I was let go do to a small issue. As a contractor, to I have any recourse? I never even got to tell my side of the story.
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The winners are those who leave
Contractors are 99% likely to be be let go, as opposed to 98% for non-contractors.
, obviously you don't understand English, maybe you learned English in India, China, or maybe Japan? Diversity and a b---s--- racist bias, that somehow envisages a kind of default competence in those eastern countries, may open doors for you but it doesn't substitute for intelligence or competence in a competitive economy!
So are you part of the janitorial department?
I create the software that runs bank of america!
Japanese created Toyota and Kanban.
The fact that there was some issue how ever trivial is not good as a contractor or employee especially with lay-offs around the corner. It is even worse if you are not Indian. Good luck, as being a contractor you are better off elsewhere.
Seriously stupid question which probably explains your 'story'
You are out of luck. If someone doesn’t like the way you look you are gone. They don’t like what you eat for lunch, you are gone. They don’t like your shoes, you are gone.
You have no protection. You have no rights. As a contractor you are beneath all employees.
You s---ed. They let you go. Bye
if you were an 'at-will' employee you would have no recourse, what makes you think a contractor has any protection?
Were you let go DUE to the fact your English is not good?
Assuming you were placed by an agency/vendor - check with them on the terms of your contract.
Why don’t you tell us your side of the story now?
No. That’s why they hire contractors.