Freeman built hired me to work as an employee. I worked over 55 hours in a week the first week they shorted me, telling me they didn’t agree to the hourly amount in the interview. The second week they still hadn’t paid me and I kept complaining. By the third week the owner had fired me, telling me “after the job was complete” I didn’t do a good job. On Tuesday he said my check would be direct depotited to spite the fact he should have given it to me upon dismissal. On Friday I had no money, I called and they said a check was mailed. On Monday no check had arrived. I chased my check for 3 week when the owner called and said he things are missing on the job site and he thinks it could have been me so I wouldn’t be getting a check. I said, if it was over $500 you should have a police report (he was claiming $2,000) Amazingly enough my immediate supervisor had no idea that anything was missing. He never heard about this and no one ever supplied me with a police report. The man stole my pay, told the Colorado Employment Dept. I had stolen from him so I have no hope of getting my money. You see Colorado doesn’t protect it’s workers. Instead of gathering information they just asked a liar and let the case go. In my opinion, I would not work for this company, I would not subcontract, be an employee even if I were starving. They will cheat you. And we know 4 other people who he as done this to. Sadly enough I am sure many other people will fall prey to this dishonest horrible company.
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