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Being charged for inaccuracies - KKQ

Posted: Sep 27th, 2022 - 2:09 pm

There was a post below somewhere about having to pay for inaccuracies, deductions from your paycheck. The companies doing this are actually genius and I am surprised it didn't happen a long time ago.  Here's why:  1) If you fall below 98 percent for some companies, 97 percent for others, you are fired.  End of job. This new way, this deduction, gives you a chance to pay the fee, keep your job, take notes and improve your accuracy and quality.  You don't get fired outright.  2) If you don't want to spend the money, you are more prone to have higher accuracy, better quality so you keep your money.  3) If you don't want to lose money, all you have to do on any questionable thing is enter a timestamp, a blank, and send it to QA. You maintain 100% accuracy.  You pay nothing - they fix it - it goes to the facility perfectly.  They want you to slow down and send to QA instead of the facility directly. Nothing wrong with that.  Prevents docs from getting mad when they see mistakes. 4) You cannot ask for easy dictators only.  No matter what employer you have, you will have a mix.  This is unavoidable.  When you learn the fast talkers, ESL's, the ones that habitually break up the dictation because they move the phone around or are driving while dictating, you will have job security.  The more you learn, the more valuable you are anywhere on any job.  You don't have to lose money on these dictators.  Leave blanks, time stamps and send to QA,maintain your accuracy level by doing so.  These "difficult" dictators do get easier over time.  Just know, there will always be a few that you have to send to QA no matter what - unavoidable - I have 3 that I still have to send to QA after editing them for over 3 years.  They are hard, unavoidable, just do your best.  Use QA, take notes, keep your accuracy up and you won't have to pay anyone. The deduction offers incentive. 



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