Maybe but it seems pointless. 3 bothers me because I never know if I put enough information in. It asks for DETAIL but only requires a minimum of 2 or 15 characters? How much detail can you put in in 2 characters (or even 15). And while we're on the subject, how about unrealistically long required narratives. You've already done several narratives detailing parts of the shop and then they want a minimum 500 character narrative about the whole shop? I guess I can cut and paste but what a waste of time and effort.@bgriffin wrote:
1 and 2 are definitely annoying. 3 doesn't bother me and I love 4. Those are the absolute easiest reports!
1. Having to explain yes answers that are self-explanatory (i.e. was the shop open for business?, Did they carry the product you were shopping?)
2. Having the same question asked more than once (sometimes slightly different wording, sometimes the same wording)
3. Being asked for detail on something with NO real indication of desired length of narrative (I had one today that asked for this and the required lengths were either 2 or 15 characters)
4. Required narrative that basically wants you to repeat back the answers you already gave in the multiple choice questions.
That's good to start with. I'll probably think of more later. lol
I have done some shops for one of the biggest USA based MSPC in India. I pay in INR, they pay me in US$.They calculate at the highest exchange rate whereas my bank gives me a much lower rate. Each time I lose $ 10 minimum. What is the solution? It's annoying to lose money .I end up doing the report for $5 instead of $15 .
Any input appreciated .
A question that does not have N/A as an answer when Yes or No clearly don’t apply.
Confero has their report for a grocery Client in my area that does this. When you get to the cashier & bagger sections, the questions get all out of sync and don't have any sort of flow! Bugs the snot out of me so much that I've quit doing them unless I can get a good bonus on them....which is rare.@JASFLALMT wrote:
When the report questions are out of sequence. It's really annoying when writing a narrative and I am referring back to the report form to substantiate "no" answers, and I have to jump all over the report to write a narrative that flows properly.