Logix Guru Reviews
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Logix Guru Reviews
By Paula Reed Ward, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette A Monroeville businessman pleaded guilty this morning in federal court to not paying more than $600,000 in taxes. Suhendra Ajmani, 66, who owns American Coal and Minerals Co., pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion. The company is a coal brokerage, in which Mr. Ajmani bought coal from suppliers and then sold it to customers. According to the prosecution, he asked his accounting company to give him all the information on sales and expenses, and he then provided different information to his tax preparer for the years 2003 and 2004. The first question Senior U.S. District Judge Maurice B. Cohill asked the defendant was for him to state his name. Before he did, Mr. Ajmani apologized profusely for his actions -- something he did repeatedly throughout the hearing. "Your honor, I'm a felon. I did not pay my taxes. With that introduction, I'm ready to face the consequences," Mr. Ajmani said. "I brought disgrace to my wife." His total earnings over the two-year period were more than $2.4 million, but Mr. Ajmani claimed on his tax return earning just $767,000.. The total tax loss both parties agreed to is $617,929. Mr. Ajmani has already paid that amount, said his defense attorney, Cynthia Eddy. He will be sentenced on June 2. Based on the tax loss, Mr. Ajmani's estimated guideline range calls for 24 to 30 months in prison. Show less
EXPLOITATIVE Company - Look elsewhere
It was advertised as a contract-hire position--but when I talked to the recruiter, he said, no it was a full time position with them (Logix Guru) then "transitioning" to full time w/their client. Which is hog-wash. There is NO GUARANTEE. It's a contract to hire--we all know what that means! So they wanted me to relocate at my own expense, with no benefits (until 1 1/2 months later when their benefit period kicked in and he said "it wasn't worth it" and they usually didn't give benefits), no job security--and get this! For LESS THAN HALF of my last bill rate??? What this means is--they hire me so they can pocket more of the bill rate from the client. It's usually given to the consultant to make up for no benefits. But these guys want it all... EXPLOITATIVE and a ridiculous waste of time for anyone with IT experience...
Great Place To Work in a Positive Env!
I worked for Logix Guru for a period of almost two years in the mid 2000's. I graduated with a B.A. with a 3.4 gpa and promptly entered graduate school finishing number 3 in my class with a masters in a health related field. I was so pleased to get a job offer from Logix Guru starting at almost $30,000 per annum! Who would have thought that I could finish almost seven years of college and be making almost $2,100 per month after taxes! I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked there. I made three IT placements in those 18 months as well making another two thousand! Singh Ajmani was fantastic to work for. He told me that the salary I was making was in line with the amount of education I received. I have now moved into the primary field of my education and have moved into the arena of around $70,000 per annum but I feel that I am way overcompensated. I agree with Singh Ajmani as he explained to me that someone working for him with a Masters degree should be paid around $28,000 at his company. There is no need to be paid any more than 30k without a Ph.D.
Terrible Place To Work
This place was terrible to work for. They had massive turn over with their sales staff. The owner Singh Ajmani will make this place a living *** if he does not like you. The sales & recruiting staff work in a damp basement that doubles for a storage facility. It makes the movie "Office Space" look like a slice of heaven. Logix Guru has flooded the web with all these postings that give themselves "5 out of 5" as a place to work, but alas-take it from an insider, it it HORRIBLE. You will get lowballed on your offer stating that you can "make it up with commission", but there are no placements being made, so no commission. TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE. Singh just got out of a heap pf leagl trouble from him not paying taxes on almost a million dollars, and the info is all over the Internet. So im sure companies in Pittsburgh would rather have Hepatitis C rather than have their names attached to him in case of an audit or something.
Misrepresented IT Candidate(s)
I work in Human Resources for a major telecommunications company in Pittsburgh, PA. We are growing as far as internal staff & needed additional information technology staff to assist us. We received a cold call from the sales department at Logix Guru in Murrysville, PA. After signing a contingency agreement with them (meaning we only pay them if and when we hire one of their candidates) we started to receive resumes of potential hires. We as an internal team spent countless hours meeting about the resumes, skill sets and backgrounds. After deciding to interview a candidate, we had him on speakerphone so the team could ask random or specific questions. We found out one candidate had not gone through a technical screening prior to our interview (Logix Guru insisted they did this), another candidate was presented to us from Logix Guru as having a Masters degree (he didn't)and another candidate accepted our offer and then Logix Guru changed the terms of payment and the amount due AFTER we decided we wanted him. They were miserable to deal with, unorganized, unprofessional and would NEVER RECCOMEND DOING BUSINESS WITH THEM!!!
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