The agency is just giving you a bullcrap reason to get rid of you.
I wouldn't believe them. Just another crappy way to treat subs.
On 4/04/13, Having an "agency" between you and your real employer
> makes as much sense as having an insurance company between you
> and your doctor.
> Parasites benefit no one. They just devour stuff, fast,
> because they're always worried they'll be discovered.
> On 4/04/13, Sammy_Sub wrote:
>> I work for an agency that sends me out to various school
>> districts. I am the agency's employee, not the school
>> district's. There is one large school district that they've
>> sent me to many times over a 3-year period. Had no problems
>> with the school district. Lots of nice people in their
>> buildings, encouraging me to apply for full-time positions,
>> even on good terms with a principal who I knew years ago at
>> the elementary school where I grew up. First name basis,
>> lots of smiles from the people there, you get the idea.
>> The last time I worked in this school district was June
>> 2012, ten months ago. Had a great day, people said see you
>> next year! And during the summer, I even had an interview
>> thanks to the principal who I knew. I didn't get the job,
>> but still...
>> Fast forward 10 months later to April 2013, and I receive a
>> phone call from the agency, informing me that the school
>> district put a "do not send" request out for me, basically
>> terminating me from their entire district. The agency said
>> they were forced to comply, and the district didn't even
>> need to provide a reason. But the reason they gave was
>> punctuality. Apparently, I was late one time last spring.
>> I confidently assured the agency that I was never late.
>> Besides, the school district didn't mention it to me, nor
>> did they contact the agency about it. And last summer
>> (which was after last spring on the calendar), I even had an
>> interview with them! Now suddenly, 10 months later, they
>> report me being late, and are requesting my exclusion from
>> their sub list.
>> What??? Really??!! Am I the only one appalled by this?
>> Unfortunately, the agency insists that I do not contact the
>> school district, nor will they contact them on my behalf.
>> So I basically have to move on.
>> But who ever heard of terminating somebody for something
>> that didn't even happen to begin with, and that they're
>> claiming happened 10 months ago, and after which time they
>> even invited me back onto their premises for an interview???
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