Got me a Business Analyst position at what turned out to be their only client in Colorado Springs. Pay was reasonable (why I took the position.)
2. Precision said, "We have full benefits" when they extended their employment offer. What this really meant was I had to pay 100% for the "full benefits" they offered.
3. Precision stated I would be eligible to participate in "Gainshare" at the client company. However, after I started work there, I learned this was only for the client's employees; not contractors like me.
4. Client supervisor and Precision supervisor informed me during monthly reviews that my performance was consistently excellent as was my relationship with my co-workers, but I was suddenly laid off after 7 months by phone from HR with no explanation nor out-brief. Despite my leaving multiple phone messages and sending multiple emails to request formal written notice of layoff, my communications were ignored.
5. Precision delayed providing my final paycheck for 3 weeks in violation of Colorado labor law.
6. Precision deducted my health insurance premium from my final paycheck for the month FOLLOWING my layoff. Shortly thereafter, I learned that I actually had NO health insurance coverage since Precision notified the insurance carrier I was no longer an employee.
After months of Precision ignoring my multiple email messages demanding a refund, I had to retain an attorney to force Precision to do so.
Advice to Management
Your recruiter and HR employees lack integrity. Their performance clearly reflects Precision's failure to take care employees recruited for client companies, and to adhere to professional business ethics..
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Precision Management Corp in January 2011.
I had first applied online through craigslist and I believe that the job requirements matched my profile. So they called me one evening and conducted a phone interview. I was asked things like GD&T, machining experience, vacuum knowledge, casting knowledge, project management skills and few more. It was a proper interview and the interviewer was very patient in listening to my work experience and education.
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