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Us Fidelis Aka Dealer Services Aka National Auto Warranty Servicestreat employees and customers the same: poorly

When I post here I try to back up what I say with sources and websites. Today I am posting to expose how US Fidelis treats their employees and my source is my own experience when I worked there; and my sources who still work there (as of now).

US Fidelis has been hiring temporary workers since the first of the year. The temporary workers come from Aerotek and some ‘might' come from Belcan Tech Services. They just had a job fair for the temporary agency(ies).
Normally their job fairs are published in local papers; this one was not. Listings of want ads from the temporary agencies can be found on www.missouricareersource.com . It wasn't too hard to figure out that this was a ‘temp only' job fair.

It is apparent what the company is doing: the temporary employees will be hired in at $8 or $9 an hour; they now make $10 an hour through their temp company. The employees that have been with the company when they went through their hiring boom [protected] at $12 an hour will all eventually be given pink slips.

Management is fixing “deals" for the employees they want to keep. This is their friends and the temporary employees. They will also fix the “deals" for the employees they want to fire. If you are a keeper; you are going to get files to work that are relatively easy and less time consuming to complete. Your numbers and percentages are going to be higher; thus you are an asset to the company. If you are not a keeper you will get harder files to work that are more time consuming and are harder to persuade the customer to keep coverage.

It is obvious that management has fixed the work flow. When someone who has only been working there one or two months is exceeding someone who has worked their a year or more; it is fishy. I believe that the management actually thinks they are pulling the wool over the $12 an hour employees eyes. Of course, management doesn't care as they make huge bonuses of what their team or department makes; thus more money in their pocket….for now anyway. This company is unethical and still in legal trouble; it WILL eventually catch up with them. It is just a matter of time.

Am I right...Darain Atkinson? Corey Atkinson? Eddie Struckman?
Albert Renaud; Brad King; Clayton Logomasini; Craig Ryon; David Clark; Dwayne Blackwell; Eddie Bowling; Jedediah Williams; Mike Pavolka; Pamela MacCarthy; Scott Kaiser; Tom Rolfes; Vernon Hayes; Gary Primm; Brittany Neal; Jason Walters; Jeremy Lemken; Matthew Vinson; Russell Edelen; Shawn MacCarthy; Christopher Blakely; Dustin Houston; Greg Thompson; Michael Palank; Rodney Rowland; Tim Adams; Kevin Atkinson; Amy Huitt; Amy Wallis; Brian Sczepanski; Ellie Sutherland; Jeremy Nemens; Jared Sutherland; Mike Entemen; Shaun Bobo; AnnMarie Mormino; Art Pender; Bob Noblin; Katie Frailey; Max Williams; David Escobar.

Those are some names of management people who are living large because they don't have a conscience about ripping off thousands of Americans daily.

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  • Jj
    jjenson234 Mar 25, 2009

    weve been fans of rusty wallace's for a long time and we were really surprised that his team had us fidelis as a sponsor. write him and tell him what u think about us fidelis http://www.rustywallace.com/contact_us.html

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