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Old 23-01-14, 12:10 PM   #1
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Default Bonus' of my job :)

The bonus' of my job, working all over England haha, currently in carlise today, lovely trip out ;-P
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Old 24-01-14, 02:32 PM   #2
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Haha!! Nice!! Day time jollies!!

Bonus of mine - travel to Malaysia, Mexico, The US, Japan. It's a hard y'know!! And it's not a holiday. No sir'ee. Those hotel bars will not fill themselves in the evenings!!
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I've only been on one work jolly this year

Although it was to cork, so I can't argue with that one, top place!

And we justified the drinking by the fact that 2 beers were cheaper than 2 cokes!
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A jolly is a jolly!!! You can't go wrong!


Eh. I'm mean work. Work is not a jolly. (says sniggering!)
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Argh, fresh air, light and open species, if only.

I have to sit for 12 hours in a room with no windows with two other people watching two reactors, the most exciting bit is making tea.
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I effectionately call my office the armpit of JLR as its horrid no work jollies for me I do however get to walk up the finall assembly line at times tho and that smells like a new car everywhere and thats awesome
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Go to work around 9.30am , never work later than 4.30 ,
Take time off when I want ,
Eat when I want ,
Never work nights or weekends

Take home a really crappy wage

Spend loads of time with my family

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Go to work around 9.30am , never work later than 4.30 ,
Take time off when I want ,
Eat when I want ,
Never work nights or weekends

Take home a really crappy wage

Spend loads of time with my family

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Nice one

Us wage slaves are envious
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Old 25-01-14, 03:00 PM   #9
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I was retired by the world of employment - no longer required by employers across the UK.

So I am now (sort of) self employed - my work is to renovate our wee hovel in France (been 'employed' for over 3 years and no disagreements/office politics with the Project Director - Mrs Marchie). The only problem is that I have to pay to work - I have to keep nipping down to the DIY Sheds or builders yard to buy materials.

There are compensations - we have a small selection of fruit trees so can pick our own peach, pear and quinces, and we have a couple of neglected vines (got about 4 grapes last year ...). When we start the overhaul of the garden, we should be able to produce about half of our own fruit and veggies and our neighbours (who all have gardens the size of small housing estates - next door uses 2 tractors to prepare the ground for sowing ...) regularly donate surplus fruit and veggies - last year we were on the point of having cucumbers with the cornflakes to keep up with supplies

No salary, no company car/other perks but I have a life of bliss - a reward beyond compare (except when you're falling through rotten floors into ancient shit pits that is ...)
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