I enjoyed working for Peoplescout, even though it took me a while to get set up.
I thought I was doing a good job, following up on leads, working closely with my Talent Advisors. I was always finishing my work and then extended myself to other TA's so I could make best use of my time and my management always gave me the "old pat on the back" for being a "team player".
The contract I was working on was withdrawn from the company and I was laid off. After 3 months, I didn't get another assignment, and was then told that my management said some very negative things about me, none of which I had heard of before. It was contrary to what I had been hearing, and I was floored.
I was also concerned about their diversity issues. They seem to embrace diversity only when it comes to LBGT lifestyles.
I am religiously diverse and that didn't fit in well with some of my coworkers, so when they would go all out for their holiday themes, I wouldn't be involved so that set me apart from them. I got lots of attitude and comments from staff working in my area because of my non willingness to participate.
So they alienated me.
I was promised a bonus if I stayed through the transition and finalization of the contract, which I did, and never got it. Very misleading.
As far as the work was concerned. I enjoyed what I did and am grateful for all of the training I received.
Misleading actions, comments, false promises and selective diversity.