Fri, 29 Jun 2012 6:09p.m.
The Prime Minister says there are no plans to drug test those applying for a benefit, although he hasn't ruled it out.
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7/01/2013 2:02:55 p.m.
m riley wrote:
why is it .. that you will get done for pot. e etc. the tests will find this.. yet people on a class A drugs will get away with it.. as those tests do not detect class A drugs.
3/07/2012 1:02:40 p.m.
If a person is taking drugs prescribed by a GP, then there is something seriously wrong with the health of that individual. What's the difference between ACC clients and Sickness beneficiaries???
If an individual is taking recreational drugs...then that's a CHOICE. If individuals can CHOOSE to take recreational drugs then they can CHOOSE the necessary avenue to do what they can to find employment. I can understand the job situation is 'tight' but I think the taxpayer will appreciate an individual who tries rather than one who doesn't
2/07/2012 1:53:15 p.m.
What about those who have to take painkillers for workplace injuries and on the sickness benefit, how is that going to work Mr Key will they have the small amount they get cut. No one is linving a life style choice on 204.00 a week , Do your job and create more postions and up skill peoplr for the jobs on trade me via education.
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