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Hays Workers Train Their Replacements As Company Offshores Work

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How nice, who issued the visas?

http://www.fmwf.com/media-type/news/2010/09/hays-workers-train-their-replacements-as-company-offshores-work/

Hays workers train their replacements as company offshores work

Posted by Sarah Bridge on Monday, September 20th, 2010 at 12:19 pm.

Recruitment giant Hays has laid off more than 100 staff and given their jobs to workers in India who they recently helped to train.

Hays workers train their replacements as company offshores work

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Recruitment giant Hays has laid off more than 100 staff and given their jobs to workers in India who they recently helped to train.

The disclosure comes just weeks after tea-maker Twinings sparked outrage when it emerged that 263 sacked workers at its factory on Tyneside were being asked to train their Polish replacements.

In an apparently cynical move from a company whose business is helping others to recruit staff, its own employees at Hays House in New Malden, south-west London, were asked to help induct visiting workers from India in office functions such as payroll and credit control.

It was only later that the staff were told that many of them were being made redundant and their jobs would be done instead by the very people they had helped to train.

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I remember life before free-for-all trade. It was pretty good.

We need to get back to that and vote out all the free-for-all trade bums.

Left or right, the current ones all seem to vote the same way when it comes to letting the big nameless corporations strip the Western workers of their livelihood.

And shame on the Western workers for buying all that slave labour junk at the malls. You thought it was OK for your neighbour to lose his job but all you ended up doing was seal your own fate.

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I remember life before free-for-all trade. It was pretty good.

We need to get back to that and vote out all the free-for-all trade bums.

Left or right, the current ones all seem to vote the same way when it comes to letting the big nameless corporations strip the Western workers of their livelihood.

And shame on the Western workers for buying all that slave labour junk at the malls. You thought it was OK for your neighbour to lose his job but all you ended up doing was seal your own fate.

Its sort of strange.. like 99% of Brits voted for parties that are openly and enthusiastically supporting free traitorism. Yet most people you talk to think it is a bad idea.

At some point Brits have to accept responsibility that when they vote for a party whichever party, that is pro-carbon taxes, pro-mass immigration, pro-free trade, pro-nanny state.. they get a government that is pro-all those things.

For the workers at Hays, how many of them voted for one of the 3 mainstream parties which are very pro-free trade?

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I found that most dont care if the payoff is good and they can walk into another job.

But otherwise its like being made to dig your own grave and then being shot...

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There is no small amount of irony that the recruitment consultants themselves are going to be offshore! :lol:

Any chance that these new offshore guys might be more likely to favour their own nationality, etc... ? :ph34r:

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