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dan_uk_1984



Member Since: 12 Nov 2008
Location: Bude, Cornwall
Posts: 4014

United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Supercharged 4.2 SC V8 Tonga Green
I need a new job!

Because:

We're not allowed the light on in the corridoor that has no natural light, on the grounds of "it costs money"

We had to buy our own Air Con unit last year as the summer temperatures soared to over 30 degrees in our office. Now we've been told we cant have it on because "it costs too much money"

We have no hot water in the toilets because they wont run the boiler (only with the heating Nov - Mar)

And to top it off, I've just had to use my own superglue to fix a laser printer, when I said it's a temporary fix and the printer should be replaced immediately so we dont have down time I was then asked to estimate how long the printer would work for until it fails completely!

Joys! 

Post #5744 21st May 2009 4:29pm
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BBS SPY



Member Since: 20 Apr 2009
Location: Limassol
Posts: 101

Cyprus 2003 Range Rover HSE 4.4 V8 Java Black

Wow Dan, that sucks like a Dyson

Shoot me down if i am wrong, Cus i am kinda guessing a bit here and all, But ;



I take it that you are not an MP then.

Rolling with laughter Rolling with laughter Rolling with laughter 2003 4.4 HSE

Post #5745 21st May 2009 5:32pm
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Larry



Member Since: 03 Dec 2008
Location: East Midlands
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England 2006 Range Rover SE Td6 Java Black

This may actually be one of those occasions when Health and Safety could work in your favour. Just push the "where there's blame, there's a claim" line a lot, accompainied with an advisory note that getting sued and fined costs a damn sight more than electricity for a few bulbs.

As to the printer, your estimate on it's survival should be slightly less than the lead time for a new one (of course I wouldn't suggest that you help it's death along a bit as the days tick by Very Happy).

They sound like muppets though, so maybe a new job is the best way forward.

Post #5746 21st May 2009 6:07pm
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