Hello, thank you for your honest feedback, and we are sorry to hear that you had a negative experience working with Allegis. During the interview process, we ask very specific questions in regards to transcription experience, typing speed, and desired income in order to be very transparent about the amount of pages you should be able to produce each week, and thus, your average weekly pay. The information we provide is based solely on the information provided to us by the interviewee. In regards to the work holds, these do occur, but are few and far between. In the last 3 months only a very small percentage of our contractors experienced work holds, with very few days without work. Contractors affected by these work holds are those working the very minimum hours required by our company, with those producing more work not being affected by any lulls in work volume, always having access to work. Lastly, because our transcriptionists are independent contractors and not employees, they are not subject to benefits, as is the norm in this industry, unfortunately, and again, is made clear during the interview process for those who are new to contract work. If you have any additional questions or concerns you would like to address with us, please feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for commenting on Allegis. Unfortunately, I think you may have confused us with another company, or posted on the wrong companies page. Allegis transcription is not a medical transcription company, we do not have any editor positions, nor have we ever experienced any mass lay off’s/terminations. If you have any questions or concerns that you would like to address please feel free to contact us directly at email@example.com