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following a brief discussion with @longtomsilver over on the Labour Manifesto thread, there seems to be some poor employment practices about. Namely expecting staff to work over and above for nothing and then when quiet sending staff home. There are also examples of people working in care not being paid for travel between sites. My pet hate at the moment is that my employer sends me traveling quite far distances but then will only pay for the first 100 miles. the last trip I was 30 quid down. Not an insignificant amount.
So, calling on the dosbods massive for excellent ways to get payback without being caught.
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A rant really but thought it might be worthy of a thread so we can measure how bad public transport is.
last week, my train into London was cancelled due to signalling problems at Bethnal Green (according to the station staff, the real reason is scroats nicking the wire overnight but that's another story). All travails cancelled and there is one every 15 minutes so you can imagine the chaos.
queuing for buses and managed to eventually get one to the nearest tube station.
put my whole day out. Late for the first meeting etc.
Now, the biggest annoyance is that my claim for compensation - the cost of the one way ticket (it can be claimed after a 30 minute delay) has been rejected. In a kafkaesque move, they have not even been specific as to why the claim was rejected.
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