DISYS LLC Worcester Massachusetts

Complaint: Jobseekers, beware of dealing with DISYS LLC. of McLean, VA. Their outrageous lack of business ethics needs to be shared, so that others are aware and don’t succumb to their horrendous and unconscionable practices. They are dishonorable in every aspect. First, in my own recent experience, after several interviews with a large client, and the client’s verbal offer, Disys furnished to me a formal offer in writing to perform contract engineering work for this well-known public company in East Boston. Disys then stipulated a drug screening, a 3rd party extensive background check, a credit check, a proof of education check (including a request for transcripts), a MA DCJIS CORI database check and a TB ppd-test update screening for the client. All of these I completed with alacrity over the holidays. DISYS then rescinded the written offer because the contract rate was too high (some $40/hr. too high) for the client. In other words, DISYS did not exercise the minimal commensurate due care in approving the rate with the client, yet they authored and extended a formal offer at the higher rate, regardless. They then subjected me to a intense screening ritual which involved quite a bit of my time and actual expenses that DISYS never reimbursed. If that doesn’t border on fraudulent practice or just simple lying, I’m not sure what does. For almost 2 weeks, before rescinding the offer (not in writing with any reasonable explanation, but reluctantly, over several phone calls), DISYS sent reminders hourly to electronically sign the offer along with a 26-page employment agreement. In other words , again, when they believed the offer to be greenlighted and sound, they induced me to believe them and the same, meanwhile they couldnu2019t remind, pressure or urge enough for me to hurry up and sign the agreement (initially demanding a 24 hour deadline), and yet when the client had issues with the rate in the end and – unbeknownst to me at the time- had pulled the offer, my calls to DISYS about the start date they had promised went unreturned. But what will perhaps be most alarming for others is specifically the agreements. Disys’s multi-page employment offers include nasty arbitration, confidentiality and non-compete agreements with very onerous terms that you’re required to sign as one entity within a day. They’ll require any arbitration to take place in McLean, VA., and they are absolutely non-negotiable on this provision. I personally tried to negotiate this specific provision, as a trusted advisor suggested that it is eminently fair to request, since you’re being compelled to potential arbitration, and that you not have the additional insulting and burdensome duty of having to take an expensive and possibly stressful business trip out-of-state to participate in a potentially tilted and hostile legal proceeding. Disys wouldn’t negotiate it. I am always amazed at how companies like Disys have seemingly no limit to their demands of you to perform upfront and unpaid (screenings, vaccination update, background check, past paystub copies, requiring you to find a bank and travel in person to authenticate an I-9 form, etc.), yet they will become the most reprehensible, lay-down, intransigent, unreciprocal slug when you make entirely reasonable requests of them. As another example, although the recruiter promised a reimbursement of the $64, paid-out-of-pocket, TB screening, Disys refused to reimburse it at my personal request. As if the arbitration provision is not bad enough- being compelled to relinquish your statutory and constitutional rights as a US citizen to pursue a legitimate work-related dispute in courts of competent jurisdiction but instead consent to subject the same to the very questionably objective forum of arbitration (which most lawyers will generally tell you, typically favor the stronger party, the employer) – Disys’s forced agreement includes other gems. The terms include you irrevocably granting them the power of attorney-in-fact to perform your signature, in absentia, on any related legal documents with the same legal bearing as you signing in person. Disys’s non-compete agreement states that you will not perform the same services (essentially, what you do in your career) within a 50 mile radius of a client in their territory for up to 1 year after you terminate employment with them. What happens if Disys has clients in consecutive territories in a state like Massachusetts? Canu2019t work in your home state? Canu2019t work in New England or your region of the country without pain of showing up in McLean, VA for arguing through arbitration your right to feed yourself or your family? In the same tenor, Disys further declares that you shall not perform services for up to 1 year after termination for anyone with whom you had “material contact”” in the course of client business. What are the reasonable limits on that? So you’re barred from pursuing any lead or business relationship that may develop as a result of youu2019re talking with someone in the course of your job?? Finally

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Address: and along with the power-of-attorney

Website: their name is DISYS LLC. of McLean

Phone: I cannot recall ever seeing anything quite like this

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