Raising $15,000 for a retainer to hire a law firm to keep this story and our company, from getting buried by Big Corporate America. This is a potentially dangerous situation and we need help to help others and others could be millions.
Many of the Nuclear Plant leaders at South Texas Nuclear seem to be competent, engaged in their jobs and decent people. Yet the STP Corporate office decided to go into "cover-up" mode and "attack to bury us and the evidence," mode. They renewed the contract in writing for another year in November 2017 and gave us a date when payment would be made. Then in December after the contract auto-renewed, they turned around and terminated while not following contract requirements for termination. They owe us $320,000. While still owing us and not paying us per clear terms of the contract, they sued us for $92,000. As a small company, this will put us under.
Like all major companies they have expensive enterprise class Human Resource Information software systems. Over 6 months and in over 20 exports of their data to us for examination and incorporation into our "most industry awarded" workforce analytics systems, the data does not represent the headcount numbers they have been reporting to the owners and Commission. By system data, they have no idea how many employees they have on staff. One headcount data export shows they are paying far less employee than they are reporting as actual plant headcount. They literally use a 80 worksheet Excel spreadsheet to calculate data based on monthly calls to the 70 Cost center managers. This is 30 year old methodology. Maybe ok for a dairy farmer, but really scary for a Nuclear Plant Operator 60 miles from Houston and also close to Austin and San Antonio.
STP is using their huge financial clout to try and bury us, this data and their 30 year old Human Resource practices.
One of our old and best clients is Arizona Power Systems. have 6x more employees than STP and a major multi-unit Nuclear Power Plant. We have won an award for our work with Arizona Power.
We can't do this alone anymore. We need help. We need you and we need you to help build a team.
Thanks so much - Dan