Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Todays Crap

Some latest information. Apparently I am applying for TOO many jobs. I should be applying for one or two and spending all my time on those 2.  I should be applying for paper applications and not just sending out cv's from legitimate companies.  If i keep going on i will be sanctioned  and maybe put on the community action scheme.  All for applying for jobs.

And to add insult to injury, i was threatened with a sanction or community work programs. If i didnt stop applying for so many, i should be like a sharp shooter, rather than applying for anything i can do. I send about 3 to 6 emails cv's a week. i do some on line applications. I apply for too many, but a4e are contracted for you to do 3 job applications a week. So what are you to do.. The cynic in me says they are doing on purpose to kick people off..

Friday, 14 October 2011

once again hey

once again they said you should only apply for full time.jobs over 3months. applied so they said to go. once you ssshown that you did 3. its a joke.  all the same people.  applying for the same job.  i apply.for jobs i know.i.wont get because there isn any others. and once again no training

Friday, 7 October 2011


wwelll someone there used the p word privatised the job search section.


apparently. you are told in a4e to not yes NOT apply for and job thats under 6 months duration.....as it isnt worth it .   this is very odd

Sunday, 2 October 2011


Young women aged between 22 and 29 are now being paid more on average per hour than their male counterparts.
Mary Curnock Cook, chief executive of the Universities and Colleges Admission Service, said the effect could be a result of higher numbers of better qualified women coming into the work place. 
She believes it could mean a role reversal, with more women going out to work while their partners stay at home, to take advantage of their higher earning potential.

In its official advice to the Government on this year’s pay rates, the commission raised concerns about younger workers, the first such warning since the introduction of the legal minimum rate in 1999.
"Recent research has found evidence that in difficult economic circumstances the level of the minimum wage may have had an impact on the employment of young people," the commission told ministers.
Mr Butcher said some youth unemployment was caused by the economic slowdown hurting businesses, while some of it was specifically due to a "minimum wage effect".