- Report: #1141220
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Jeff Goldner Division Manager, Forest Pharmaceuticals
Jeff Goldner Division Manager, Forest Pharmaceuticals909 Third Avenue Corporate Headquarters New York, New York USA
Ripped Off By Jeff Goldner Division Manager, Forest Pharmaceuticals Jeff Goldner 646-279-4326 cell Goldner, Jeff Forest Pharmaceuticals NY Division Manager Forest Pharmaceuticals Forest Laboratories Pharmaceutical Giant Forest; Applicant "Jeff Goldner Div Manager RIPPED ME OFF ! ! " Westchester, New York New York
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For Release 6:00 PM Wednesday April 23, 2014
Contact: Justice On The [email protected]
New York, NY April 23, 2014 - The jig is up for Jeff Goldner at Forest.
"I was ripped off by Forest Division Manager Jeff Goldner." Those are the words from a job applicant who thought he was attending a professional interview for a sales position with Forest, but instead was subjected to Goldner's outrageous semantics.
"When you are 50-years old, trying to get employment with Forest Pharmaceuticals, it's not a big surprize that Managers like Jeff Goldner are going to devolve the enthusiasm of the interview to the point that you know that it is over."
It's bad enough that Forest is only paying $50,000.00 in annual salary, said the applicant. "I mean, why Jeff Goldner, wants to insult good faith applicants credentials for the measly and uncompetitive compensation package, befuddles me."
Justice On The Job also quoted the complainant; "In my opinion and based on Jeff Goldner's attitude toward me, it's clear that Jeff is looking to hire the 20-something year old in a skirt and heels, a bill for those who know me, I can't fill. He went on; "I dislike that he ripped me off of my time and I felt it incumbent to report Jeff Goldner who masquerades as a divison manager for Forest."
The applicant reported that he was contacted by JDC Recruiters after receiving his resume for a Forest opening in Westchester. She told him that Jeff Goldner liked the job applicants credentials and would like to meet with him. "I think that Goldner is a piece of S%!% who should not be in a Division Managers position.
The applicant added; Jeff Goldner began humiliating me when he minimized my academic and professional experience, without even looking at the entire picture." He added; "Without even reviewing his portfolio, Jeff Goldner stated that he doubted the I would pass the Forest 5-week training course."
The Fordham University graduate and applicant who met all of the criteria for the Forest job, went on to add; "Jeff Goldner wanted me to fail in the interview, I mean all that he did was insult my academic credentials."
The applicant accusses Jeff Goldner of ripping him off of his time. "I invested a couple of days preparing for this job and took the day off to drive to the interview, only to be met with this jackass, pompus, inconsiderate, unprofessional and demeaning Jeff Goldner."
Fed up with Jeff Goldner's insults, the applicant explained; "I took my application back from him and and walked out." Jeff Goldner earns the disgracful grade of F- in business acumen.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/23/2014 07:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jeff-Goldner-Division-Manager-Forest-Pharmaceuticals/New-York-New-York-10022/Ripped-Off-By-Jeff-Goldner-Division-Manager-Forest-Pharmaceuticals-Jeff-Goldner-646-279--1141220. 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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