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Oh Boo Hoo Hoo fuck those Bipolar idiots. In the meantime if you show up for an interview and been out of work for 3 or 4 months, because you decided to take a break. They use it against you somehow. They judge for every petty stupid thing. It's good they are getting a taste of their own medicine. I'm working and have been for near 5 years straight. But my next job will be found by me knocking on doors with my resume in hand. I'll never suffer the indignity of a recruiter ever again. I know two guys that has been out of work for over 6 months now. The recruiters ghost the fuck out of them, they give them shit for the lapse in employment. They keep them hanging on for 3 weeks promising them, they were the top candidate. Then after 3 weeks tells them a bunch of petty faults the potential employer didn't like from the initial interview. I keep telling one of the guys to go knock on doors. But he keeps putting his hopes into these SJW recruiters. I don't thi...
I'd advocate a mandatory period the employer as well the employee ha
mell says I'd advocate a mandatory period the employer as well the employee haI thought it was 60 days mandatory, but maybe just in Texas. The employer would usually just make it up in a severance check. In June, '05, my super at Cigna Health Care in Carrollton, where I'd worked as full-time since '03, called me in for a conference. Since I had the opportunity I told her my plans of selling my home in Dallas and moving back to Waco and the realtor was already showing my place, so she'd have a heads up. She told me not to tell anyone and that she wasn't supposed to be telling me this in advance, but said there were planned lay-offs and I was one of the candidates to go. She didn't want me to quit, then two weeks later I would have been laid off which would have made me eligible for a small severance and qualify for unemployment. For the next couple of weeks she'd say it would be this day or that, ...