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stemlfc

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Now i'm no expert on employment but i smell something rotten.
I tried to hand in a CV at a local Sainsburys outlet last week but they gave me an application form to fill out etc.
Apparently they are desperate for staff, but word around the playground is that they have just laid-off a lot of workers.
Now when they say 'LAID-OFF', Does this mean the asked them kindly to find somewhere else to work as they smell? Or is it because they laid them off as unwanted employees.
Something doesn't add up, if they are so desperate as they say, why did they lay so many off?

Thought this was the best place for this kinda subject... [;)]
 

HarryOatcake

02/02/04 -24/12/17
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Sometimes Stem,

Managements in there great wealth
of wisdom decide on this the course of action
based on the fact that they will save money
by reducing manning levels,
but unforseen circumstances arise that they had not
predicted,
hence on occaision one almighty dropped Boll*ck.

Vacancies, available urgent.
[:eek:)] [:eek:)] [:eek:)] [:D] [:D]

Good Luck in your quest.

Harry.
 
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midge99

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It happens in all jobs they lay staff of in a quiet period, then have to get that work force back as the work ncreases.
 

D Wallace

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They lay people of or break their contract to stop employee's from claiming redundancy's. Some company's even set them back on at a later date saying the work load has improved. Happend to a mate of mine twice in a period of four year's. Your never there long enough to claim redundancy.
 
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