The market for help in squirreling your folks away in some dingy nursing home is alive and kicking. A Place For Mom is a Web-based resource that helps you find a place to plunk unwanted elders. But the company that raised $9.5 million from Battery Ventures earlier this year apparently cares less for its employees than it does for senior citizens. Former and current A Place For Mom employees have bombarded a Seattle Post-Intelligencer blog entry about the service with complaints of poor pay. You'd think they worked in, say, a nursing home.