Contributor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 17, 2017
While you have tremendous writing freedom, the pay is roughly minimum wage. You are paid by page views, which can occasionally pay off handsomely, but more often than not it doesn't. The visibility from the site is a bonus.
This job can get monotonous, just be a self starter and keep busy, keep your head down and try to avoid being friends with anyone. They have all known each other for a long time and can become very 'clicky' which may lead to your life becoming difficult. I managed just fine.
Not a lot of hard work involved. Amazing healthcare benefits.
Not a lot of overtime is ever available. among a few other things.
My typical day at work would begin with the review and updating of various P.I. and/or medical malpractice files. Accordingly, I would begin working on individual file needs: drafting document requests; compiling and itemizing medical records, etc.
With the various case file requirements, and non-stop attorney requests, I learned to multi-task, organize and time-manage my responsibilities more efficiently and productively. And when necessary, utilizing co-workers to assist.
The most enjoyable part of my job was knowing that I was essential to the success of the attorney and/or the case. This same pleasure, was also the hardest part of my job: providing dedication, commitment and hard work, for the success of the whole.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Dansville, NY – August 18, 2013
make sure your count was exact and done properly. I learned how to set up a machine to do a vinyl product. The management sucks. I liked the people I worked with. The hardest part was getting the machine set up properly for a job. The most enjoyable was not having to do the same job all the time.