THE EDOC BLOG
Insights on greater productivity, leadership & collaboration from the Edoc team
Edoc Service is Hiring: Client Advocate Role
Edoc Service—a total remote company—offers tools to help other companies find greater productivity and collaboration. Our largest divisions are Scriptus (transcription) and eSign (digital signatures and onboarding). Our purpose: Edoc Service, Inc. is transforming the landscape of corporate America through innovative business services and authenticity. You can read more about our purpose here. Description of … Continue reading Edoc Service is Hiring: Client Advocate Role
VIDEO: New Hire Forms & Paperwork Should Be Painless
Onboard saves you time so you can focus on all the other aspects related to hiring. We first created Onboard for ourselves—and now we’re offering our digital onboarding platform to other companies who want a simple, pain-free way to complete onboarding. Onboard frees up your time so you can focus on what you’d rather be … Continue reading VIDEO: New Hire Forms & Paperwork Should Be Painless
This Medical Transcriptionist Knows the Key to Success as a Remote Worker
Christine May has worked for Edoc Service as a professional contractor for more than 4 years, and during that time, she has become an integral part of the transcriptionist team. As a self-described morning person, Christine enjoys remote work for the flexibility it offers. Despite how she enjoys the flexible schedule, though, Christine also embraces … Continue reading This Medical Transcriptionist Knows the Key to Success as a Remote Worker
Is it Worth It? Part II – Health Issues of Start-Up Company
See the 3 common components to our health and well-being.
Is It Worth It?
You can have joy and satisfaction of operating a profitable business where we all succeed—and we enjoy life as well as a career.
This Edoc Service, Inc. Medical Transcriptionist Explains Why Work Is Her Quiet Place
Read our Q&A with Lorraine Cardillo, one of Edoc Services’ standout transcriptionists.
See How This Edoc Leader Took Charge of Her Health After a Health Scare
Shelly Watkins, Edoc Service Scriptus Administrative Assistant, is exactly what you’d want in a team player: she’s dependable, passionate, empathetic, humble, agile, and she’s also a continual learner. She’s been with the team for about two years now, but Shelly hasn’t always worked remotely. That’s part of why we wanted to interview her to hear … Continue reading See How This Edoc Leader Took Charge of Her Health After a Health Scare
Long-Term Medical Transcriptionist Finds the Secret to Work/Life Balance With Remote Work
Karen Bias has been an Edoc transcriptionist for 8 years—and she’s been a medical transcriptionist for 28 years. “I changed careers in my thirties from a financial management position with a large cooperation to becoming a medical transcriptionist,” says Karen. When making the transition, she quickly realized the benefits of working remotely: “Working remotely has … Continue reading Long-Term Medical Transcriptionist Finds the Secret to Work/Life Balance With Remote Work
This Is Still Different Remote Work, Even If We’ve Been Doing It for 23 Years
Edoc has been working virtually for more than 23 years. But this isn’t your typical remote work right now! We know times are challenging. So far, our business has not been negatively impacted as other businesses have, thanks in part to how we’re a debt-free company and because of no current decline in customer volume. … Continue reading This Is Still Different Remote Work, Even If We’ve Been Doing It for 23 Years
This Stand-Out Edoc Service Transcriptionist Explains Why You Don’t Have to ‘Defer Living’
We like to say that remote working is great because you don’t have to “defer living” to a later point in life. Instead, with the flexibility of remote work, many times you have the opportunity to pursue dreams and activities—like travel—sooner rather than later. Kim Evans, Quality Assurance and transcriptionist for Edoc Service, agrees, saying … Continue reading This Stand-Out Edoc Service Transcriptionist Explains Why You Don’t Have to ‘Defer Living’