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Old 07-17-2022, 05:37 PM
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Default Error rate

Just wondering if anyone else has seen their error rate increase (more items rejected) since the snippet quality has plummeted?
I used to be right around 3/10 of a percent; now I'm at 3 percent which I find very discouraging.
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Old 07-17-2022, 06:28 PM
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Yeah, today was better so it declined a bit, but I think I was also around three percent. Not declining at the moment because work just ran out.

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Old 07-18-2022, 07:09 AM
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Been doing this for over 20 yrs and just never worried too much about the error rate. They are forgiving when the work is bad and really I don't feel it's something to lose sleep over. Unless you are really having a large number of errors. If the snippet is bad, just simply skip it!
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Old 07-18-2022, 07:42 AM
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Been doing this for over 20 yrs and just never worried too much about the error rate. They are forgiving when the work is bad and really I don't feel it's something to lose sleep over. Unless you are really having a large number of errors. If the snippet is bad, just simply skip it!
Wow, so you've been with KFC since their beginning in 2001?!!! It must have been something going through all of the changes over the years. That is the change of hands and name changes. And the decline and then increase in pay.

I heard the original owner had it set to $1 per 1,000 characters. Then you could make a decent hourly wage and some folks were able to make $15 or more an hour. I started in 2009. I remember it was hard to get on with them and then they finally implemented a test to qualify. Once that happened, I was able to qualify and get on with them and here I've been ever since and glad to still be here.

I know at one time when they reduced the rate to 25 then to 20 cents, I stopped working. And then when they raised it up to 35 cents per 1,000, I started back working. Those were some slim times of earnings.

But I am happy with those in charge of KFC now. Great communication and efforts at raising the pay rate here a couple of times.

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Old 07-18-2022, 11:21 AM
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I can't remember exactly when I started but the rate had just gone down from $1.I'm guessing they started out that high just to get people to work. Then once they seen how many would be interested, lower the rate. Actually, I had to go through some program where I paid to get the info to go to work for them. I hope the work at least continues through the day, then I won't have to go find a part-time job. Hard to live off of social security alone.
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