Boycott Workfare Meeting March 29th



It would be the permanent nightshift, of course. If it were the chief executive or human resources manager we’d be talking internship, presumably, rather than workfare.
Well, high time to deal with the spam emails Tesco have been sending me and give them a piece of my mind.
Hmmm, they do say that the customer is always right.*
(* I’ve never heard a store manager actually say this.)

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Birmingham Against The Cuts

We were planning to wait until we had confirmed speakers, but with the storm that has blown up around the Tesco permanent nightshift workfare position advertised, we thought it best to make the event announcement now.

Thursday 29th March

Unite the Union
Transport House
211 Broad Street
B15 1AY

Boycott Workfare public meeting, in association with Birmingham Trades Council, Birmingham Against the Cuts,IWW West Midlands, Right to Work, Occupy Birmingham, DPAC and Youth Fight for Jobs
Speakers invited from Boycott Workfare, Public Interest Lawyers and USDAW.

With particular thanks to Unite and the lovely people who work there, who have accomdated us, after we decided that the room at the council house would be too small (it was booked before this became a national news story), and other rooms were not available. Carrs Lane was also considered before someone pointed out that the upstairs rooms are not…

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