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I am new to CSR Nation, have been accepting jobs and working for different folks. Have you ever had that gut feeling that you won't get paid for that $1500 job you just labored over and turned in? What recourse do reporters have, short of small claims court, to make sure they are paid for their hard work from the agencies they help out through CSR Nation? How can I find out what agencies are ethical and which are not? Yelp, maybe? Just putting it out there to have an open dialogue with…Continue
Added by Joyce D. Calvert on January 30, 2013 at 9:20 — 4 Comments
I guess it's too much to ask to be paid the approx. $50 owed to me by a certain reporter from LA for scoping. I'm not even getting responses to my e-mails. Initials are L.T-W.
Added by Delicia Struss on January 28, 2013 at 7:44 — 27 Comments
It's been incredibly slow in So. Florida! I had a depo. call in for me today! The attorney said he had to move to cut his monthly expenses because business has been slow. Whenever I complain about not working, my friends ask how it can be true and aren't people sueing, etc. I work for two agencies and both have been very slow!
Added by Cheryl L. Azzizzi on January 24, 2013 at 14:18 — 2 Comments
So my first job as a working reporter is a hearing. I've heard that hearings are generally short, and that's about all I know. What should I expect in a hearing? Is there anything "special" I need to do beforehand to be prepared? Thanks in advance for all your help.
Added by Lindsey Ashworth on January 15, 2013 at 17:57 — 6 Comments
I assume this happens more than any of us want to know. I have been taking multiple depositions over the last few months in one case involving multiple defense attorneys. I was asked today by one of the defense attorneys to compromise my invoices to her because - I find out - the group of defense attorneys (whoever gets the complimentary copy of that witness) has been scanning in that transcript and passing it around to…Continue
Added by Karen A. Haworth on January 10, 2013 at 10:11 — 6 Comments