ch explores joblessness in modern Britain.
Larry Lamb, Diarmuid Gavin, Emma Parker Bowles and Meg Matthews have been stripped of all their money, clothes and personal possessions, and are experiencing what it's like to be out of work and out of money.
I watched this and it was very eye opening as the main point was Jobseekers Allowance.
It deems that if you are unemployed and claiming Jobseekers Allowance a monetary payment is given to help you seek work according to the programme not to support you as there is no other source of income available to the claimant.
Also i could not understand the view point of giving the monetary amount back to the government if you have obtained work that is over 16.5 hours per week , the reply from one of the famous people when told this was " i am not giving it back i have worked for it " this deems the point that all benefits would also be taken away from the claimant.
Very interesting stuff me thinks !
dress the way they do. So this thing sounded like something out of the 80's.
Dont dress like a model. A model what? Some of the clasiest dressers in the world of work dress like high fashion models. Better to have said, don't dress like you are on the way to the bar and don't want to change clothes. But then maybe i know a different kind of "model" than you do.
Better to have said, Don't dress like a frump. Now women understand frump and they don't like being frumpy. Tell a mature woman to dress her age and you just pissed off half the women in America because you mentioned two things that women get insulted about fast. Age and being told how to dress. Do you have a death wish?
Most women in the workplace spend a lot of money on their clothes, they dress depending on their mood a lot of times and they like compliments like, "You look very nice today". Unless of course they are red eyed femminists who get pissed off if a male co worker does't drop his eyes and take two steps back before he says , "Good Morning".
Oh and by the way, as a writer you might want to take a look at that one sentence where your grammar went off the rails a bit. I think it is "had seen" and not "had saw".
Now as to equality, i hope to heaven men and women are never treated as total equals. I can not imagine wanting to sit around, scratch my nether region and tell sports stories. Albeit i can empathize with the guys when they starting bitching about their last property settlement. Go figure, maybe it was the way i dressed.
In line with that i might suggest that you focus writing sports anaolgies unless of course you think all women should dress alike in little uniforms, with sensible shoes and white little blouses.
If this old gal dressed her age i would be wearing support hose and a mumu. So thanks for the advice but i think i will stay on the model track. My four to five inch heels will make a grown man cry and the animal print causes barking at the moon.
Now all you guys go find some Kaki's and blue shirts. Buy five of each so you don't have to make a decision, nobody will know how old you are and the dress code thinks you are part of the janitorial crew.
h the hiring committee. It went well, now we do references and she takes an assessment test and two weeks from now she meets some other key people in the organization. No firm offer yet but moving forward at he speed of frozen molassas. It is however moving. If both of us don't die of old age and the CEO doesn't leave...Virgina there really may be a Santa Claus.
There are as Amy says many misguided thoughts afoot in the world of recruiting but the name of the game is to keep on keeping on. Stay with those hiring managers, laugh about it with them, keep those candidates warm and in play. It's not a Sunday school picnic out there for anybody right now. The country is facing a time when patience and harder work will perhaps be needed to keep the ship moving and afloat. We would all like to run and scream at least once a day, just don't let your clients and hiring managers know it. Bless their hearts, some of them may sew their own clothes.…