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« Reply #37545 on: Saturday, January 21, 2023, 17:21:31 »

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It's what you get it you have a free market economic solution for something that's a natural monopoly. We could have a really complete 5g mobile network, but instead we've got four different networks,  none of which  cover rural areas well whilst urban areas have  masts everywhere because O2, Vodaphone, Three and EE each have their own.

Have you seen the blue barriers they're everywhere!
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« Reply #37546 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 14:17:45 »

WTF would you need to have a password to visit a hospital room?  Huh?

RIP young man.

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« Reply #37547 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 21:10:05 »

Left my job I had been in for 13 years after being headhunted* by a business contact for a new role.

Today, after returning after a week off with covid I was told I was no longer needed, just before my 3 months probation was up.

Cunts.


* I hate this term with a passion but can't be arsed to explain.

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« Reply #37548 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 21:12:52 »

Left my job I had been in for 13 years after being headhunted* by a business contact for a new role.

Today, after returning after a week off with covid I was told I was no longer needed, just before my 3 months probation was up.

Cunts.


* I hate this term with a passion but can't be arsed to explain.

Anybody need an accountant let me know

That is fucking deplorable. I feel for you mate.
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« Reply #37549 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 21:17:38 »

That’s terrible. The way employers are allowed to treat employees in this country is terrible . Worth remembering when complaining about unions etc. Workers have to stand up for their rights or we’re all fucked.
Best of luck finding another job.
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« Reply #37550 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 21:37:04 »

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Left my job I had been in for 13 years after being headhunted* by a business contact for a new role.

Today, after returning after a week off with covid I was told I was no longer needed, just before my 3 months probation was up.

Cunts.


* I hate this term with a passion but can't be arsed to explain.

Anybody need an accountant let me know


fucking wankers
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« Reply #37551 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 22:32:46 »

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« Reply #37552 on: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 22:41:44 »

That’s terrible. The way employers are allowed to treat employees in this country is terrible . Worth remembering when complaining about unions etc. Workers have to stand up for their rights or we’re all fucked.
Best of luck finding another job.

On the flip side there are employees who work the system the other way. Where I work the owners have had this recently. So while two wrongs don’t make a right there are shysters on both sides of the coin. It could be argued that the more ‘rights’s’ employees have the more creative employers need to be to manage them ergo the more tax laws a government introduce the more creative accountants become to avoid extra taxation.

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« Reply #37553 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 11:15:56 »

If you honestly think the majority of employers would enshrine employee rights unless they were legally bound............good luck to you!
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« Reply #37554 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 13:41:01 »

If you honestly think the majority of employers would enshrine employee rights unless they were legally bound............good luck to you!
is that aimed at me to reply too?
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« Reply #37555 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 14:23:55 »

Oh God, here we go again.....
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« Reply #37556 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 14:27:05 »

Oh God, here we go again.....

Don’t be so dramatic or presumptuous.
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« Reply #37557 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 16:43:20 »

is that aimed at me to reply too?
‘‘Twas the generic use of the pronoun….but should you choose to take it personally….
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« Reply #37558 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 19:10:27 »

‘‘Twas the generic use of the pronoun….but should you choose to take it personally….

Nope, not taken it personally, why would I?, just wondered whether it was rhetorical or not and depending on which what my answer was going to be.
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« Reply #37559 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023, 20:04:42 »

Having to log in again so I can participate in the prediction league!
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