Fri, 22 Feb 2013 11:03a.m.
Telecom has announced “significant job cuts”, believed to number in the hundreds.
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23/02/2013 7:05:11 a.m.
You have to laugh at Joe Key's one liners like the classic yesterday,..."we have to realise that the labour market is very flexible at the moment"....flexible? What, like those unemployed can just spring back into the workforce? Or your paycheck may bounce if you're in the education sector...? Meaningless throw away cliches that have zero substance. To quote an older line, "If BS was rubber, these guys could bounce to the moon". That's about the only flexible factor working for this govt...just a totally out of touch and arrogant attitude towards the plight of most kiwis. 2014 election can't come soon enough.
22/02/2013 4:38:30 p.m.
Very true Kathy.But he does have the KEY to all the answers.
22/02/2013 12:46:18 p.m.
Is it not funny how John Key is touting how well he is doing while company after company in recent months are laying off hundreds of workers.
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