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It was my own goals and dreams that kept me going back to work daily at ADF International, not anything that the company itself self had to offer. While it does indeed offer the best medical benefits in the area, it doesn't offer much else. The wages are not competitive in the industry oh, and the upper management does not know what it is doing. For being an old company, they make a lot of rookie mistakes. I know they're based out of Terrebonne Canada, and I know that Terrebonne conducts itself in a much different way, but my experience at ADF International Montana leaves a very bad taste in my mouth. The foreman are great people, and very knowledgeable personnel. The workforce is a great group of people willing to put in the overtime and stay motivated. The company itself is poorly managed and the turn over there is ridiculous. They've already hired through the pool available to them in Great Falls Montana and they've had to start pulling from outside of Montana. They've begun to hire from all over the country as well as Canada. That's how I come to find myself in Montana, originally from Erie, PA, I came based on a phone interview and their offer for relocation fee. It is only a year later, and after a severe injury to myself, and their very stringent attendance policy, combined with a very non-understanding upper management, I find myself unemployed. Approach this company cautiously. As long as you're a yes man you'll survive just fine. But it doesn't take long for you to see the mistakes that they're making, mistakes that they stand on as practice.
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i am seeking a job in my area (59901) that is in Kalispell Montana. i am a convicted felon but I have discharged my sentence. It's really hard to find a job because i was only recently released from prison. so my past job experience is very short, it consists of three years ago. nothing up to date. my experience is in restaurants since 2007. but in my past I've done concrete, roofing, insulation, landscaping. i did/do have a job right now that is off/on which is installing all types of flooring and tile work. could you please help me find a job that
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I started a new job as a helper on a Montana grain harvest. The owners of the grain, land, and equipment are my immediate supervisors. I was told of this job by an acquaintance. I went to the job site and was put straight to work.
I thought that before actually starting a job the newly hired person fills out a bunch of paperwork. None was presented to me on my first or second or 3rd day out there. On my fourth and final day I was ignored when I asked for my new hire paperwork. Heretofore on other jobs I had to give a name address, fill out IRS Form W-4 witholdings, something to the child support which I am liable to. I would be driving trucks on public roadways on a daily basis so I'm sure an employer would wish to verify if I had a drivers license or not. I learned that this employer doesn't check to see whether any of his new hires even has a valid drivers license or not. The guy who got me on out there has a revoked drivers license for a DUI. He further told me these guys don't care if he doesn't have a drivers license. He still has a job and he showed me a paycheck that he was given for his last 2 weeks.
There is the Montana New Hire Reporting system where the employer must enter our wage and hour info that goes to the child support enforcement division. I am receiving Social Security Disability Insurance for a bipolar disorder where my daughter gets benefits on an auxilliary plan. I would be liable for part of my wages but none of the child support report forms were not presented to me. My buddy owes back child support but by the employer ignoring obligations my buddy gets out of paying his child support obligation as well. A person has to usually fill out a form stating they are legal to work in the USA. I was not presented with any of that paperwork either. I wasn't even asked what my last name is during the 4 days I was out there. At the beginning of my last day out there (day 4) I asked the supervisor when I was going to fill out my new hire paperwork. He avoided the question as he gave an instruction to do something or whatever. This supervisor began verbally abusing me in an increasing manner as the day went on. I began feeling really stressed with my disability I became unable to do my work. The supervisors behavior was a complete turnabout of his prior civil behavior. Twice he seemed to try to impede me as I was doing my work. At one time I stiff armed him back as he was moving to block my path to a duty I was going to perform.. I finally was left alone and I made a minor mistake which shut the operation down for a time. I was so upset I was unable to do my job. The verbal abuse and blocking me from trying to do my job continued. At nearly the days end my supervisor pulled more subtle shit. As we was going to our vehicles to go on home he walked up to my truck stating it was the nicest truck out there of all the other workers. Earlier that very day he was talking about having our personal vehicles in a spot away from machinery so there would be no accidents. I didn't get any sleep that night and I advised the owner by text message that I would not be going to work that day. I haven't been back since. I got in touch with the state department of labor and industry and they sent a form to fill out that doesn't even contain space to provide such a complaint. I haven't been paid for the 4 days I worked. It would be hearsay if I tried to say I was working out there unless I could get co-operation from the friend who got me on out there.
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