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(it’s not satire – it’s workfare!)

Only someone very naive could believe private firms are participating in the government’s workfare scheme because they want to provide work experience for unemployed people out of the goodness of their own hearts and not as a way of reducing their wage bills by using forced labour at taxpayers’ expense.

But ask any of them and they’ll swear the workfare people they’ve taken on are extra to their requirements and are not – repeat not – replacing jobs they would normally have had to pay someone a proper wage to do.

Well. It looks like Homebase have accidentally let the cat out of the bag.

Here’s a poster currently displayed on the wall in the manager’s office of Homebase Haringey – which clearly shows the company is using workfare as a means to reduce their payroll costs:

homebase workfareThis is particularly interesting, as Homebase have recently been lying to telling the public they’re not participating in workfare at all. See my previous post about that here:

Homebase are so embarrassed about using workfare – they’re reduced to lying about it

Looks like Homebase just can’t stop themselves telling porky pies about workfare, doesn’t it?

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Related articles by Tom Pride:

Salvation Army denies existence of Workfare scheme it participates in (no – not satire)

Victory as online campaign forces Sue Ryder off Workfare scheme

Sue Ryder executives looking to profit from the privatisation of NHS services

The Sue Ryder charity and its sinister Orwellian doublethink

Admit it UK charities – you were conned by Cameron and his so-called ‘Big Society’ garbage

Cameron’s Big Society – TOFFS paying SPIVS to rip off PLEBS

A4e given over 45 million of taxpayers money – to give classes on using toilet paper

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