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Action Plan To Aid Swansea Public Sector Staff Hit By Jobs Threat

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The job cuts I mean...

http://www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/news/Action-plan-aid-public-sector-staff-hit-jobs-threat/article-2991542-detail/article.html

PLANS are being drawn up to help thousands of public sector workers who could lose their jobs because of budget cut-backs.

They will focus on support to help people identify and seize new career opportunities.

Business and Budget Minister Jane Hutt is behind the plans.

She said: "The Assembly Government, through the Efficiency and Innovation Board, is working with public sector employers and social partners in response to the recession.

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Sounds like they are creating jobs. Counsellors for people who 'fear' losing their jobs.

As long as they are still spending loads of money they haven't got and racking up loads more unpayable debt, then I, for one, am over the moon. The last thing we need now is fiscal responsibility, as there is a tiny, tiny chance, even at this late stage, that such a move could mess things up. This debt bomb has got to blow and blow big :ph34r:

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