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    if they die will save on pensions as well

    my daughter attended a hen party at the weekend
    one of the girls there as just started at dwp in northwest of england
    she told my daughter while she was training one of the trainee,s asked
    the trainer what should she do if someone had serious health problems
    such as heart conditions etc and sending them on training course,s etc could cause
    stress which could result in them dying ??
    the trainer replied if they die we will save money as we will not have to pay
    them a pension
    how do these people sleep at night
    they should be charged with manslaghter
    Last edited by samboleen; 30-03-15 at 16:30.

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    Senior Member beau's Avatar
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    I suspect that was a flippant remark in very bad taste. That trainer should be reported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beau View Post
    I suspect that was a flippant remark in very bad taste. That trainer should be reported.
    It is true though. I personally wouldn't report, it is off the cuff remark on a hen night, when everybody has been drinking, I dare say!

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    Sarcasm sometimes keeps people who do a very difficult job sane.

    Why the hell should
    they be charged with manslaughter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bspm View Post
    Sarcasm sometimes keeps people who do a very difficult job sane.

    Why the hell should
    they be charged with manslaughter?
    if you knowingly place people in situations that may cause them stress that results in their death for financial gain ,, you can by law be held liable ,
    if this was the usa,, dwp and atos would find themselves fighting a mass of lawsuits , but the solicitors in this country seem afraid to challange this goverment i suspect many of them are tory voters and come from middle or upperclass backgrounds , i fully agree with getting people back to work who are able , but many are not , due to genuine health problems which are being ignored , by dwp
    i have this morning attended the funeral of a friend who 7 weeks ago was passed fit for work in 2014 i went to 3 funerals of family and friends who all passed away within 8 months of being passed fit for work ,, i hope there is a god for dwp staff and atos to answer too
    Last edited by samboleen; 01-04-15 at 11:41.

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