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over 6 months ago

Role :Full Stack Engineer Location : Covington KY/Westlake TX (Hybrid 5 days in month) Hiring status : W2-Contract

6+ years of software development experience Hands on experience working in complex architectural designs and technology initiatives Passion for technology and can stay on top of the newest technology trends Highly motivated teammate with strong communication, and organization skills Experience working in agile development environment Hands on experience in Test Driven Development

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MARY SANTOS
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over 6 months ago

I loved my job because they treat me so good I was like a family to them. They didn't want me to leave but i got layoff because the contract finished. I used to work at the Verizon building as a cleaner and then supervisor checking the other workers doing their job. I really missed them. they were so good to me and i love that. Now I'm looking for a part time job near allentown because I live in allentown

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Richard Zehe
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over 6 months ago

So I have been an employee at the company I work for through a staffing agency for almost 6 months now and 3 months ago my supervisor approached me and offered me a position as the warehouse/production manager of the entire bakery department of the company. They moved me out to the bakery that day and told me I was hired and as soon as they could they would get me put on their payroll and out of the staffing agency. They told me I would have a $5 pay increase and full benefits. This was all promised to me in the middle of September and now it’s January and I’m still through the staffing agency. I have turned down several permanent job positions with other companies that would have paid me almost as much as what I was promised by the company I currently work for. Last week Thursday I approached the same manager that told me I was hired and asked her what the status was on me getting hired on like she originally offered and was told that the guy who was the warehouse/ production manager before me, and has been in jail for the last 6months, is coming back and basically getting his job back. I am so upset over this and don’t know what to do. I have called most of the companies who offered me positions with their company just to be told they filled the positions they had offered,

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Tanya Mahboob
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over 6 months ago

I experienced 2 reorg during my career. The first one I was devastated because I did not realize job searching had changed. It was no longer a face to face or a call to set up an interview.
I had even tried going to college because the environment of pressing everyone to go back to school for a ba. It was madness for people over 50+ to go back to school only for credentials to be accepted back into the job market. I started joining social medias and attending workshops. What I learned was that I had to brand myself and show " humbliness" as to why I would be a value. I say this because a lot of people 50 and over should not feel they have to redefine themselves by going to school and being in debt to get work. The goal should be to see where your value is needed and how to attract. I did contract work a few times to fix things that needed improvements. Contract work is temp but if you are looking to get pay at your worth it may not be a bad thing to consider. The market for 50 plus still exist. You just have to learn where.

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Roderick Simpson
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over 6 months ago

I left my joob at gateway foundation correctional after working for about 5 months they took over the contract from correctional solutions group after i had been working for about 11yrs both contractors worked for Travis county facilities i move to Florida with my wife to take care of my mother-in-law who's 88 yrs old

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Raymond Howr
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over 6 months ago

Looking for contract job in manufacturing found a few but not to my liking

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Ronnie Alexander
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over 6 months ago

I was fired for following instructions by doing so the foreman call the company I work for an told them that I went outside to much buy when in our meetings before we starts our shift hr stated that it hoy in the plant so take ad many breaks that are needed because of the heat an when I did ad a welder it's hot any ways so I took breaks from time to time but by Mr following his instructions I was terminated from my position at the company .

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Vince Edwards
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over 6 months ago

I started with this temp agency paying 11.50 hr. The job was to last 90 days easy. Six of us started together. 2 weeks later six of us where out of a job...

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Jeffrey Willis
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over 6 months ago

I had a new job lined up last month. I was to begin a new 1-2 year contract. Less than a week before I was to begin the entire project was shelved. I was told this exactly one year to the day that I lost my last job. I'm having a harder time each week trying to keep my chin up but it's difficult when I'm home alone 10-12 hours a day 5 days a week with no friends to talk to or fellow artists to keep creative with. I'm just blue and I don't know where I'm going. I'm not getting any younger either. I'll be 60 this year.

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Luis Brown
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over 6 months ago

Is it better for a Programmer to work independently by Contract or as an Employee for a Corporation ?

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