As if getting $5 an hour isn’t low enough, these companies will skim another 20% off the top and “help” folks.These little scavenger companies are always fighting with each other and it adds even more complication into the mess of dealing with Arise. For those of you who don’t know this yet, I’ll have to do a separate Blog about the BBB.Arise encourages these out-of-work people to buy equipment, incorporate, get phone lines installed, etc.But after all of the money paid out and a few weeks (or months) of unpaid training, Arise tells many of them to go away.Our cousins who also graduated from Douglas had done the same. If I was lucky, I might be able to sneak away from where my class was standing and find some of my friends. And I remember jogging countless laps on the track next to the basketball courts during P. Yet I can picture what she went through so vividly, as if I lived through it. I would switch places with her in an instant if I could. Some of these questions are too hard to answer, or at least to really answer. But Parkland police are notorious for enforcing the speed limit, which is often only 30 MPH in our small town, so this wasn’t my first rodeo. Apparently, she’d never been with my parents when they’d gotten a speeding ticket before. She thought I was going to get arrested and she’d have to wait in the car for mom or dad to come and get her. He took my license and registration and assured my sister that he would not be taking me away. I don’t remember if I got a ticket or just a warning. I won’t mean it like I did on her first day of school when I really, truly, 100% believed she would love Douglas, and she would be safe and happy there. That bear usually took on the name of whatever kid was a troublemaker in her class that year.
And unfortunately is another one that’s gone corrupt like the BBB and allows companies to pay them to remove bad reports too.
The person looking for work is out over a thousand dollars in expenses, plus approximately 6 weeks of unpaid time that they donated to Arise for training, and they’re nowhere.