Anonymous

The Problem with Labor Exchange

I too experienced a payment issue with labor exchange. The issue occurred when we moved to a new location, Lawrenceville, GA.

I asked about the hours, and was told to put in a claim, Every time I asked about my money being handled, I was told to file a claim. Which I did, more than once. Never did I receive my money that was missed for 15 hours! This is more than a day that I still have yet to receive.

The office that I worked for in Winder, GA is now closed. And to make things worse, I still have not received my w2s. I call this company on a daily basis. I NEVER GET AN ANSWER.

I am now ready to contact someone of higher authority. Higher than California itself.

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Loss:
$150
Pros:
  • Atmosphere
Cons:
  • Situation not getting taken care of
  • Being handled inappropriately
Reason of review:
Problems with payment

Preferred solution: Money and my W2's

Anonymous

Cheats employees of hard earned money

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I believe my title says it all. I was cheated out of my salary. As

I try to rectify this with them, which is a task in itself because no one wants to speak with you, I finally land an e mail contact.. Now this is going on fro several months. The last contact was that they needed to verify my hours.. but wait..I sent them my pay stubs??

I went with them because they were representing a very reputable company coming into my area. They promised temp to hire, so I bust my *** trying to prove to them my dedication and then they start messing with my pay..

I do not recommend anyone to take a position through them.. beware of their low tricks.

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Loss:
$75
Cons:
  • Dis honesty
Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Full refund

Anonymous
map-marker Kennesaw, Georgia

Why me

I get up and start walking @ 4am to labor exchange in Knoxville TN which takes about an hour. I have to do this if I don't have a repeat ticket which I don't.

Labor exchange has a sign in sheet that they insist that everybody signs on arrival. which I now know that they don't go by this. I don't see why they insist on signing in if they don't go by it! I was 1 and my girlfriend was 2 on the list today which is 3-29-16.

They bypassed us and went to people who got there hours later and didn't have a repeat! They claim to be an equal opportunity employer which I beg to differ! I get up every day to try and earn an honest days pay and do the right thing but labor exchange has other plans for me which is not working me! I am homeless and trying not to stay that way but companies like labor exchange in Knoxville TN make it hard for me!

I am a good hard worker and I have never had any employer complain about my work! I just want companies that hire labor exchange to know how they treat their so called employees. How can a person like me try so hard to do the right thing by trying to earn honest money.

How could a company like this claim to be an equal opportunity employer! DONALD RICHARD ONKLE III 865-591-****

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