For those of you with Staff Agency experience you understand the duplicity involved. There seems to be a lot of multiple charges for each oil spill worker, the head count, man count, seems to be very important. Why are the contractors subbing out to sub contractors and each charging for the same group within their assigned(hired) oil spill workers? Shouldn’t one contractor charge as appose to multiples for the same people? It seems the oil spill worker walks away with the least compensation. Is it administrative, the food, the hotels? Hotels were being provided if you were out of town. There is two meals provided to the workers everyday( breakfast and lunch) and fresh fruit. ( Well it depends on your shift and the meals may be different) Who pays for the food and beverage vendors? There is also plenty of water and powerade provided as well. There is trash and a lot of plastic bottles that are discarded as a result, I hope the plastic is being recycled!
Who and where is the allocation for the bids on the contracts of the Gulf Coast? The Gulf Coast is being sold off in sections for the clean up, each contractor gets a region or section on the shoreline, I’m not sure how it works in the water, however, I’m sure it is the same.
I simply want transparency, it always seems in Emergency Disaster times corruption peaks its ugly head!
If you are a worker, concerned citizen, who ever, I would love to hear from you!