Wednesday, January 15, 2020

New KCI Remains Stalled For Winter Whilst Corporate Propaganda Abounds

There's talk about art and inclusion but anybody who has bothered to visit the site can merely witness a hard-to-navigate maze and very little in the way of progress. Here's their side of the story:

Edgemoor selects first class for Build KCI apprenticeship program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Edgemoor is set to hire the first 15 trainees for its new apprenticeship program at Kansas City International Airport. On Wednesday, the group will be notified. Once the candidates pass a drug screen, they will begin a three-week training on Jan. 20.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who here thinks these are free classes? Edgemoore isn’t losing money for this shit, the taxpayers are paying for it and if you think we aren’t I have a bridge to nowhere for sell

Anonymous said...

^^ Not to worry. None of them will pass the drug test anyway.

Anonymous said...

Dumpster fire.

Anonymous said...

Private enterprise loves a good government contract. Underbid, legalese yourself into a contract which guarantees payment of your cost overruns, and smile.

Anonymous said...

Just don't give them any real tools, kay?