Name: Signe Feldman
Alias: Signe Camille Olson, Signe Olson; Signe Camille Feldman
Home address: 1816 Sumac Dr; Flower Mound, TX 75028
Home phone number: 972-691-1940
Occupation: Staffing service recruiter at Carlton Staffing
Work address: 222 W Las Colinas Blvd; #121N; Irving, TX 75039
Work Phone: 214-596-1600
Cell: 469-855-8974 (email@example.com
College: San Diego State University (Class of 1981)
High school: San Marcos High School (Class of 1976)
Signe Feldman currently works for Carlton Staffing in Irving, Texas and is an independent consultant for https://signe.scentsy.us
. Ten months ago, I applied for an open position at Carlton Staffing.
After taking and passing the assessment test, Signe Feldman immediately looked upon me with disdain and disqualified me due to my skin color. [continued below]....
..... I was infuriated because several of the other applicants, who were white and took more time to complete the test, were offered jobs.
After running an exhaustive background check on Ms. Feldman, a private detective friend of mine revealed that she has misdemeanor theft convictions dating back to 1980 in San Diego, California. Records show that she was convicted of two counts of theft from a local department store in the greater San Diego area. Such charges are classified as 1st degree misdemeanors.
When I saw that record, I wondered to myself how she was able to get a job with Carlton Staffing.
Thanks to my source, I can now take this issue up with her superiors at Carlton Staffing now that I am no longer in the market for a job.
If you come into contact with her, just be aware that she has a checkered past that job seekers and other employers need to know about. She has screwed me over and has possibly screwed other people of color as well.
I took this matter up with the Texas Workforce Commission, but they could not do anything about it.
Therefore, this is my last resort to mention my bad experience with her on RipoffReport.
In my opinion, she really should be fired for practicing racial discrimination at her job, and I hope that she does not get another job in Texas again if her future employers see this post.