Had a medical appointment and court date but did not allow me off
Assignment started in Nashville, then move to Richardson, TX, we were told that we had to go to TX if we wanted to keep our jobs. Once in Richardson working hours changed, contract end date changed, some were released because the contract was supposed to be ending. Those that remained were continuously on edge because of mis-information. The stress of yes it’s ending, no it is not ending became to much. I was offered a job with another company, so I accepted. To this day BP hold that against me...,that has been some time ago. They were new at the time. Training and Management were good.
Ramped down (or so they say)
I got sick of the constant micromanagement by supervisors and they kept changing the times as well as the job description.
Did not promote from within the company. Was always bringing in new management instead of recognizing the talent which was already working for them. BroadPath is very notorious for overlooking existing talented employees. I would never work here again. Sinking ship in my opinion.
BroadPath wouldn't allow me to leave a project. I worked the project for 2 years. Their policy is to have you stay with a project until it is over but no one had said you cold never leave. I was flexible with every schedule change requested by the client but they couldn't be flexible with the changes in my schedule .? It was time to leave
Answered - Supervisor, Customer Service (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
I was fired for being sick for one week with medical documentation.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - New York State