11/10/2016 Steno views

This was the pretty view out the window that greeted me this morning as I went in for a job downtown:

Toronto City Hall

Glimpse of the Toronto City Hall from this angle



What I really appreciated about this job is that the counsel member actually handed me a sheet of paper with about 10-12 proper names all lined up once she came into the room and sat down.  Wow!  That is the first time that that has happened and I can’t tell you as a stenographer how useful that piece of paper with names on it is.  It ensures that even before I start the job, I already have a handling of what the job will be about and be able to J-define the entries into my dictionary before starting.  It ensures that after the job, I don’t have to spend time hunting the counsel down for spellings.  It also makes for a cleaner transcript than ever before!  Briefs really do make a difference and I loved that this counsel member knew enough to give me a sheet of names!

About stenoodie

I'm a stenographer, foodie, avid traveller, and new mom who loves to share her experiences with the world.
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