- Sep 21, 2001
Support Analyst for product/development operations in Bellevue, WA. Mid-level, 2+ years experience. Classic support work for clients: triage, escalation, occasional product demo.
Any substantive change in your employment relation (like a demotion), or having your hours slashed, or your contract 'running out' are all unemployment.If your contract runs out and they cant afford to extend you, does that count as firing or quitting?
I honestly don't know but the unemployment office thinks it counts as quitting.
Umm, OK, that was nice info but not at all helpful.
I had a six month contract at Tektronix. I worked it. No complains from them, or me.
They could not afford to extend my contract and were sad to let me go.
Was I fired?
Or did I quit?
I dont think its either one but nobody in a position of authority can seem to agree with me.
Damn, sounds right up my alley (and I am freshly laid off), but can't just pack up and move at this point in my life. Haven't even owned my home for 12 months yet and just got a doggo.I need to hire a HelpDesk Tech for our HQ in Denver. typical normal helpdesk stuff with a bit of sys admin here and there. this is a mulitnational company with north american HQ in Denver and main HQ Europe. I would like to find somebody with a little experience in ESX, IBM global support, imaging laptops, AD stuff like Group Policies, DHCP, DNS, and Office365. if interested PM me.
Bummer. let me know if you want the job posting on Indeed. DENVER is A hot II market. Some are saying it's a negative unemployment for IT.Damn, sounds right up my alley (and I am freshly laid off), but can't just pack up and move at this point in my life. Haven't even owned my home for 12 months yet and just got a doggo.
This unemployed thing sucks, haven't even gotten any bites yet for where I've applied.
Yeah awhile back I had been wanting to get out to Denver real bad. I'd still like to, but I think it might be best if I do that while I'm already actively employed and can make it make without any pain.Bummer. let me know if you want the job posting on Indeed. DENVER is A hot II market. Some are saying it's a negative unemployment for IT.