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job for virgin installations £22,000/annum. ( hasten to say this from an agency. no disrespect to virgin ).
here's my reply to the email....


thanks for the offer but....

1.I don't live in the specified areas

2. the wages are rubbish anyway.
3. had dealings with your agency before. I packed in a job to take on a promised start for the next day for an electrician. saw your representative at office. was then told that my details would have to be sent on to client, only then to be told that the job was for a handyman that could "do electrics".so much for the next day start. lost the job i was on and was out of work for 2 months as a result.

so thanks, but no thanks.
 
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elsparko

job for virgin installations £22,000/annum. ( hasten to say this from an agency. no disrespect to virgin ).
here's my reply to the email....


thanks for the offer but....

1.I don't live in the specified areas

2. the wages are rubbish anyway.
3. had dealings with your agency before. I packed in a job to take on a promised start for the next day for an electrician. saw your representative at office. was then told that my details would have to be sent on to client, only then to be told that the job was for a handyman that could "do electrics".so much for the next day start. lost the job i was on and was out of work for 2 months as a result.

so thanks, but no thanks.
 

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