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alfs barnet 10:18 Fri Mar 20
Covid-19 Job thread?
Looks like there well be a lot of jobs lost over the coming weeks, and months.

Is it worth pinning a thread at the top to see if we can help each other out? I seem to remember this happening quite well back in 2008.

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Peckham 7:34 Thu Apr 9
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Ag.

Nutjobs a plenty

Peckham 7:34 Thu Apr 9
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Ag.

Nutjobs a plenty

Jasnik 1:03 Thu Apr 9
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So are there any jobs on this thread?

icwhs 6:13 Mon Apr 6
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Spandex.

If a medium sized local social care provider needs to have such a plan and can execute it when needed, why shouldn't the whole fucking country.

Bolox I’d like to know how how “medium” sized your care company is, both my parents are paying for careers daily, in a London Borough, and the company hired by the council can’t get staff, nor equipment to fulfill there obligations, my father can’t walk, my mother has dementia.

This pandemic recovery plan you “follow” put there by the Care Quality Commission, is basically non existent in a real Pandemic.

The cost of having a suitable Pandemic recovery plan that actually WORKS is Billions and no government (with the exception of Korea) got it anywhere near correct.

For it to be at all feasible would cost Billions, and millions to keep up to date.

Having been “let down by a few suppliers” which in a real Pandemic recovery plan is not what happen, as then there is no real Pandemic recovery plan is it?

A real plan is to have all equipment need, in place at all times..

Not a farts chance in hell Britain would pay for that.

Not having a mask for a few workers dishing out tablets isn’t part of. Pandemic recovery plan.

Westside 4:37 Mon Apr 6
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Business model.

Westside 4:37 Mon Apr 6
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Well Spandex, having factored your pandemic plan, into your business mode,l I'm sure your business will survive the crisis, with no problems.

Spandex Sidney 4:12 Mon Apr 6
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Westside 4:02 Mon Apr 6

What you say doesn't even make sense. You honestly saying that we can afford to have a pandemic plan but the country can't? How much is Boris's socialist utopia costing? £300 billion?? How many hundreds of billions are there between a Coronavirus recession for a couple of years and a full blown depression for a decade?

Honestly, you have no idea how bad it is out there on the ground.

People who know nothing and do not realise it are the very worst of us, fucking reactionary, thick cunt

Westside 4:02 Mon Apr 6
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If a medium sized local social care provider needs to have such a plan and can execute it when needed, why shouldn't the whole fucking country.

Cost?

What % of your total costs over the 11 year period was spent on the pandemic plan?

The country to be prepared, would need thousands of spare critical care beds, doctors, nurses, ventilators, etc, all on standby. No government could afford that sort of cash standing idle.

Spandex Sidney 1:39 Mon Apr 6
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icwhs 3:26 Sat Apr 4
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“The country should have been prepared for this”

Ridiculous statement, no country can afford to be prepared for a pandemic, and won’t be next time either, on the other hand we might get wise to...



More reactionary, know nothing bollocks. What has WHO become??

I have a care business. I have to have a pandemic recovery plan in place for the Care Quality Commission and under the terms of the contract we have with the local authority. This has always been the case for the 11 years we have been in business.

The plan was implemented and, on the whole is bearing up. We have been let down by some suppliers but, as per the plan, we have been able to source alternatives. We also have a large number of staff off right now isolating with symptoms and we have rejigged our priority clients to ensure those with the highest need are seen first, as per our pandemic action plan.

If a medium sized local social care provider needs to have such a plan and can execute it when needed, why shouldn't the whole fucking country.

Peckham 11:27 Sun Apr 5
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Smasher are you mates with Belstaff or Tumbleweed by any chance??

smasher. 2:15 Sun Apr 5
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I'll give her Legs a fucking "wobble"

Peckham 1:25 Sun Apr 5
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Bruuno, I have whomailed you an idea.
How did your family member or mate get on with the time she had a wobble?
Hope better, but it is going to make people down again this climate.

icwhs 12:41 Sun Apr 5
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Northern Sold 9:54 Sat Apr 4
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So the Dr told the government to have depots full of respiratory equipment enough to quash a Pandemic... so it should be done because the quack says so.

Ridiculous, all governments know what they need in a pandemic and it costs billions to have and millions to keep up to date.
No country in the world would pay to be prepared, people dying is obviously cheaper, thus what’s happening.

We’re not trying to split the atom here.

Northern Sold 9:54 Sat Apr 4
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Why should our country not been prepared for a pandemic.. ? Doctor was on the news last week who was a part of a disaster recovery experiment after Sars to find out what was needed.... told the gov to have depots full of respiratory equipment and all the other stuff...every bit of research and results that was given to the gov was ignored... he was not a happy chap

PeterJ 8:24 Sat Apr 4
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Yeah I thought that was a bit of a weird comment.

icwhs 3:27 Sat Apr 4
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*our own*

icwhs 3:26 Sat Apr 4
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“The country should have been prepared for this”

Ridiculous statement, no country can afford to be prepared for a pandemic, and won’t be next time either, on the other hand we might get wise to buying in all our equipment from cheaper manufacturing countries and to at least have a back up solution to mass producing our or stuff quickly.

But this is the UK.. so we won’t.

Pub Bigot 3:30 Fri Apr 3
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Girl who works for me as a Change Analyst has just lost her job. She's a contractor and my firm has taken to option to not retain all associate jobs. She has previous experiences in hospitality also. She's not West Ham, based in Cardiff, but a good woman I'd be like to help.

Spandex Sidney 6:57 Wed Apr 1
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Yes, it applies to any employee anywhere

Manuel 2:20 Wed Apr 1
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Do these same rules apply at private care homes? I assume yours is private?

Spandex Sidney 2:20 Wed Apr 1
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Yes, She can take 2 weeks sick and then resign or wait to get sacked.

We can't get masks for love nor money. CQC are overseeing the distribution, we got 300 which lasted us about 2.5 days. Some clients do not want us wearing masks because they don't like it and find it scary but we are regardless. But we can't get them. They are all going to the hospitals

Country should have been prepared for this

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