What a great deal. The wrkers will berecruited and traned under a $75
million Senior communityservice emplyment program, Guess AARP will use
$100/hr trainers to do this . Dennis Donovan, home depot executive vice
president for human resources, says "We have a need for qualified
employees. We're looking for people who have the experience , the
skills, the knowledge , and the passion.
Just another example of the way big business does things. Let other
people train them, we hire them for little $ s let themthink they will
earn more in a year or so, and move on.
I have no knowlege of the benifits the full time employees earn, but
would like to know how much they pay for health ins for a family.
Oh and Donovan said " we'll put everyone thru gh the same testing we put
all applicants through. We'll always hire the best, and that's what
we're continuing to do"
Well if they have the best now,,,, how come such low pay? And what des
that say about the aarp recruited?
Forgot to read more on this story in the tampa tribune. The program
helps people under 55 and under the povity level get training to update
their skills, redo their resumes, and learn job skills.
This just looks like more of the same
SOP . Can some one tell me how to get to the local Ace hardware?