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Myself and other co-workers were advised by management to seek other jobs as the SSGN project came close to the end. The company also experienced three lay-offs within the same 12 month period, due to insufficient work


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I did not leave. I was wrongfully terminated three weeks after an incident occurred by a careless CSR on my team, and was told I was ineligible for rehire.

Answered - Supervisor / Instructor / Claims Agent / CSR (Former Employee) - Hattiesburg, MS

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I had personal reasons

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Lawrence, KS

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Layoff due to dowsing based on sales.

Answered - Principal Supplier Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee) - Williston, VT

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Had to move back to Indiana due to emergency

Answered - CRS (Former Employee) - Waco, TX

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They are closing down the building

Answered - Representative (Former Employee) - Waco, TX

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I left my job at GDIT because it was getting close to lay off time and I had a new job.

Answered - CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Panama City, FL

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Was terminated for hours.

Answered - call center rep (Former Employee) - Chester, VA

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The management sucked and no room for advancement

Answered - Internal Support Group Coordinator (Former Employee) - Richmond, VA

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After working about two years, they still had not brought me on full time. I wanted t get a job with benefits, where part of my salary wasn't going to a headhunter. At no time did they promise to bring me on, so it's not like they went back on their word, but still, after two years you need to decide whether to fish or cut bait.

Answered - DESIGN ENGINEER (Former Employee) - Newton, NC

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