Hired me for a data-entry billing job. I did it very well, according to my supervisor and the other biller who trained me. However, within seven days, the following happened on that job: -- Did not train me or the other temp for the first three days. We were left on the computer to our own devices with a poorly-written binder of information that turned out to have a bunch of mistakes. -- Other temp left after day one, citing the lack of training and sarcastic commentary from the supervisor. -- Supervisor gave back my work the fourth day and said, "So, don't get upset, but you don't know what you're doing." I responded that I had not been trained, and asked her when I would be trained. She said, "CALM DOWN." Then she said that she would walk me through the invoices the following workday. -- On that following workday, supervisor forgot that she had another temp coming in to replace the first one. I was trained by someone else, which turned out to be a good thing. -- For my own reference, I typed up a how-to for billing an invoice. It was 6 pages long in 10-pt Calibri font - FOR ONE INVOICE. Both supervisor and trainer read through it and said it was correct. -- Supervisor then made a derogatory comment about my weight in front of my trainer. -- Supervisor twice suggested that I not take lunch: 1st time - scheduled a training session at 1pm without telling me or the other temp until 12:30, when we were both about to go on lunch 2nd time - I had an appointment scheduled for the early morning, so I let her know I'd be a bit late. She suggested I work through lunch to make up the time. I refused. -- We finally had a formal training. Each temp went up the the computer and completed one invoice, anywhere from 15-25 minutes per person. During the training, supervisor was whispering to another employee behind her paperwork, distracting the temp at the computer who was learning how to bill a very complicated invoice, making sarcastic comments about how we were billing, and often paying more attention to her phone than to the training session. -- Except for that one appointment, I was *always* on time. Supervisor was habitually 10-15 min late every day. -- Supervisor had a loud argument with another administrator in the middle of the office. -- For five out of seven of these days, supervisor complained about her bosses and other employees. -- Two out of seven days, supervisor joked about jumping off the roof. There was more, but that's enough for the moment. I called Joule almost every day about these incidences. Each time, nothing was done. Joule temp agent 1's response to my complaint about the weight comment: "Well, what my managers are hearing from you and what they are hearing from your supervisor are two different things, so..." Joule temp agent 2's response to my complaint about the lack of training: "Well, it's not all about YOU. They'll train you the best they can, and get back to their OWN work." Joule temp agent 2's response to my complaint about the constant distraction and sarcasm during training: "Well, that's your opinion." Again, there was more. This is just a snapshot. Later on, Joule agent 2 said they'd try to find a replacement for me, and the next day would be my last day. A few hours later, Joule agent 1 called me to tell me to give two weeks notice if I got a new job, but to stick it out as long as I could. I mentioned what agent 2 said; agent 1 responded: "Well, the managers and [agent 1] and I met, and we agreed that you should stick it out." Note: I have never quit without notice in my life, and asking a temp company to remove me from an assignment is a first. My experience with this agency so far is that they DO NOT CARE what happens to you once you are hired and they making money off of you. This is the worst staffing agency I have every worked with, and I cannot in good conscience recommend this company to ANYONE.