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  • smokinghorse November 27, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    So why have the union not done anything?? May be their is nothing it if for the unions, Sad to say how much do the big wigs in the unions get and perks.

  • Edith Pissof on Facebook November 27, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    Unions need to do something about this because instead of buisnesses having to create real permanent jobs, and pay a proper wage, and ensure adequate health, safety and working conditions, they are exploiting helpless vunerable people who suffering from mental health problems, are unaware they’re getting taken advantage of, unaware of their human rights, and are also subject to cruelty and abuse by buisness employers who have no clue or professional qualifications or experience managing or dealing with those with mental illness or disabilities.

  • Angela Mitchell on Facebook November 27, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    Laundry work is hot, gruelling and exhausting I did this job as a temporary contract through the summer one year and it was unbelievable. The constant heat of the rolling irons and the tumble dryers makes you sweat buckets. I lost a stone that summer.. These poor people being taken advantage of by the government and don’t get paid a fair wage. Who are the union reps for this industry?

  • Bridget Denise Price on Facebook November 27, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    All part of the plan by UNUM to make people scared about becoming sick/ disabled; and scared of losing their jobs to unpaid disabled workers; so they will buy insurance.

  • Alice Wedderburn on Facebook November 28, 2011 at 5:51 pm

    It’s good that people with MH issues get back into work… ONLY if they WANT to AND are paid a FULL WAGE!!! this is slavery!

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