- Report: #803315
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Artech Information Systems
Artech Information SystemsInternet United States of America
Artech Information Systems IBM Artech / IBM not informing future full time employees of furlough days. Internet
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Similar experience - I empathize
*Author of original report: Work schedule not reliable
*Consumer Comment: It's a contract position.
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Artech does not inform prospective employees about the furlough days in advance since it may cause people to reconsider accepting a position where they will be given furlough days.
If it's not illegal, it's at least unethical to hire someone for a full time 40 hour position knowing they will be given furlough days and not working 40 hour work weeks. If this happened one time and caught Artech by surprise it might be understandable but it's been going on for a few years now.
Artech should have full disclosure before hiring and let future employees know that they will possibly / probably be given furlough days and how many if they are placed at IBM GDF.
Maybe the furlough day thing is written into the contract when you get hired, not sure but you may want to check the fine print before accepting a contract position through Artech working for IBM.
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