Re: AESOP and jobulator...
Oct 21, 2010
On 10/18/10, Jill wrote:
> On 10/17/10, Bob wrote:
>> Why should I have to buy anything. Also, you do have an
>> advantage. You know the 4 digit pin you have to type to accept
>> a job, I and everyone else who refuses to succumb to
>> Frontline's monopoly and unfair trade practice have to try and
>> decipher the two word captcha which is barely visible. Inother
>> words it takes you 1-2 seconds to accept a job and takes
>> everyone else 10-15. In my district, the job is already gone.
>> You probably don't work in a district with 1000 active subs
>> vying for at most 75 call outs among 21 schools. There is
>> almost one active sub for every teacher.
>> On 10/14/10, Bella wrote:
>>> When accepting a job through Jobulator, you have to enter
>>> your AESOP pin. Therefore, you are still entering
>>> information into the system. Also, the job appears on
>>> AESOP and on Jobulator at the exact same time.
>>> I don't understand why you claim that AESOP
>>> is "discriminating" against you. You have the same
>>> opportunity to subscribe to Jobulator as everyone else
>>> does, you just chose not to subscribe. I think Jobulator
>>> is wonderful because it allows me to do other things
>>> instead of constantly refreshing my screen in AESOP. I
>>> was very willing to pay the $40 to have that part of my
>>> life back, and I would be EXTREMELY irritated to have this
>>> taken away.
>>> On 10/13/10, bob wrote:
>>>> I purchased another program which alerts me of jobs and
>>>> brings me to the
>>>> assignnment details page. All I have to do is enter the
>>>> captcha and click on accept job. Even refreshing at the
>>>> programs fastest rate I still can't get jobs. Frontline
>>>> denies it but Jobulator subscribers get the assignments
>>>> first. I proved it. I went side by side with someone in
>>>> a computer lab and he got the job about 10 minutes
>>>> before I did. We had assistance from the sys op s only
>>>> the two of us would have the assignment available.
>>>> Also, jobulator subscribers just have to click on
>>>> accept assignment. They do not have to enter the
>>>> captcha. I am filing a class action lawsuit against
>>>> Frontline for discrimination. I URGE ALL SUBS TO
>>>> CINTACT THE SUPERINTENDANT OF SCHOOLS FOR THEIR
>>>> DISTRICT. TELL THEM YOU WILL BE FILING A CLASS ACTION
>>>> DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT. THE SCHOOL SYSTEM WILL
>>>> INVOLUNATARILY BECOME A DEFENDANT IN THE CASE UNLESS
>>>> THEY FORCE AESOP TO DUMP JOBULATOR, PROVIDE IT FREE OF
>>>> CHARGE, OR ELIMINATE THE PREFERENCEING AND CAPTCHA
>>>> ADVANTAGES. My school system is already looking at
>>>> terminating their contract with Frontline despite
>>>> having a 100% fill rate.
> I agree with the lawsuit idea. As long as this unfair mess goes
> unchallenged, Frontline is going to do whatever they want and the
> subs will just have to put up with it.
I quit being a sub at end of last school year because of ASESOP. I
saw no benefit after doing Jobulator trial period which still
required me to sit in phone of my desk top computer. Has anyone
checked how AESOP is so proud they fill 87,000 jobs per day? Do the
math at $40 for these little widgets.....It's almost 3.5 million
taken from us subs to use their widget to get a job and line their
Three (3) districts in my area do not use ASEOP so, why should I pay
to get jobs no one else wants and they don't call until 5 minutes
before school begins to ask me if I want the job? Additionally, last
year when I got widget some how, some way, my account was wrongfully
deactivated due to clerical error. Didn't get any jobs for almost a
month and this is after I purchased Jobulator. Lawsuit sounds REAL
GOOD TO ME.