Posted By: Kim on 2006-10-16
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Does anyone know anything about Ubiqus?
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I have also been accepting jobs for them. Most jobs are conferences, interviews, etc... I have received one bad job but most of the time I get good audio. The pay is decent for medical jobs and they do pay in a timely manner.
I have had an offer to do some work for them. Would like to know what kind of TAT they expect and how much work do you get. Is it so much a day, week, etc. Is it done on a template. Thanks for any info.
I have had an offer to do some work for them. Would like to know what kind of TAT they expect and how much work do you get. Is it so much work a day, week, or just whenever they need you? Is it done on a template. Thanks for any info.
Would like to know what kind of TAT they expect and how much work do you get. Is it so much work a day, week, or just whenever they need you? Is it done on a template.
Their TAT varies by their client and their needs. Basically, what happens is you get a call from them asking you if you are interested in work and they will let you know the type of work, minutes, and TAT that they have and If you are interested you can take it but you can decline if you want. I get anywhere from 1-3 jobs per week, depending on how long the jobs are (some are long). Some clients have their own template and style that they use and you are sent all of that information with the job description. Hope that helps you.
I would like to talk with anyone else who has done work for Ubiqus. I'm trying to decide what I think of them. There is really nothing out there on the message boards, or net in general, that I can find on them.
Ubiqus goes by many different names - and
they also offshore their work. In fact, they have lost quite a few clients in the past three months because of the quality of the work that is being returned. I work with their sales guy, as well as transcribe for them. But I DEFINITELY do not rely on them to be my bread and butter. I'd be the skinniest Transcriptionist in the world! They definitely do not pay well for pharmaceutical work
Funniest thing - the owners used to have this thing about converting everyone that worked onsite to go into scientology. I just humor them.
Question about Ubiqus
Does anyone here do any work for them? I was wondering when they pay. I have emailed them twice recently with no reply, and now I am wondering what is up. Thanks!
Anyone have information on Ubiqus Reporting
Does anyone have any info on Ubiqus Reporting?
Can you work part time for them? How are they to work for? Do they have enough work to go around? Is their pay pretty decent?
Jut curious - did anyone on this board get hired by Ubiqus - sm
If so, how has the work been? I know it's not straight medical transcription but more or less advisory boards with multiple speakers. How is the work? Is it still very difficult? Did anyone on this board go to work for them?
I've worked for Ubiqus for 2 years now and I get paid every two weeks.
I really enjoy the work because it's advisory board meetings, round table discussions, and big conferences of all fields of medicine. I started with them right after I graduated and I've never done any of the doctor dictation, I like this work better.