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Vocational Internship Program for BE / B.Tech Students

GRID Delhi Mills, MI

Vocational Internship Program for BE / B.Tech Students Vocational Internship Program available for BE / B.Tech Final year and Pre Final Year… GRID

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Co-Founder wanted for

Grid London, England

sign-ups on Launchpad. I can market quite well. I can show wireframes later, but it will generally have a grid… Glassdoor

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    Sweatshop passing itself off as a ulility company

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Syracuse, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Syracuse, NY

    I worked at National Grid USA full-time for more than 3 years


    If you were Niagara Mohawk (National Grid bought them out) it's a fine and dandy place to work for as you're part of something referred to as a 'blue contract' where you have guaranteed raises, bonuses etc. You do very little work (not what I aspired to but resent ANYONE not doing their work let alone those get EVERYTHING better than me and then expecting me to do theirs on top of mine as well) and just collect a huge salary.


    'Gold Contract' aka sweatshop contract. A separate contract you're submitted to even thought it's not a closed shop whereby you're due increase $2 plus every year and your benefit nor does your pay increase. Paying to park there. Being harrassed and forced to do other department's job on top of your own because they fire said dept's staff so they can save themselves the salaries. Being told they have the money to give you a raise but 'you're not worth it.' I could go on and on. National Grid should be shut down for all the labor laws they break but they seem to believe they're above such laws - or ANY laws for that matter.

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    Sell the company back to an American investor and either act like human beings that treat employees' as such or just close up show and let some decent real company provide the gas and heAT.

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