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Machine vision firm Cognex cuts 85 jobs

5/5/2009 00:00 AM EDT
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re: Machine vision firm Cognex cuts 85 jobs
cognex_is_run_by_criminals   5/26/2009 6:04:20 AM
These people -shilman, silver and moed in particular are an outrage to decency. They have lured many workers from other companies with promises and contracts that they never intended to honor. i even saw summary firings of poeple who had small famillies and had sold their home, move 100s of miles to work there just end up being fired on a pretext. These "people" must litteraly hire lawyers and ask them "what's the most ourtrageous things i can do to a man and his familly?" The joke on them because they are now left with the same inept people who have steered this company into the toilet. They have nothing, they will do nothing. I would strongly urge any good engineer who takes pride in his profession to steer clear. remember you read this: they have no intention in honoring any agreement they make. Shilman- I swear to god that the rest of your life will not be what you expected.

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