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I've seen a few people on social media saying they're going visiting parents this weekend now that the parents have had their first jab.

Still fucking wrong, dickheads.

My 99 yr old nan (god bless her) gets her second dose today, but I'll still be staying away.

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People are forgetting the title job retention scheme. It’s all it’s designed for to stop people being made redundant. Thus is a company is shutting down and you don’t take it there is only one other option. Not a pleasant one for majority of people unless it comes with a substantial payout but one other option nonetheless 

 

never once did I say anyone could be forced to do anything. But by refusing they are choosing another path of the company is to close down during covid which was the basis of the discussion about companies choosing to remain open. 

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Like i said, im not wasting 3 hours of my life on you

I'll explain as simply as i can

Furlough is a variation to contract

Both sides need to agree

It helps if its done in writing

If you want to argue with yourself, crack on

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4 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

No. If the company wants to furlough as there is no work. If you refuse they can make you redundant. 
 

youre really not listening when it suits 

And my employer is extremely busy

Have a nice day

Leeds are losing

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2 minutes ago, Casino said:

And my employer is extremely busy

Have a nice day

Leeds are losing

 But they are choosing to stay open for corporate gain. Simple. So your initial attempt as usual to blame the government is incorrect. 
 

ive had a lovely day thank you and intend to finish the day of doing exactly that

so are morecambe which is equally relevant 

 

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14 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

 But they are choosing to stay open for corporate gain. Simple. So your initial attempt as usual to blame the government is incorrect. 
 

ive had a lovely day thank you and intend to finish the day of doing exactly that

so are morecambe which is equally relevant 

 

You are totally fucking wrong. Just admit. 
 

Leeds losing is much more relevant. 😁😂

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6 minutes ago, Ani said:

You are totally fucking wrong. Just admit. 
 

Leeds losing is much more relevant. 😁😂

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37 minutes ago, Casino said:

Fwiw, id happily be furloughed on the orginal furlough terms

Didnt furlough change that you had to work a day or 2 per week, or didnt that ever happen

This was talked about on Martin Lewis’ The Money Programme.

My understanding was that when furlough was first introduced it was all or nothing but has since become work a bit, furlough a bit. It seemed that rather than have one person working and another not, an employer can ask employees to work part of week for 100% pay and furlough for the remainder for 80%. 

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4 hours ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Yes that’s fair enough but suppose unless you get a breakdown of days/times of traffic increases it’s hard to tell

Must say apart from commuting times it’s very quiet around here 

I think so too.

A few more business open so bound to be more traffic. Previously for example, building suppliers were shut, so plenty of other businesses couldn't work anyhow.

Can see more tightening up still.

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53 minutes ago, Traf said:

I've seen a few people on social media saying they're going visiting parents this weekend now that the parents have had their first jab.

Still fucking wrong, dickheads.

My 99 yr old nan (god bless her) gets her second dose today, but I'll still be staying away.

Its doesn't "take effect" for up to three weeks anyway, so you're right to keep away

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1 hour ago, Rudy said:

One chap at work looks after his Mam, she has no one else so he’s been extra careful.
 

He was treating a player for a slight strain asked him what he’s been up too said nothing much staying in. On one of the tests the reported positive. 
Did the tracing with him and has since come to light that he seems to have got it from the player who had broken Covid laws. 
 

His Mam has now had to get homecare because he can’t see her, luckily she tested negative but she’s not in the best health so it’s lucky.

I got told to WFH, had my laptop and equipment sent in to me. Did my tests as per usual and I was found positive, it seems like it has come from the same player, my Mrs is a month away from dropping our second kid, so I’ve not seen her (result) or my daughter in over a week so they don’t get it, and every time my phone goes I think our Maude is going to go intO labour and I’ll miss it.

Lets put it this way if I had millions in the bank and played football for a living and the only thing the gaffer asked of me was to stay the fuck at home, I wouldn’t think twice.
There are some selfish individuals who are now not giving a fuck about the implications it has on regular folk and it absolutely stinks. 
The audacious argument that footballers should get the vaccine first to take the pressure off the NHS makes me feel absolutely sick. 
If I hadn’t got a big contract and a legal obligation to stay I think i would be looking at leaving. I’ve told my bosses this and they’ve reassured me that they don’t take it lightly and there are one or two who will shown the door in the summer and it won’t be because of their performances on the pitch. 
 

what do you do ??

 

apart from Bolton Blondie's Fluffer 

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3 hours ago, Rudy said:

I was in a bad way the past two days but today I’ve kicked it’s cunt in. 

Don't get too giddy yet mate, when I had it, it came in waves, so a few bad days, then felt OK, then back to grim again for a few more. I'd still take it easy and keep your fluids up for a day or two more before you go back to your usual three hour Fistmaster sessions

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Well I’ve just had to take my lad to A&E for a suspected fractured ankle (home footballing accident the daft shite).

