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lol, semi
Joking aside, even semi-regular redundancies can't be a good sign.
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 12:59, archived)
Yeah, it happens once or twice a year
Cost cutting exercises, they call it. They refer to the people being cut as 'surplus', which is nice. Considering they benefitted hugely from the recent tax cut, you'd think they'd be a bit happier. Money grabbing cunts.
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:01, archived)
when my brother ran his first business (which went down the pan) he had to make people redundant
he was physically sick most nights before doing it
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:06, archived)
I always enjoyed sacking people

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:08, archived)
it's called teabagging these days gramps

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:23, archived)
Sounds like he cares too much to be a manager, you need distance

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:17, archived)
he needed money and fast
that also didn't help
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:23, archived)
Make plans then get the fuck out of there, sounds horrendous

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:10, archived)
it's the modern business world
either regular layoffs to show the shareholders you care about keeping costs low, or hiring the majority of your workforce through agencies and junk contracts so that they don't show up on the payroll. Share price has killed off any concept of company loyalty to its employees.
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:18, archived)
They pay me really well, and I get to work from home

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:21, archived)
all of your jenkem profits are tax free

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:26, archived)
Yeah, but the volume just isn't high enough to make it a full time thing

(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:28, archived)
Two Hats,
yesterday .
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:28, archived)
Accurate
Except I don't own a stick
(, Thu 8 Feb 2018, 13:29, archived)