- Report: #741555
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Complaint Review: eLance, Inc.
eLance, Inc.441 Logue Avenue, Suite 150 mountain view, California United States of America
eLance, Inc. elance.com U.S. Workers held to more strict policy standards than Foreign Workers mountain view, California
*Author of original report: US Employees Affected
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The information regarding the Pakistan firm was communicated in detail to a high level manager, who indicated it was against policy, yet clearly nothing was ever done. The business was not affected, no new profile, and no, they are not in the process of being taken down but allowed to complete projects which an eLance Support Rep indicated was "likely" the case.
eLance holds U.S. businesses unfairly to a different set of rules/policy compliance than Foreign organizations which is simply un-American & wrong.
Their actions support the current negative U.S. fiscal issues, and continued financial rape of the U.S. workforce as the financial playing field between the U.S., and any competing firm outside the US are obviously in drastic contrast. In essence, they step on the U.S. Worker twice.
I'm all for playing a competitive game, as long the umpire doesn't have 2 Sets of Rules which clearly eLance execution indicates they operate with.
You cost 4 U.S. Workers their Jobs & Supported the downturn in America.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/16/2011 12:07 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/eLance-Inc/mountain-view-California-94043/eLance-Inc-elancecom-US-Workers-held-to-more-strict-policy-standards-than-Foreign-Wor-741555. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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