It’s a little story … of a little global transcription company … called Way With Words. Because its personal … We could be described as a fun and dedicated team of energetic youngsters and young at heart 🙂 We get reminded every day at work about the challenges of life – from how tough it Continue Reading
How does your company select transcribers to transcribe audio files? Our transcripts are typed out by human transcribers, picked for their facility with the accents and subject matter of the file concerned. We employ high-calibre, native English transcribers who are skilled with the nuances of the English language. Is an audio file is split up Continue Reading
TRANSCRIPTION JOBS Imagine: a South Africa university B-Com student trudging across the University of Cape Town with a backpack sagging under the weight of heavy textbooks. A rock musician in Cambodia, who was born in Tasmania and, fluent in several languages, was previously a translator for the UN. A teacher in Poland who regularly travels Continue Reading
INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION Perhaps you are a journalist conducting a ground-breaking interview for tomorrow’s headline news. Or perhaps you are a historian recording interviews for a Historic British Columbia River Highway Oral History Project. Or perhaps you are speaking with your grandparents to record and preserve information and descriptions about their way of life to pass Continue Reading
Way With Words Business Transcription Welcome to the Wayne and Jane series. They are having a bit of a rough time at work. Keep checking back to see the next episode and to find out what they’ve been up to. Do you think Wayne should lose his job? Take a look at Part 1 of Continue Reading
Way With Words Operations Manager – Jenni Townshend “I am proud to call myself an Operations Manager for Way With Words” Please provide your Way With Words job title and a description of what you do. I am proud to call myself an Operations Manager for Way With Words. Describing what I actually do – Continue Reading
A weeny advertisement in the press tempted me to apply to a company which promised one could work from home. I applied, walking on eggshells, spending days checking each word and verb tense in the tests submitted, and subsequent training.