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Sep 12, 2018 00:38:21   #
Macrabb
 
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.

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Sep 12, 2018 01:03:24   #
Ricktloml (a regular here)
 
Macrabb wrote:
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.
I worked at a empolyment development department in... (show quote)




Welcome Macrabb.

That is disgusting, sadly, it's not surprising. I hope you have found a much better job that doesn't require you to be corrupt.

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Sep 12, 2018 01:11:09   #
Radiance3 (a regular here)
 
Macrabb wrote:
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.
I worked at a empolyment development department in... (show quote)


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I wish you could have made copies of the duplicates before reporting. But you still can report that to the main office. Please do it. There are so much corruptions in California, and overall we are all victims of those crimes.

You must report your findings to the SS main administration office at Woodlawn, Maryland.
Google the address, and phone number. Better yet, write them with the enclosed evidence of your findings to correct these corruptions. I think violations are very common in California.

Also report that the California SS Branch Office did not want to help you. Make sure you got all documents to support your report. Make copies of them. Detail your report, and the names of people at the SS CA branch you've communicated with who did not want to correct the problems.

Always retain copies of your communications, and documents. You will need that for further review and investigation.

Good luck. We must correct these crimes.

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Sep 12, 2018 02:11:47   #
PeterS (a regular here)
 
Macrabb wrote:
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.
I worked at a empolyment development department in... (show quote)

What's the purpose of your job if no one wanted you to do it? And what do you think it tells us?

And welcome to the board and I hope you enjoy your stay...

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Sep 12, 2018 09:39:01   #
Lonewolf (a regular here)
 
I don't believe a word you say I dobt you could even get the job you say you had!



Macrabb wrote:
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.
I worked at a empolyment development department in... (show quote)

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Sep 12, 2018 10:09:41   #
JFlorio (a regular here)
 
Lonewolf wrote:
I don't believe a word you say I dobt you could even get the job you say you had!


And he should know. He’s an expert in not having a job.

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Sep 12, 2018 12:09:50   #
bahmer (a regular here)
 
Macrabb wrote:
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.
I worked at a empolyment development department in... (show quote)


Sounds about right for California.

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Sep 12, 2018 13:44:21   #
Lonewolf (a regular here)
 
look at the spelling and grammar its trump! writing this post

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Sep 13, 2018 12:09:09   #
NikoliMc
 
about being ordered not to do her job? It isn't unique to that job. I was once hired by a major manufacturer to work on a bid for a satellite system. Boss told me to proofread the existing documents on the bid to "familiarize myself with the bid."
I found so many typos, he made me quite finding them! The company which made the original satellite system, lost the bid to another contractor!
Another company told me "I don't care! The lowest bidder gets the contract. Even if it is printed on toilet paper!"

He was wrong. On another contract for a different contractor, we got the bid because 1. it was submitted on time, on budget, and 2. The quality was so much better than the rest, they awarded the contract to my then-current employer. Even though their bid was slightly higher than the next one.

One of the bids was for a power plant to be built near a tribal area. I happened to have a book of Native American art, and I made the cover using it. They were blown away, and after reducing the size a bit, used it as tribal letterhead!

Don't TELL me quality doesn't count. I've proved that it does. Catering to a company or other entities needs and wants, works. Once, I was told I was 'Too perfectionistic.' I challenged my boss to go back, see all the drawings I had completed, add up the time spent on each. (Each hour of work was given as a 'unit' and each unit was considered to be one hour of work. And each of us was supposed to produce 9.5 'units' in an 8-hour day.) Each drawing, the number of it, and the person doing the drawing was logged in a big book. And the number of units for each drawing. He took me up on that challenge. He came back an hour later, looking bleak. I looked up and said
"Well?" He replied "You're doing 11.5 units a day." Doing it right the first time, meant I didn't have to interrupt my current drawing, to correct one that I had just finished.
Besides, the world needs a few perfectionists. Do you want the plane in which you are a passenger, to be built by someone who doesn't give a rip? How about your pricey Swiss watch? Surgical doctors?

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Sep 13, 2018 13:39:18   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
Macrabb wrote:
I worked at a empolyment development department in southren CA. I was ask to straiten out the files and make sure that the nummber were not use for different people. I came across a ssn that was used by ten different people. It was used by illegals who are work in southern California they use this ssn with his permission and they paid him to use it. When I brought it to the woman who took care of the migrant workers I was told to mind my own business. And to forget about what I had seen. She Said" what does it matter as the whites would not do the jobs that these people did" She took the cards and only put the man who had the number first back in the files so I know how corrupted the system can be. I soon was told my job wss being closed. If that tells you something.
I worked at a empolyment development department in... (show quote)


Welcome!! So sorry your job fell victim to the corrupt system. Hope you've found something better

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Sep 13, 2018 13:40:11   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
JFlorio wrote:
And he should know. He’s an expert in not having a job.


