ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION – Katie Turner usually feels like part of the team at the big consulting firm where she’s worked more than two years. Until she doesn’t.
She goes to the office every day, logging 35 hours a week alongside regular, full-time employees in her division.
But her check comes from the staffing agency that placed her in the job. She doesn’t get paid for sick days or vacation. She’s been told she can’t travel with co-workers for training. The otherness really hit home when she didn’t get invited to the company holiday party. Read more.