Thread regarding Fannie Mae layoffs

Fannie Mae is not good for contractors

I joined Fannie Mae as a contractor... Well, it did not take me long to figure out that there is a caste system in play, the employee is elevated and the contractor is put down.

Contractors have their own seating zones, they have smaller desks, it's worse work conditions too...

No team building for contractors too, it's all milk and honey for FM employees, everyone else id disposable...

Anyhow, no layoffs but for contractors, they will let you go for a number of reasons - and it's easy for them. Full time employees are protected.

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It's has more to do with the manager you work for rather than company policy. I was a contractor for more than ten years. The point was true in all the teams I was on.

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There are legal reasons for the way things are with contractors. I was a contractor for 1 year. Worked hard, nose down, stayed in my lane. I been with co. for 8 years now.

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