Lolololololololhahahahahaha

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Sep 13, 2018 13:42:10   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
NikoliMc wrote:
about being ordered not to do her job? It isn't unique to that job. I was once hired by a major manufacturer to work on a bid for a satellite system. Boss told me to proofread the existing documents on the bid to "familiarize myself with the bid."
I found so many typos, he made me quite finding them! The company which made the original satellite system, lost the bid to another contractor!
Another company told me "I don't care! The lowest bidder gets the contract. Even if it is printed on toilet paper!"

He was wrong. On another contract for a different contractor, we got the bid because 1. it was submitted on time, on budget, and 2. The quality was so much better than the rest, they awarded the contract to my then-current employer. Even though their bid was slightly higher than the next one.

One of the bids was for a power plant to be built near a tribal area. I happened to have a book of Native American art, and I made the cover using it. They were blown away, and after reducing the size a bit, used it as tribal letterhead!

Don't TELL me quality doesn't count. I've proved that it does. Catering to a company or other entities needs and wants, works. Once, I was told I was 'Too perfectionistic.' I challenged my boss to go back, see all the drawings I had completed, add up the time spent on each. (Each hour of work was given as a 'unit' and each unit was considered to be one hour of work. And each of us was supposed to produce 9.5 'units' in an 8-hour day.) Each drawing, the number of it, and the person doing the drawing was logged in a big book. And the number of units for each drawing. He took me up on that challenge. He came back an hour later, looking bleak. I looked up and said
"Well?" He replied "You're doing 11.5 units a day." Doing it right the first time, meant I didn't have to interrupt my current drawing, to correct one that I had just finished.
Besides, the world needs a few perfectionists. Do you want the plane in which you are a passenger, to be built by someone who doesn't give a rip? How about your pricey Swiss watch? Surgical doctors?
about being ordered not to do her job? It isn't un... (show quote)


Yes, quality DOES count!! And I hope in my lifetime to see merit count again.

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Sep 13, 2018 18:27:51   #
badbobby (a regular here)
 
NikoliMc wrote:
about being ordered not to do her job? It isn't unique to that job. I was once hired by a major manufacturer to work on a bid for a satellite system. Boss told me to proofread the existing documents on the bid to "familiarize myself with the bid."
I found so many typos, he made me quite finding them! The company which made the original satellite system, lost the bid to another contractor!
Another company told me "I don't care! The lowest bidder gets the contract. Even if it is printed on toilet paper!"

He was wrong. On another contract for a different contractor, we got the bid because 1. it was submitted on time, on budget, and 2. The quality was so much better than the rest, they awarded the contract to my then-current employer. Even though their bid was slightly higher than the next one.

One of the bids was for a power plant to be built near a tribal area. I happened to have a book of Native American art, and I made the cover using it. They were blown away, and after reducing the size a bit, used it as tribal letterhead!

Don't TELL me quality doesn't count. I've proved that it does. Catering to a company or other entities needs and wants, works. Once, I was told I was 'Too perfectionistic.' I challenged my boss to go back, see all the drawings I had completed, add up the time spent on each. (Each hour of work was given as a 'unit' and each unit was considered to be one hour of work. And each of us was supposed to produce 9.5 'units' in an 8-hour day.) Each drawing, the number of it, and the person doing the drawing was logged in a big book. And the number of units for each drawing. He took me up on that challenge. He came back an hour later, looking bleak. I looked up and said
"Well?" He replied "You're doing 11.5 units a day." Doing it right the first time, meant I didn't have to interrupt my current drawing, to correct one that I had just finished.
Besides, the world needs a few perfectionists. Do you want the plane in which you are a passenger, to be built by someone who doesn't give a rip? How about your pricey Swiss watch? Surgical doctors?
about being ordered not to do her job? It isn't un... (show quote)


don't break your arm pattin yourself on the back


jus kiddin couldn't help myself
I hafta agree

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Sep 13, 2018 18:43:06   #
Lonewolf (a regular here)
 
If your boss tells you to do something you should do it, it's his company and he's signing your ck!
You can always go someplace else to work, think military love every order they get they don't but they follow them.

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Sep 13, 2018 18:49:17   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
Lonewolf wrote:
If your boss tells you to do something you should do it, it's his company and he's signing your ck!
You can always go someplace else to work, think military love every order they get they don't but they follow them.


Social security belongs to the government, which belongs to us last time I checked....

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