...
I was offered a position,
which I accepted. The woman I spoke with seemed very nice and very down-to-earth. I am not sure how many MTs they are looking for, but maybe more than one.
I had been offered a position with them,
but IMO their rate of pay was too low for me. She seemed very nice, though.
Why would you want to leave your IC position?
IMHO, it's better to be an IC than employee. As an employee, you still have the expenses but without being able to deduct as much on your taxes. The 2 cpl lower pay with payroll taxes held out won't make up the difference of your self-employment tax percentage (half of the SE 15.9%). I have learned that if you are basically happy where you're at, STAY THERE. The grass is not greener on the other side no matter what people say. I have bounced from company to company, IC to employee and back, etc., this past year because I can't find a good fit.
MDI has a position I applied for. What can you tell me?
Does MDI carry heavy ESL? Are they management heavy? Are some MTs ecstatically happy while others consider putting their heads in the over (unfair distribution of work)?
Hate to take a job I will end up quitting in three months. This is PT so I want to enjoy it along with my somewhat difficult FT job.
Radiology IC position
I am looking for a part-time IC position with flexible hours transcribing radiology reports. Do anyone own of a company?
I was offered an IC position at 10 cpl, 11 cpl
over 12,000 lines/pay period. They do have employee status too, but not sure of the rate. I didn't accept the position as it was less than what I was already making.
Did you apply for an MT position or the
MT trainer position. I haven't heard anything since I applied last week. I applied for the trainer position.