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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Sucky, Jun 20, 2022.
Him and Blair should be at the Hague, mate.
only on a Saturday morning, not through the week. Double delivery on a Saturday so milkman needed help.
And collecting weekly payment when I worked with him
Do kids still do work experience at school, where they go out to work for a local employer?
My company still does?
That's good then, I wondered if it was still a thing, best insight to the outside world, I assume the kids are taking any places available.
Yeah, had a few. Realised how much of a burden I would have been during my W/E weeks.
Yeah I did a few, I remember doing one at an Estate Agents, got rewarded for it to - but it was so fooking boring, especially in the shop/office - it was ok, when we went out to look at properties, I quite liked that bit. Wondering to myself at the time why someone would buy an old shack in the middle of no where.
I think so, I generally see a number over the year.
They have to go through a “young persons risk assessment process” before they arrive. I’m not sure if that’s a legal requirement or just our companies policy?
I did in a Building society which was actually pretty interesting particularly the mortgage section . Only problem was the nearest accessible toilet was in a portacabin type toilet block the other side of the main precinct in town so to have a slash i was gone for nearly 20 mins and that was oif no-one was using the bog when i got there .
I was sent to the Job Centre for a weeks work experience. I honestly think it was the school being funny and a sly dig about how they seen my future. I enjoyed it, though. They had a whip round for me and everything at the end of the week.
We liked work experience kids as we could use them as gofers .
Can't really remember much apart from they had me filing a lot and I seen some guy trying to strangle a member of staff because he never received a giro.
It was madness, always people coming in shouting and aggressive but that guy had lost the plot. Respect to Solid for working there, tough gig
thats why we liked them "just file these theres a good lad" . In jobcentres they didn't employ the lowest grade unlike the DHSS officers so trained advisors who were 2 grades higher did their own filing ffs .
The assault bit was ever present and could sometimes be "interesting" when you bumped into them in a pub later .
One **** once wound me up so bad that when he said "i going to kick the **** out of you when i see you outside" i agreed a place and time .
The useless **** didn't turn up .
The perks of staying in school past 15
I couldn't be living with all that debt to stay on at school. For me that was at least 3 years head start on anyone staying on, and accumulting by the year. Imagine people that stay in the system learning until they are in their mid-twenties, that's a whole decade. Yeah the latter would get a good wage at the end of it, but wasn't for me. I enjoy learning now I'm older, but just didn't have the concentration when I was younger, well my brain still switches off at times now, but with old age and slowing down, not everything is such a rush in life.