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#Employment Tribunal fees deter four out of five employees pursuing claims (#UK #Welfare #Politics)

Since the introduction of employment tribunal fees in July 2013, Citizens Advice report that four out of five employees who would otherwise have taken their employer to a tribunal are put off by the cost. 949 more words

Government & Politics

The reality of zero hours contracts

Reposted from TUC website

#DecentJobsWeek: I love being a home care worker, but I hate the insecurity

17 Dec 2014, by Helen in Working Life… 721 more words

HMRC

Ethics, or pansexuality? Both?

There have been some confusions I have had with my orientation since coming out as pansexual. Wait, did I say some? I meant every freaking confusion… I mean, there is a play on words with my blogs title for a reason. 1,118 more words

Dating

Day Nine Hundred and Thirty of Unemployment-Fifty and Unemployed

Early Morning

I slept pretty well considering the cleanse last night. It said that I was supposed to be finished by 10 PM last night but I was still going as late as this morning. 632 more words

Day Nine Hundred and Thirty One of Unemployment-Fifty and Unemployed

Early Morning Run to UBC

Although I had a late night, I managed to get up early this morning. I had hoped to go back to my usual schedule and run to UBC. 461 more words

Keep Your Head Up aka Motion Creates Emotion

Add I’ve mentioned before,  I’m currently unemployed.  Got laid off in August and I’ve been interviewing but nothing has been closed on yet.

Recently I’d gotten closer than I have been in this job search phase: had two phone interviews,  then called in to meet with five people, one at a time with a lunch in between. 215 more words

Unemployed

GOOD KING TOFF HE LOOKED OUT

Good King Toff he looked out
On the feast of Stephen
When the snow lay round about
Deep and crisp and even
Brightly shone the moon that night… 182 more words