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Lots of posts recently in the archives. Horrible

Posted By: me on 2009-04-05
In Reply to: Soft Script? - CS


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Horrible, horrible place. Lots in the archives.
Lots of stuff in the archives, but it is a horrible
company.  Some of the worst ESLs, sound quality horrible at least on some accounts, frequent turnover.  I wouldn't recommend this company to anyone. 
Check the archives. Lots about them recently.
I wouldn't bother.  They can't get you anything better than you can get yourself.  They are basically recruiters who get paid if you are hired, but they don't have a whole bunch of companies so they aren't really weeding them out for you. 
Horrible place. Check the archives, lots of info there.
Read the archives. Lots of stuff recently. Not good.
Lots and lots of posts in the archives.
Several posts recently on newest pages here & lots of
Lots of posts recently, look down the board, search
the archives.
If you'll look down the page lots of posts recently. nt
I put nt and you looked anyway.
Search company board. Lots of posts recently, all
bad. Each and every one.
Lots of posts in archives stating that it is
a Indian run company.  Supposedly they have a U.S. storefront office in MA.  Turnover is very high, which is why they constantly have ads running.  The only good thing I've ever heard about them is they will hire newbies.  They pretty much have to because an experienced MT would not want to work for them unless they couldn't find a job elsewhere. 
Check the archives and more recent posts. Lots of info there.
Lots and lots of recent stuff in archives.
Lots and Lots of info about them in the archives. nm
Lots and lots of info in archives and several
posts just down the page.  Open your original post and near the bottom click on the blue see related posts and you'll get the most recent posts. 
Lots. Horrible company.
Sound quality horrible, dictators beyond horrible.  Late paychecks, constantly changing ways to get lines, horrible management. 
Read through the archives, horrible company.
The dictators are some of the worst ESLs, sound quality is horrific, the reports are so bad I had to basically retype them, flaky QA, management problems, etc.  
Look through the archives. Lots about them, all bad. nm
Search the archives, lots on them. Most seem to be
happy there. 
Check archives, lots there.
Lots of stuff in the archives. nm
Lots in archives on TRS, nothing good. Don't know
anything about All-type, but I have seen them mentioned so info is in archives too. 
Lots of info in the archives. nm
Read the archives. Lots there, most of it not
good.   Someone else asked about them this week so scroll through the board. 
Lots of info in the archives. nm
Lots of stuff about them in the archives, none of it
good.  I don't have your answers, but they offshore big time. 
Found lots in archives. Thanks though!
Lots of information in the archives, but I
think the general concensus is Spheris isn't a good company.
Lots of info on all in the archives.
SS is a horrible company.  They are constantly hiring and new accounts isn't the reason.  I don't think Keystrokes hires for PT. 
Search the archives, lots of info on them.
They're great; lots in the archives
Yeah, you get bonuses based on your lines per hour rate, for all lines, not just the extra ones.  The past few months I've been able to add 2 cents to my line rate based on the bonuses.  Insurance is about $50 out of my paycheck for just me.

Lots of stuff in archives; go to the page numbers at the bottom, hit Ctrl-F for find and type in WebMedX.

The only possible negative I can think of is ESLs and slightly more difficult work, but if you passed their test, you should be fine.  You're mostly on the same accounts, so you get used to them.
Read the archives, lots of info there.
Check the archives, lots on them. Indian run. nm
Lots of info in the archives. Seems to be a mass
exodus going on. 
There is lots of current information in the archives.

They offshore, but they don't want you to know that.


Yep. Like other poster said, lots in the archives. 99+% good feedback
on this company. Check the archives.
Is anyone happy at OSI in Douglasville, GA? Lots of negatives in archives - SM
but I also remember reading some positive comments. I am a CMT with 30 years of experience, and I need employee status with good, affordable health insurance.  I so wish I could fine some place where I can stay until I retire, or at least a long, long time!
THere is a TON of posts about them recently. Open your
post and near the bottom click on the blue related posts and you'll get the most recent posts. 
Several posts recently on mtjobs.com for Rad. Don't know specifics. nm
I've recently seen posts that mention
salary vanish shortly after they're posted by the moderators. Maybe people think it's not worth the effort to complain about these companies when the moderators remove them.

To look at this board anymore you would think that everything is rosy. Well, it sure isn't. Depending when you look at this board, you would think no one has commented about the 5 and 6 cents a line that some of these companies are posting. They've commented plenty. But their comments vanish as if they never existed.
Judging from previous posts they are a horrible company.
THey offshore big time.  If you'll search the archives you'll find lots on them. 
Indian company. If you'll search the archives lots of info
on them.
The archives are full of specifics. Lots of details that should take care of your "need". NM
I have posts in the archives, none of which SM

are favorable toward Diskriter, but not for the supposed reasons stated above.  This person is seriously misinformed about Diskriter offshoring at this time.  It is my understanding that a long time ago they offshored to the Caribbean islands but that is not happening any more and all the work is kept here in the U.S. now.

Whoever wrote the "Beware" post is not telling the truth.


There are some posts in archives...sm
If you do a search above, you'll find some posts about them, but all from last year. Some confusion in the posts about whether it's a franchise co. or not, but info about pay, platform, etc.
Frequent turnover, offshore big time. Read the archives, lots of info on them. nm
Please search the last 2 pgs. Plenty of neg. posts recently unless they've been deleted. nm
Please search the last 2 pgs. Plenty of neg. posts recently unless they've been deleted. nm
Several posts in the archives stating this. nt
All that information is in the archives. It may even be 3 or 4 posts

down from where you are asking.  Maybe how many years of experience they have isn't listed, but then there are no guidelines which we are told to follow about posting about a company.   I know I worked for SoftScript and it was horrendous and I didn't have any non-ESL dictators.  Someone else will post about how wonderful a company it is, but all of the Ex-SS have figured out it is probably management because we ALL know better.   I figure there is there are at least a dozen posts and 11 of them are negative then it is a bad company.  I do agree though that a newbie doesn't know there is anything better out there. 

Many times people post read the archives and I'm guilty of that, because a company has been discussed so much and the very same questions asked again and again and again.   I tihnk it is up to us to do our own research, just like the word boards aren't for those too lazy to Google something. 


There are many good posts in archives
They seem to have a good platform and plenty of work.  I just applied myself after looking in the archives and reading the most recent posts.