Contractors layoff

Uber datis
Apr 2 12 Comments

Is it true that all of the contractors who has worked more than 1.5 years evicted now?

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  • Pinterest LVqp51
    Or maybe companies shouldn't hire contractors to do FTE work
    Apr 2 2
    • Wipro
      JohnnyCa$h

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      JohnnyCa$hmore
      That’s the intent of labor department. If the work goes beyond 1.5 yr, it must be perm work else temp staff converted to full time
      Apr 2
    • Cisco ABGslayer
      @pinterest preach 🙏
      Apr 2
  • Wipro
    JohnnyCa$h

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    JohnnyCa$hmore
    It’s labor rules violations and IRS penalties keeping temp staff longer
    Apr 2 3
    • Uber datis
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      What to do when there is need of those specific workers?
      Apr 2
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      JohnnyCa$h

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      Usually, corps terminate those contracts and they rehire after 3 months to reset the clock
      Apr 2
    • Uber datis
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      I meant in a sense where a long term project is going on
      Apr 2
  • Bank of America Quackers
    Blame microsoft for abusing this so long it got fixed
    Apr 2 1
    • Google KissMyPiss
      More like blame the temps and lawyers that milked lawsuits.
      Apr 2
  • Wipro
    JohnnyCa$h

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    JohnnyCa$hmore
    If project is critical, corps offer FTE roles for outgoing contractors.
    Apr 2 0
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    JohnnyCa$h

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    JohnnyCa$hmore
    Or work for BPO out sourcing companies such as Wipro who has some leg room up to 2yrs max
    Apr 2 0
  • Chevron / Mktg ocxx17
    It depends on a few factors. It varies from company to company. At Chevron, some staffing agencies are set up with a three year max for contractors at which point they need to take a six month "break" to reset the clock as someone mentioned. Other agencies don't have that and are able to keep contractors on a perpetual basis. I have seen equal amounts of both here.
    May 10 0