Greetings my dear collegues,
I'm a rookie at Gengo and in the business of translation itself (doing En>Ger translations only so far), so this is my first post here, too. I've tried to find an answer to this question here in the forum already, or outlined somewhere else on the Gengo website, but didn't succeed. Anyway, I'm sorry if the question was raised here already or there is an answer somewhere in the manuals, but I really couldn't find anything.
Anyhow, so, we are getting these reviews by the senior translators, giving us scores based on the quality of our work. I think this is quite nice for self-assesement actually, but I would find it even more helpful if I could also know which job exactly was reviewed. The review related emails I've received so far always have contained a link and a jobnumber (the jobnumber actually containing the hyperlink), which look like "Job#XXXXXXXX has been reviewed etc.". I guess you are all familiar with it. But if I click on the link, it only brings me to the dashboard, and if I try to check the jobnumber from the email with the numbers of the collections I've worked on (whether completed or reviewable), it doesn't match! So, is there a way to actually know which jobs are being reviewed? I would find it most helpful to know, because besides assigning a score, the senior translators also sometimes attach some comments about the translation, errors, advice and so on. For example, in my last review I've got 10 out of 10 points, but also a comment about trying to avoid repetitions of some words in one and the same sentence. Now I would really like to look at what was referred to! Can anyone help me out?
Also, while I'm at it, just in case someone drops by who knows something about this too (but this is not an important matter), are there any positive consequences for you from receiving high review scores? I mean, I know that you can disqualify yourself from further jobs by underperforming, but does a good score give you, I don't know .... more jobs or something?
And also, again, just in case someone might drop by who has some information about that too, is there any chance of Rus>Ger tests (and jobs, respectively) being available one day?
Anyway, thanks everyone for reading (and, in advance, for responding).