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Database Engineer

Bay Area Techworkers, Inc. San Ramon, CA

Hey There, Hope you are doing great! Wanted to reach out regarding this Sr.Database Engineer role with our key Direct Client RatesOpen Please email… Dice

2 days ago

Business Systems Analyst – new

Bay Area Techworkers, Inc. Pleasanton, CA +2 locations

By joining our team as a technical business analyst, you will be directly analyzing business processes and their underlying technologies in support… Dice

10 days ago

SW Engineer

Bay Area Techworkers, Inc. Fremont, CA

We are looking for a Software Engineer with Web design and programming experience for our Fiery Product Engineering team. You will work with a team… Dice

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    Horrible, stressful, and mental abusive

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    Former Employee - Project Management in Research Triangle Park, NC
    Former Employee - Project Management in Research Triangle Park, NC

    I worked at Bay Area Techworkers full-time (less than an year)


    The idea of being back out on Cisco campus and being able to work from home. The pay grade and the job advancement was all added bonuses


    The abuse from the manager and supervisor
    Not having the support of HR or the company itself
    No real training set up for the position we were covering
    The actual flexibility of working from home was not kept
    Corporate office does not return your calls
    They will not even help you locate a job
    The staffing company for Bay Area Techworkers will even return your call when hunting for new jobs
    When they claim to work and help you; IT's A Lie

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look for abuse in your from your managers and supervisors. Don't put a green stamp in the mail, letting them know it's okay to treat people that way. Investigate when problems arise, and never blame the person that have been abusive. Finally, never ever fire the person who has been wrongly and blacklist them.

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