To all ex-halfer's,ex-slaves, etc...
If any of
you put even one ounce of the effort you spent
discussing the company on this message board into actually
doing your job, you would probably still be employed
with the company and earning a handsome
To all shareholders...
Rejoice! Your stock took
an immeasurable jump when all of these respondents
left the company.
I just noticed, you spend a
significant amount of your time posting poison pen messages
on this board. The question ends up being when do
you find time to work. If you are currently employed
I doubt your employer would be very fond of fact
that you spend so much of your time on the internet
venting bile about RHI. If you ever did work for RHI I
can see why you were terminated, I imagine that the
bad..bad..boogie folks at RHI took issue with your "surf time".
If you are unemployed maybe you may want to refocus
your energy on finding a job
No, I don't know all about stocks, I'll fully
admit. I'm a recruiter, not a stock broker. But thanks
for the lesson, Mr. Barney (or is it Solomon, perhaps
Now please, leave me alone. I've said my peace, go on
to some other worthless cause, like saving the dung
Don't contact Yahoo, I don't know what I'll do. I
do assume you are a pseudo-Commie Democrat. What
better way to stifle a critic than simply whine about it
to people who don't really care, but will satisfy
your urge just to shut you up.
Please do no
tell me to get a life, when all you have time to do is
If you don't wish to hear all
sides of the discussion, don't read the rambling on
Neither does a Shorter OWN the stock. He borrows
it and sells it in the hope the price drops so he
can buy it back cheaper and repay the loan of the
stock at a profit.
But what am I saying? You know
all about that.
You didn't answer question 4, the most important.
How may shares are you short?
FYI, my son is
entering his fourth month with RHI Consulting, having come
from a competitor. He remains extremely pleased with
management, opportunity, working conditions, and
compensation, and he is ecstatic about the new comp package
they are bringing in. Perhaps you gave up too soon?
1) Top performer: yes, i ranked in the top 5% of
the NY Region, this is why I was promoted to D.D. (If
you'd like, I'll show you the memo from my
2)I'm still in recruiting, for a better
3)Just 1, Cjmariani, which is my real name also. I don't
hide behind anything, which is why I don't use any
other names but my own.
4) I don't own this
stock, came close when they took 10% of my bonus and
withheld it for stock that I never got, nor did I ever see
that 10% again.
LISTEN: I'm bored with this
board (parden the pun) and I've got better things to do
than stay on this. I've said my peace. If you want to
work for RHI, good, than go for it! I wish you the
best, truly I do. If things don't work out for you,
don't say we didn't warn you.
I, for one, believe there is a connection between
the way a company treats its employees and the
eventual financial performance of the company. Obviously
RHI agrees. Last year, every employee was given a
confidential survey to complete. There must have been some
dissatifaction in the ranks because there have been some pretty
significant changes made in management tone, compensation
plans and employee benefits. There are even more
changes coming, from what I've heard.
RHI hit a bad
patch the last couple years and managed to post decent
results only because of the momentum of past performance.
Thankfully, I see many of the "worst seed" managers leaving.
Thankfully, some of the people who left, like those who post
on this board, caused enough noise to make the
Free speech lives!