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08-12-2018, 21:59   #481
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Originally Posted by nox001 View Post
Except public sector works do get made redundant, I was and I know plenty more who were also and not even in the recession in many cases. You are just shoveling nonsense in every single post.

What an idiotic comment, what does it even mean. You don’t consider a teacher is working unless they are in a class room or in the school building.

Good job you aren’t in charge anywhere (private or public sector) or working from home would be considered a day off
And in your case, he would be right.

You have boasted on here before about "working from home" while at a wedding, nursing a raging hangover or extending Holidays at Christmas.

If he was in charge, he'd get more out of the likes of slackers like you portray.
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08-12-2018, 22:20   #482
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Originally Posted by 1st dalkey dalkey View Post
"Sector Q Human health and social work = 36,313

The notion that all PS workers are on the gravy train is base stupid. It is just a handy 'divide and conquer' mechanism.
All low paid workers, public and private, need to stick together and force government action on housing.
You forgot to add that "everyone " knows that we don't do any work and just sit around drinking tea all-day!
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