Last week, sandwich company Greencore hit the headlines by flying executives to Hungary on a mission to recruit staff for their new factory in Northampton claiming that they were unable to fill vacancies locally, even though there are 7,800 jobless in the town. 1,076 more words
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In my case, usually egg mayonnaise. Or bacon and brown sauce.
The Daily Mail devoted its front page on Monday 10th November to their sweeping assumption that there was nobody left in Britain who could make a sandwich. 63 more words
Sandwich makers ? It's sandwich ARTISTS ,if you please (pretentious twats !) http://www.job-applications.com/subway-sandwich-artist/
Reposted from the Metro
Still think that the tories making it more difficult for employees to take their employer to an employment tribunal is a good thing? 174 more words
Such a good thing that we no longer have things like trade unions upsetting the smooth running of business, isn't it ?
In his continued quest to place the majority of the British population into economic slavery, Cameron announced his intention to tighten welfare reforms which would force people to take low paid jobs. 590 more words
Workers are becoming economic slaves of the rich – and it’s getting worse. (#economy #politics #welfare)
In a poll published by The Independent on Sunday, Britons find their jobs more stressful, precarious and demanding than ever before.
The findings are indicative of a shift in work culture towards less for more for workers, and more for less for large companies and their wealthy shareholders. 1,504 more words