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Offline Jimburst

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8800 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 12:56:37 pm »
:lol: f***ing hell. You don't work with @James do you?
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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8801 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:00:09 pm »
He should report it for sure. You probably should now you know about it. Always look after number one at work, if they found out you knew later down the line it will not look good on you - certainly in a corporate machine. When you say small, how small?


:thup:

I think that's how his colleague got into this mess mind...
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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8802 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:01:50 pm »
:lol:
Bearings Straight!

Offline TBG

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8803 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:16:24 pm »
Three hours :lol:

Is he watching it for the plot

Offline Doctor Zaius

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« Reply #8804 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:21:47 pm »
Jesus imagine getting sacked for that. :lol:

Offline Twinport53

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« Reply #8805 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:25:53 pm »
Apparently after checking the rotas it’s appears he sent a junior member of staff home early one night and then proceeded to watch porn for the rest of his shift and even stayed a further 20 minutes after we closed :lol:

Hatem Ben Arfa -
I don't think he would have won us any more points than any of our current players.

After 9 losses and 1 draw in 10 matches under John Carver.

Offline Twinport53

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« Reply #8806 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:26:30 pm »
His partner is going to be distraught.
Hatem Ben Arfa -
I don't think he would have won us any more points than any of our current players.

After 9 losses and 1 draw in 10 matches under John Carver.

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8807 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:26:32 pm »
Jesus imagine getting sacked for that. :lol:

Can't see him taking that one to tribunal.

Offline Varadi

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« Reply #8808 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 01:36:23 pm »
How did you find out? Did he not go incognito? :lol:

Here speaketh a worried man.

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Offline Disco

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8809 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 02:05:09 pm »
Apparently after checking the rotas it’s appears he sent a junior member of staff home early one night and then proceeded to watch porn for the rest of his shift and even stayed a further 20 minutes after we closed :lol:



Good commitment to the cause tbf to him.

Must've been waiting to see how it ended for that one, cliffhanger.

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8810 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 03:16:30 pm »
You cannot be a grass like. I’d tell him to buy a new mouse and keyboard though.

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« Reply #8811 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 03:32:57 pm »
You cannot be a grass like.

You definitely can  :lol:


Offline Twinport53

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« Reply #8812 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 03:36:35 pm »
You cannot be a grass like. I’d tell him to buy a new mouse and keyboard though.

I initially thought this aswell. But he’s potentially been paid several thousand pound over 6 months to beat his meat.
Hatem Ben Arfa -
I don't think he would have won us any more points than any of our current players.

After 9 losses and 1 draw in 10 matches under John Carver.

Offline HTT

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8813 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 04:20:16 pm »
Congrats amigo Neesy, sounds very exciting.
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« Reply #8814 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 04:21:42 pm »
Being sort of serious here but it could turn out worse for everyone. I know f*** all about the company, but it seems like you’s can have it alright if someone can literally sit there wanking for 3 hours a shift :lol:

I wouldn’t rock the boat, but my attitude towards work is absolutely abysmal.

Offline Mike

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8815 on: Monday 28 January 2019, 09:31:39 pm »

Offline Twinport53

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« Reply #8816 on: Wednesday 13 February 2019, 11:54:27 pm »
Being sort of serious here but it could turn out worse for everyone. I know f*** all about the company, but it seems like you’s can have it alright if someone can literally sit there wanking for 3 hours a shift :lol:

I wouldn’t rock the boat, but my attitude towards work is absolutely abysmal.

The boat is rocked. Said w***** is gone.
Hatem Ben Arfa -
I don't think he would have won us any more points than any of our current players.

After 9 losses and 1 draw in 10 matches under John Carver.

Offline TheGuv

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8817 on: Thursday 14 February 2019, 02:03:08 pm »
Basically, I'm a trained Physiotherapist and Secondary school PE teacher. And I need a job in ANYTHING!

Unfortunately, I trained in physio too long ago to go back to that and there are seemingly no PE teaching jobs out there. Supply teaching isn't really an option as it just isn't stable enough for me.

My current role is fixed term and I'll not have a job in July. It's pretty clear to me that teaching isn't going to take me anywhere long term as it is almost impossible to get a permanent job.

This sounds ridiculous, but how do I go about getting a job in an area I've never worked? I've only ever really known University, then going into teaching. Is ringing up a recruitment company the best way to go? I feel I have plenty of transferrable skills from the public sector that would bode well in many jobs. But where do I go from here?!?!?!

Any thoughts?

