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Posted on 05/18/2011 8:37:47 PM PDT by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!
I am noticing some trends. I am starting this thread to see if the same thing is happening nationwide and to what extent.
---1500 Applications for one job Unemployment being turned down with former employees lying and saying misconduct and the broke state (s) back the employer ( MY assumption:The States are broke.)
---Jobs of all pay scales having a numerous amount of applicants and background and soft credit checks being performed.
--This is going to be a complete devastating disaster.As... if you don't have a job, you can't get unemployment, you don't pay bills so there is no where to turn; applying for jobs and losing them because Sam Hill has a better credit Score by maybe one point.
DISCUSS and please report if this is happening in your area and
You musst appeal and cause as much trouble for the commies as you can.
I’m guessing you mean appeal the firing? My friend hired a lawyer and tried that, although I don’t think it was in front of a judge or anything. Just a meeting with the firm’s management and the employees in his group.
He can say the wrong things at the wrong time, and not sure of the details. Too bad too. He had spent many years floating between dumb jobs trying to make ends meet. He was probably three years with this company - a Casino - and had been making his way up the ladder. Was in landscaping, then ran a landscaping crew, then ran an inside maintenance crew, and was currently one of three guys doing electronics maintenance on all of the casino machines.
More pointedly, why would any company wish to hire anyone?
Lots of employees....lots of problems.
A few employees...a few problems.
No employees...no problems!
“Does firing a person affect the companys unemployment rate fee still?”
I worked in taking UC claims for a lot of years. If the claim does not result in a payment, it has no effect on the employer’s unemployment tax rate. In other words, if you quit and do not have what the government considers “good cause” or if you are fired for what the government rules to be “gross misconduct”, the employer does not get affected. There are an incredible number of picky rules that result in more than half the people who lose their jobs getting nothing.
Sad. As I’ve said I also see everyone turned down for unemploment of recent when there was no ‘misconduct.’Lawyers are making $ telling the person they have a case for a phone hearing and the former employer’s lies win.
(The states are broke) Cushy little deals going on.
Don’t take this the wrong way but the job market right now is not even what it was 30 years ago. It is brutal.
Also re: college debts on a credit report.... In a staxk of 1500 applicants it could come down to whoever has the highest credit score.
Also who, what,when and where started the looking at credit reports for car insurance? Liability is required by law and fined if lapsed.
The only thing not held against someone now is buying a car they won’t hold medical bills against you on a credit report.
You need a job to buy a car.
Oh, there is no doubt that the economy now is worse than 1977. Inflation is not as bad but unemployment is close to twice what it was then.
On another subject did you read Gen. Sada’s book? He described the mission Saddam sent into Syria with the WMDs.
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