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They gave me a tiny bonus which they deducted from my final paycheck. Although it is in their contract that they will do this, I thought it was horribly cruel after I quit because my working conditions were so unsafe and they claimed they could do nothing to help. Worse.Company.Ever. Hands down.

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Not challenging, but I felt like more than just a "warm body" (interviewing with other staffing companies made me feel like my needs were not a concern - just "you're certified? Hired!")

First I interviewed on the phone with an SOS rep, who asked basic qualification questions and found out about my interests/concerns, then set up a phone interview with 2 administrators from the school district, who asked more SLP-specific questions.

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Stop being so obvious that contractors are just cogs in a wheel to enrich Stepping Stones Group.
Actually, care about the people you place and what is happening to them on their assignments.

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None. Even when I was injured on the job by one of the students, Stepping Stones Group did not pay me for days I took off.

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None for special education teachers, even if you are injured by a child at your school.

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8 hours per day

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Not good if they continue to treat contractors as nothing but a way for them to make money.

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Yes, they provide health insurance after a month.

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I got $1/hr after 2 years

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I got $34 hour, but was verbally promised a $1.00 per hour raise after my 1st school year, which I didn’t get. Recruiter denied she had quoted that amount, which I had actually written down during the conversation.

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