Hes ok, and is back home with crutches and will milk it to death.

Was in and out in less than an hour.

A&E had 3 patients in the adult section and just my lad in the children’s part.

The nurse described it as a bizarre day. Seen barely anyone all day.

Then told me they were turning the kids A&E section into a spare ward for Covid patients, of which there are still a lot.

Its creepy down there. Weird.

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6 minutes ago, Spider said:

Well I’ve just had to take my lad to A&E for a suspected fractured ankle (home footballing accident the daft shite).

Hes ok, and is back home with crutches and will milk it to death.

Was in and out in less than an hour.

A&E had 3 patients in the adult section and just my lad in the children’s part.

The nurse described it as a bizarre day. Seen barely anyone all day.

Then told me they were turning the kids A&E section into a spare ward for Covid patients, of which there are still a lot.

Its creepy down there. Weird.

Shows really how many people abuse A&E for twattish reasons. 

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2 hours ago, Rudy said:

One chap at work looks after his Mam, she has no one else so he’s been extra careful.
 

He was treating a player for a slight strain asked him what he’s been up too said nothing much staying in. On one of the tests the reported positive. 
Did the tracing with him and has since come to light that he seems to have got it from the player who had broken Covid laws. 
 

His Mam has now had to get homecare because he can’t see her, luckily she tested negative but she’s not in the best health so it’s lucky.

I got told to WFH, had my laptop and equipment sent in to me. Did my tests as per usual and I was found positive, it seems like it has come from the same player, my Mrs is a month away from dropping our second kid, so I’ve not seen her (result) or my daughter in over a week so they don’t get it, and every time my phone goes I think our Maude is going to go intO labour and I’ll miss it.

Lets put it this way if I had millions in the bank and played football for a living and the only thing the gaffer asked of me was to stay the fuck at home, I wouldn’t think twice.
There are some selfish individuals who are now not giving a fuck about the implications it has on regular folk and it absolutely stinks. 
The audacious argument that footballers should get the vaccine first to take the pressure off the NHS makes me feel absolutely sick. 
If I hadn’t got a big contract and a legal obligation to stay I think i would be looking at leaving. I’ve told my bosses this and they’ve reassured me that they don’t take it lightly and there are one or two who will shown the door in the summer and it won’t be because of their performances on the pitch. 
 

When you WFH do you put the cones out in your back garden?

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1 hour ago, Casino said:

If its essential for you to go to the workplace to be able to do your job, then you SHOULD

Not can, should

Which i believe is the same as last march

.gov and the media invented essential work

 

As I thought; thanks

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1 hour ago, Traf said:

I've seen a few people on social media saying they're going visiting parents this weekend now that the parents have had their first jab.

Still fucking wrong, dickheads.

My 99 yr old nan (god bless her) gets her second dose today, but I'll still be staying away.

Indeed

She might be transmitting, we don’t know yet

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13 minutes ago, ZicoKelly said:

When you WFH do you put the cones out in your back garden?

Does he have to wear normal work gear or can he dress smarter ? 

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7 minutes ago, Horwich said:

NHS visited the Reebok on NYE to consider using it for vaccines. No decision given as yet.

About time there was somewhere in horwich giving them out

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2 hours ago, Rudy said:

One chap at work looks after his Mam, she has no one else so he’s been extra careful.
 

He was treating a player for a slight strain asked him what he’s been up too said nothing much staying in. On one of the tests the reported positive. 
Did the tracing with him and has since come to light that he seems to have got it from the player who had broken Covid laws. 
 

His Mam has now had to get homecare because he can’t see her, luckily she tested negative but she’s not in the best health so it’s lucky.

I got told to WFH, had my laptop and equipment sent in to me. Did my tests as per usual and I was found positive, it seems like it has come from the same player, my Mrs is a month away from dropping our second kid, so I’ve not seen her (result) or my daughter in over a week so they don’t get it, and every time my phone goes I think our Maude is going to go intO labour and I’ll miss it.

Lets put it this way if I had millions in the bank and played football for a living and the only thing the gaffer asked of me was to stay the fuck at home, I wouldn’t think twice.
There are some selfish individuals who are now not giving a fuck about the implications it has on regular folk and it absolutely stinks. 
The audacious argument that footballers should get the vaccine first to take the pressure off the NHS makes me feel absolutely sick. 
If I hadn’t got a big contract and a legal obligation to stay I think i would be looking at leaving. I’ve told my bosses this and they’ve reassured me that they don’t take it lightly and there are one or two who will shown the door in the summer and it won’t be because of their performances on the pitch. 
 

Quite a story, I'm just surprised there isn't more uproar from fans about this.

Good to hear that there will be further repercussions. Itd be good if it was also done in public and not behind the scenes to show people that no one is above this.

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