Cheers

Offline Jimburst

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8818 on: Thursday 14 February 2019, 02:35:39 pm »
How old are you? Perhaps a grad scheme might be good.
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Offline alijmitchell

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« Reply #8819 on: Thursday 14 February 2019, 02:40:07 pm »
Basically, I'm a trained Physiotherapist and Secondary school PE teacher. And I need a job in ANYTHING!

Unfortunately, I trained in physio too long ago to go back to that and there are seemingly no PE teaching jobs out there. Supply teaching isn't really an option as it just isn't stable enough for me.

My current role is fixed term and I'll not have a job in July. It's pretty clear to me that teaching isn't going to take me anywhere long term as it is almost impossible to get a permanent job.

This sounds ridiculous, but how do I go about getting a job in an area I've never worked? I've only ever really known University, then going into teaching. Is ringing up a recruitment company the best way to go? I feel I have plenty of transferrable skills from the public sector that would bode well in many jobs. But where do I go from here?!?!?!

Any thoughts?

Cheers


Also, have you thought about work in the third sector? Goodmoves has a lot of jobs that would suit someone with a lot of transferable skills.

Offline Minhosa

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8820 on: Thursday 14 February 2019, 04:05:14 pm »
Basically, I'm a trained Physiotherapist and Secondary school PE teacher. And I need a job in ANYTHING!

Unfortunately, I trained in physio too long ago to go back to that and there are seemingly no PE teaching jobs out there. Supply teaching isn't really an option as it just isn't stable enough for me.

My current role is fixed term and I'll not have a job in July. It's pretty clear to me that teaching isn't going to take me anywhere long term as it is almost impossible to get a permanent job.

This sounds ridiculous, but how do I go about getting a job in an area I've never worked? I've only ever really known University, then going into teaching. Is ringing up a recruitment company the best way to go? I feel I have plenty of transferrable skills from the public sector that would bode well in many jobs. But where do I go from here?!?!?!

Any thoughts?

Cheers


Would you relocate? There's loads of jobs in teaching in the South/South East.

Offline madras

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8821 on: Friday 15 February 2019, 05:07:36 pm »
Basically, I'm a trained Physiotherapist and Secondary school PE teacher. And I need a job in ANYTHING!

Unfortunately, I trained in physio too long ago to go back to that and there are seemingly no PE teaching jobs out there. Supply teaching isn't really an option as it just isn't stable enough for me.

My current role is fixed term and I'll not have a job in July. It's pretty clear to me that teaching isn't going to take me anywhere long term as it is almost impossible to get a permanent job.

This sounds ridiculous, but how do I go about getting a job in an area I've never worked? I've only ever really known University, then going into teaching. Is ringing up a recruitment company the best way to go? I feel I have plenty of transferrable skills from the public sector that would bode well in many jobs. But where do I go from here?!?!?!

Any thoughts?

Cheers


Would you relocate? There's loads of jobs in teaching in the South/South East.
Is that for a reason though?
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Offline Minhosa

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Re: The Job Thread
« Reply #8822 on: Friday 15 February 2019, 08:49:58 pm »
Basically, I'm a trained Physiotherapist and Secondary school PE teacher. And I need a job in ANYTHING!

Unfortunately, I trained in physio too long ago to go back to that and there are seemingly no PE teaching jobs out there. Supply teaching isn't really an option as it just isn't stable enough for me.

My current role is fixed term and I'll not have a job in July. It's pretty clear to me that teaching isn't going to take me anywhere long term as it is almost impossible to get a permanent job.

This sounds ridiculous, but how do I go about getting a job in an area I've never worked? I've only ever really known University, then going into teaching. Is ringing up a recruitment company the best way to go? I feel I have plenty of transferrable skills from the public sector that would bode well in many jobs. But where do I go from here?!?!?!

Any thoughts?

Cheers


Would you relocate? There's loads of jobs in teaching in the South/South East.
Is that for a reason though?

Not sure mate - it's not my world, I just see lots of opportunities.

At a guess, cost of living may impact churn in London/SE compared to other regions perhaps but then equally you could probably rise to the top quicker in the south due to greater vacancies at senior level being available.

I do know a couple of young headmasters in London and I'd guess they'd probably have waited much longer for that progession if they lived/worked in the NE as an example.

Offline Matt

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« Reply #8823 on: Friday 15 February 2019, 09:15:56 pm »
Yeah, a lot of churn in teaching around the SE because you can earn more in a nothing office job while just doing 9 to 5 and not dealing with nearly as much BS. I know a few who jacked in because it just wasn't worth it.