Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Tell Your Story.



We have created this space with the intention of letting Viacom 'freelancers' tell their stories. Got kids who now have crappy coverage thanks to Viacom? Tell us about it. Post a photo. Got a condition that requires constant care or a prescription? Write about it. Post a photo. Got a nightmare story about dealing with HR? We want to hear. Got some good (public) info on the financials of the company (executive compensation, earnings, etc.) BY ALL MEANS, share it! News stories on Viacom's scam or the walkouts? Link it.

We want to hear EVERYONES story.
SPEAK UP FOR YOURSELF - BE HEARD.

All emails will be posted by the moderators (who are in the same boat as you) - so send us your story, let Viacom see the faces of this company, hear the stories of the very people they are denying the compensation they signed up for.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

RAD. Good work.

permanlancerWTF said...

Rock the fuck on. GIVE US WHAT WE WANT!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

check this out:
http://www.teamjaded.com/2007/12/vaicommies-permalancers-and-healthcare.html

Anonymous said...

I don't think that went through...
But it's on Team Jaded's blog...you can check it here also:
http://tinyurl.com/ype8ch

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