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  • lancehicks@ymail.com lancehicks Jun 4, 2012 10:21 PM Flag

    Employee Treatment

    Investors Listen. Christmas 2010 I was stabbed 15 times and left paralzed. Thank you Mr. Foley. When I tried to return I was told I was replaced a couple of months earlier. When I raised my voice about the situation I was fire. What they wanted. They did not wanted a crippled manager. They were done with me! A manager for Chicago Title Company for 9 years; Number (1) market share in the Inland Empire for 8 of those years. Ungodly amount of profit all off this great bubble. Did I say I was in El Centro; ground zero of the housing bust. Thank you Mr. Foley for taking care of your emploees; when I really needed Chicago Title they fired me because of my disability. I could have done the job; they owed me a chance. Thank you Linda Hearrel and Thank You Mr. Foley.

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    • craiger-1@att.net craiger-1 Jun 5, 2012 6:09 PM Flag

      If your work at Chicago Title was anything like the quality of your post I'm sure you were fired for cause, not because of your disability.
      If you're still looking for work I suggest you have a professional do your resume or you will never find another job.

    • craiger-1@att.net craiger-1 Jun 5, 2012 6:09 PM Flag

      If your work at Chicago Title was anything like the quality of your post I'm sure you were fired for cause, not because of your disability.
      If you're still looking for work I suggest you have a professional do your resume or you will never find another job.

    • FNF is notorious for treating employees like trash. They are the classic company who will smile in your face as they turn the knife in your back.

      I've been in the Title/Settlement industry 23 years, the last 5 with FNF. Among the 4 other companies I've worked with, I have never felt secure as an employee at FNF. "Churn and Burn", thet is their insidious motto. As a result, their low, sometimes incompetent service level is legendary.

      do they make money? maybe. But as an employer, you're better to go with FAF, ORI, or an agency.

 
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