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Donald Crockett
about 2 years ago
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Programmer Analyst

How can I get a job when CAI has blacklisted because a Manager thought I wanted his job and I didn't want his job? A previous Manager had give me the clearances to be able to make disions when he was unavaliabe. I had the respect of my team mates and the Client we work for. The Managers of the client came to me with special projects. My manager took on a project that he wasn't prepare for and when he couldn't complete it he dropped it on me and told me I had till the morning to make it work and he had no paperwork for it. I didn't even know what it was suppose to do and then had me fired. I love programming, it is fun to me. Can anyone out help me? Thanks for listening.

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Colleen Studinarz
over 2 years ago
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Do not hire list

Do state and other government agencies maintain a no hire list

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Samantha Green
about 4 years ago
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Blacklisted and FURIOUS

What should I do if I suspect I’ve been blacklisted by my former employer? Normally I wouldn’t care, but I live in a small town where healthcare is dominated by one hospital (where I used to work) and a couple of medical practices. I had a bad experience working at the hospital, but does that really justify being blacklisted? I’m so mad!!!!

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scott williamson
over 1 year ago
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black balled

is it real???? never hear anything from applications

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Nichole Orman
over 1 year ago
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Passed over 7 times

I am defeated I have applied to advance and ever just lateral transfer to be closer to home instead of commuting for the same company for 3 years now. I am great at what I do and I have proven it over and over again. I have asked why and have been told by my regional manager he doesn't know what I do because my manager has never told him. I had the perfect opportunity to work on the site I live on and was told by that manager that he was boxed in and there was nothing he could do cuz he was told by higher ups. Am I being black balled? I feel like it. I always ask what else I need to learn or do and no one ever knows. Any direction would be helpful. Has anyone ever gone through anything like this before??

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Barbara Kopp-Brinkmeyer, MBA
about 4 years ago
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Blacklisting Countermeasure

Don't allow anyone to ever threaten you inadvertently. Here's key information helping you spot potential challenges that could derail successful chances of hire. I share a link appearing in the Wall Street Journal because it lists any number of reasons why you're not hearing callbacks from companies just yet. Most reasons are actually straightforward when you see how individuals handle various situations.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748703389004575033583145567138

I hope something helps here. The goal in posting updates is to give you a thorough heads-up before approaching companies. When you have powerful information in hand, you can overcome any challenging moment before you reach the interview! Barbara Brinkmeyer, MBA

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Barbara Kopp-Brinkmeyer, MBA
about 4 years ago
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Blacklisting Doesn't Happen Often

What you're looking for are ways to clean up your online presence, including your private life before you begin applications. When your ducks are fully 'aligned', you're ready to approach companies, if this helps so blacklisting can be a rare phenonmenon..., however, you'll want to run a background check on your name in an effort to uncover any inaccuracies.

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sandra nabozny
over 1 year ago
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Just about given up!!!!!

Hello fellow Jobcase friends. I haven't updated my employment status in a long while--because I have none. It's been over two years now. I have been on numerous interviews over time. I have not been able to find a job. So considering the possibility that I was blacklisted by my former company, I believe it is definitely the reason no one will hire me. As I've stated before, this is a truly illegal practice but impossible to prove. So as I still feel about my situation, if the former company did not want me working there anymore (even though I gave them 20 years.) Why be so vengeful and ruin my chances of working anywhere else? The horrid people who control this in HR have ruined my working life. I am sure this pleases them a lot!!! But I wonder, have they ever heard of karma-what goes around comes around? etc. I hope the satisfaction that these humans got from my demise was worth it. I don't think they gained anything from it and I have no income and no prospects thanks to the unfairness that I did not deserve from people who can control what happens according to the lies and injustices that they told. So I will not rant anymore--I wish everyone good luck in their job searches and I would hope you will do the same for me!!!! Thanks-Sandi

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odell kiser
over 3 years ago
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Gulf War Vet seeks warehouse

I have been working for varies temp companies over the past couple years.I took some time off in order to care for my mom after being Hospitalized due to cancer for 2 months,and was unable to walk.I think I have been blacklisted for being a good son.

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Barbara Kopp-Brinkmeyer, MBA
about 4 years ago
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Quick Cover -- Lexis Nexis -- Protecting Your Good Name

Hello Fellow Jobcasers,

If you will kindly allow me to share these insights, here's how you nip any challenges in the bud before you contact companies for hire. Comb through all of your personal information appearing in government, public records, and court filings (such as real estate, liens, bankruptcies, professional licenses,& death filings). Be sure to check your credit reports yearly. See if you can spot any inconsistencies. If so, you're headed to government websites, Experian & Equifax to name a few, and you're reviewing all of your licenses, if applicable. Should anything negative appear, stay calm. Chances are that your name may be connected to another person residing in another state who may have committed an illegal act. Then, seek to offer transparent disclosure stored in records & files. When you keep your name clear, no one can compromise you. I hope this helps. Barbara Brinkmeyer, MBA

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