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The Connection Complaint - Bad business - call center

Review by chrissy14701 on 2007-04-28
JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK -- This is one of the letters sent to the corporate office, which they refuse to help with. Many others have been sent, but nothing is done.....can anyone tell me where else to go?

THE LETTER:
To the corporate offices of the connection.....I will send a copy of this to others inside and outside the company, in hopes that something will get done. I recently started working at the connection in Jamestown NY. As it has been brought to your attention before by MANY others, the unfairness of the company. The company does not go by the rules, the do illegal things and if you question these things that are done, they will find a way to fire you. Not only that, but they blame corporate for everything. When something is done wrong, "its corporates fault" and when corporate is "making a visit" we are told to act, and dress differently. We are like robots. We have to befriend the supervisors to feel comfortable. What kind of company is that? You don't even require drug testing, which if you made it done now, I think you would be surprised how many people are doing it, including Supervisors, and that may be why schedules and other things keep getting messed up. This is unfair for many of us, we were only trying to get employment not being made to "suck up" and make friends with bosses or get out. And when we ask about contacting corporate we are warned about this, why is the company ran like this? Why do you pick bosses from the area? That makes it worse for the "non friends" of the company. If you were to question all the employees confidentially then you would hear about all the illegal things going on and it may surprise you, but from what i am told, other employees have already told you about this, and you as "corporate" refuse to do anything. This is not fair to anyone to be AFRAID at your job.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-04-28
Posted by dfields on 2007-04-28:
contact your local state attorney's office. they should be able to assist.

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