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30 WPM, you have three tries to pass. Typing is used for correcting errors quickly while captioning.

Answered June 7, 2020

It's stressful. You are tested weekly and never know when it's coming and you are graded on those test. You fail, you get written up and your job is on the line every week. You are treated like a 3rd grader. They even schedule your potty breaks for you and if you go to the bathroom outside of that scheduled potty break, well then expect your adherence score to go down and you will get written up...just like a 3rd grader.

Answered May 19, 2019

Because Tucson management sucks and they discriminate. They all talk behind your back and blacklist you just because of who you are. DONT WORK AT TUCSON CAPTIONCALL

Answered December 13, 2019

I applied the 1st of the month. I had my test/interview on the 3rd. The typing test was a breeze. The dictating voice to text test was a bit nerve racking. For me this was mainly due to an employee standing there with you. Overall the tests are easy to pass. Then a few minutes later I went in for an interview. During the interview we worked out a schedule that worked best for both of us. The next day I submitted a urine sample and a background check. I got the results back via email the following Wednesday. Caption Call contacted me the following Monday via email and asked me to set up a time to discuss my background results. I had a class B misdemeanor form years prior. We had a phone call and they let me tell them what happened etc. They told they need to further review this to make a decision. Four days later I received the call that I got the job. Later that day I received an email informing when I would start training. For me it took a total of 28 days from applying to start training and get paid. If you have a clean background I would assume it could still take about 3 weeks to start.

Answered May 22, 2018

Have you ever had to learn a new skill quickly and how did you handle it?

Answered June 7, 2020

Training is paid and lasts between 2-3 weeks on average. I was done in 8 days, so it can be done quicker than that.

Answered July 3, 2019

Have optimism in promoting people. Don’t judge a book by its cover. There are so many people whom are really intelligent however you deny them because of how they dress or talk.

Answered December 13, 2019

United Healthcare. But it is expensive. $277/month for me and 1 spouse for basic coverage. Medical and dental.

Answered May 18, 2019

Supervisors walking around all the time spying on you, they do nothing and you do all the work. Constant stupid changes in policies and ways to do things. You won’t go up unless you kiss up to the managers.

Answered November 26, 2019
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