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Sep 23 2015

Brits on Dole Deliberately Botch Job Interviews

Make the safety net hammock comfy enough, destigmatize dependency, demonize ambition, and this can be expected:

Benefits claimants are deliberately behaving ridiculously in job interviews because they don’t want to get off the dole, according to a small business boss.

Care home manager Shaun Drury says that many of the unemployed people he has interviewed have turned up in a shellsuit, given him high fives and spoken in one-word sentences.

The job-seekers’ performance has in some cases been so weak that he has concluded they are looking for an excuse to avoid giving up their benefits.

Unemployed people must sign up for job interviews even if they don’t actually want to work, because otherwise they face having their handouts withdrawn.

But of course it is all a charade. They don’t want jobs, and the government doesn’t want them to have jobs. They would rather vote for a living, and the government is happy to buy their votes with welfare payments. Those who still work for a living to support this corrupt system are effectively slaves.

shell-suit
Welfare state interview attire.

On a tip from Artfldgr.




13 Responses to “Brits on Dole Deliberately Botch Job Interviews”

  1. That’s what a lot of the extreme tats and piercings are all about

  2. That’s what a lot of the extreme tats and piercings are all about

  3. JTW says:

    been going on for decades, cheaper to let them do their sham than to police it, which’d mean interviewing every company someone on the dole had an interview with in order to determine whether the person was seriously attempting to get the job or not.

  4. JTW says:

    been going on for decades, cheaper to let them do their sham than to police it, which’d mean interviewing every company someone on the dole had an interview with in order to determine whether the person was seriously attempting to get the job or not.

  5. You mean like Andy Capp?

  6. You mean like Andy Capp?

  7. Henry says:

    I worked at a recycling center on the weekends when I was in college. Every morning, the homeless were lined up with their shopping carts full of bottles and cans. I ran the cash booth, which was kind of like an assistant manager position. One day, one of them asked me to sign some form. I looked at it and it was a form the government requires as proof that they are seeking work in order to keep getting the gibs. I asked him if he had applied for a job, he said no. I said I would not sign the form. He threw a shit fit! Went to the manager’s office; the manager comes out and asks me why I didn’t sign the form. I told the manager that the mooch wasn’t looking for work, so I wouldn’t sign the form. The manager signed the form.

  8. Henry says:

    I worked at a recycling center on the weekends when I was in college. Every morning, the homeless were lined up with their shopping carts full of bottles and cans. I ran the cash booth, which was kind of like an assistant manager position. One day, one of them asked me to sign some form. I looked at it and it was a form the government requires as proof that they are seeking work in order to keep getting the gibs. I asked him if he had applied for a job, he said no. I said I would not sign the form. He threw a shit fit! Went to the manager’s office; the manager comes out and asks me why I didn’t sign the form. I told the manager that the mooch wasn’t looking for work, so I wouldn’t sign the form. The manager signed the form.

  9. Jester says:

    England? Hell: I’ve seen 15 examples of that scam HERE over the last 30 years.

  10. Jester says:

    England? Hell: I’ve seen 15 examples of that scam HERE over the last 30 years.

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