My son was recently offered a day’s work; just over two weeks ago, it happens and on his signing day. The offer was made out of office hours, with no opportunity to notify the benefits agency, but he took the day’s work and notified the benefits agency at the earliest opportunity- the next day that he had done the day’s work and that this was the reason he was unable to attend the benefits office to sign on at his regular day and time.
He was interviewed and signed on that day.
Yesterday, his normal payday, his benefits had not been paid. When he telephoned to ask why, he was told he had been sanctioned for late signing!
We talked about the options and he said he was going to appeal, made the relevant ‘phone calls and was told they would ring him back later.
Whoever called him back obviously…
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Smiling Carcass said:
Thanks for the reblog.
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Joseph Smith said:
Miserable job centre swines, they should be fired then they get to find out just how their vindictive system works. Arnt they supposed to help and support? It seems to me they now exist only to penalise inhibit and destroy lives. Fascist pigs!
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