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2 hours ago, NYD1997 said:

Interesting... They may want to tell the staff that work there this because there has still been car sharing, teams haven't been split up, and there is only 4 doors (not including fire exits) in and out of the building and they were all being used....

 

Pretty sure you have just made this up

There are only 2 staff entrances, not 4.

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2 hours ago, Dele said:

Seven cases confirmed in Ninewells apparently. 

Aviva in Perth are splitting teams up, they have to use seperate doors to enter the building. They're being housed on different floors and they're not allowed to car share either. They want to have a contingency plan in place so they always have sufficient teams to deal with claims/calls if someone goes down with it. 

Absolute lunatics. 

Not a million miles away from what my lot are doing. We've hired a whack of temporary office space, are using a couple of floors in the old office that had been closed off pending renovation work, and are using the disaster recovery site. Usually around 40 of us on the floor I work in, there are 6 of us in one of the temporary offices in Zurich, a few on each floor of the usual building, a few in the DR site and the rest working from home. Seems to be the plan for many of the other banks and brokers, though not all of them have implemented it yet Been told the office I am working out of has been rented for the next 6 months as a minimum.

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I’m absolutely shocked that everyone at D.A.F.A’s work thinks he’s a c**t.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m not shocked really, he’s a complete roaster.

 

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2 hours ago, Marshmallo said:

Why would you describe a company following a contingency plan to give them more chance to keep operating as "absolute lunatics"?

I certainly wouldn't be re-arranging my travel time and out of hours activity to suit a massive companies hopes of keeping its doors open. 

Would you? 

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2 minutes ago, Dele said:

I certainly wouldn't be re-arranging my travel time and out of hours activity to suit a massive companies hopes of keeping its doors open. 

Would you? 

Within reason, yes

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1 minute ago, Dele said:

I certainly wouldn't be re-arranging my travel time and out of hours activity to suit a massive companies hopes of keeping its doors open. 

Would you? 

But you'd be the same person that has a meltdown when something disastrous happens to your home and your insurance company aren't there to help you when you're left with nowhere to go.

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Debt Advice For Clowns
The real clowns are people who are so financially irresponsible that they dont even have a weeks wages in reserve.
As said it seems the norm now and I've touched a nerve. Let's all blame the Tories or lash out at someone because they cant look at themselves and admit they've fucked up.

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Just now, Marshmallo said:

Within reason, yes

Well you're a lunatic too, tbh. 

2 minutes ago, die hard doonhamer said:

But you'd be the same person that has a meltdown when something disastrous happens to your home and your insurance company aren't there to help you when you're left with nowhere to go.

That's quite an assumption. What makes you say that? 

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End of days in the borders. Asda in Galashiels completely cleaned out of liquid soap, pasta and loo roll. Wifey on checkout said yesterday it was like a plague of locusts descended on them.

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Just now, D.A.F.C said:

The real clowns are people who are so financially irresponsible that they dont even have a weeks wages in reserve.

Wow.

Just, wow. 

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4 minutes ago, D.A.F.C said:

The real clowns are people who are so financially irresponsible that they dont even have a weeks wages in reserve.
As said it seems the norm now and I've touched a nerve. Let's all blame the Tories or lash out at someone because they cant look at themselves and admit they've fucked up.

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My mate, a previously-SAHM to her three kids, now lives week-to-week with her weans because her husband left her after having an affair.

Financially irresponsible IMO

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1 hour ago, D.A.F.C said:

They could invest in themselves and get more qualifications and a better job?

My point exactly, should've stuck in at the school.

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I can see @D.A.F.C posting soon about the awful, entirely out of nowhere and undeserved bullying he’s received. Definitely not brought on by him being a total fud.

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Statement to be made at 7pm.


Seems a bit optimistic. We may all be dead (or at least rightfully bankrupt) by then.

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12 minutes ago, D.A.F.C said:

As said it seems the norm now and I've touched a nerve. Let's all blame the Tories or lash out at someone because they cant look at themselves and admit they've fucked up.

This is right up there, people.

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11 minutes ago, D.A.F.C said:

The real clowns are people who are so financially irresponsible that they dont even have a weeks wages in reserve.
As said it seems the norm now and I've touched a nerve. Let's all blame the Tories or lash out at someone because they cant look at themselves and admit they've fucked up.

Your conversations with DA Baracus would be interesting.

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Apparently there's too be a new edict this evening forcing all businesses (with the exception of those selling essentials, i.e. supermarkets) to close for three weeks. People haven't been taking the current regulations seriously enough it seems.

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