I love the work itself. I enjoy typing/editing reports and still learn something new every day. I find my job sometimes challenging yet rewarding to see how far we've come in medicine. After doing this almost 20 years I still enjoy waking up and going to work. I truly love what I do.
One of my biggest areas of concern with this company is the pay. Even though I maintain an accuracy rate above 99% with a hefty line count per day, I'm making much less than I ever have in my career. In addition the account specifics (for one single account) change on a monthly basis. It appears the more you try to excel the more barriers are put before you by management, forcing you to stay where you are.
I was previously working in a hospital transcription dept, which I loved, but then the transcription dept was sold to this company, so I was grandfathered in. I've given it a valiant effort but it's gotten to the point where my paycheck is not sufficient for my basic needs and I need to move on.
Interesting reports, love the work itself.
Very low pay, no incentives, any feedback that is given is usually negative.