Author Topic: UK Consultants to advise on States cost cutting.  (Read 950 times)

Offline Fritz

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UK Consultants to advise on States cost cutting.
« on: May 20, 2015, 12:40:24 AM »
So, in their wisdom, the Looneys now in charge of the asylum have decided that they need to import expert consultants to show them how to cut staffing levels in the public sector.

Here,s how I see it panning out.(Based on only one expert).

Expert arrives with family in tow and is paid £100k per annum plus relocation costs and is housed at tax-payers expense.

Expert advises that £100k per annum could be saved by sacking 4 employees on £25k.
In order to justify this, Looneys agree to sack 8 employees to cover the initial cost and show that they got it right.
Expert is on 5 year deal, so this cull must continue for at least another 4 years.
Once 5 year contract is completed, expert has settled in Jersey,(Gaining full housing qualifications), and decides he wants to stay. He and his family are now entitled to claim benefits if he is made redundant.

This is already happening with,"Specialist", imports in various states departments brought in over the last five or six years on supposed 5 year contracts.
A recruitment agency import can save up the deposit for a ,"first -time buyer", home and qualify to buy one by simply working for the states for five years.
 Much easier than actually being born and brought up here and working in the private sector.


Offline ageofaquarius

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Re: UK Consultants to advise on States cost cutting.
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2015, 03:13:23 AM »

I understood it was 10 years.  ???

Offline wakey

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Re: UK Consultants to advise on States cost cutting.
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2015, 06:43:26 PM »
It all makes me so cross that I'm off to have a small glass of sherry!

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Re: UK Consultants to advise on States cost cutting.
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2015, 01:56:13 AM »
I understood it was 10 years.  ???
Not for what used to be called ,"J category, essentially employed". After 5 yrs ,"J cat", (Or whatever its called now), full ,"Quallies", are attained.
The private sector uses the same loophole with their licenses to attract outside,"Talent"(?).
They bring in folk,(And their families), on five-year contracts who are allowed to rent houses,flats etc that other immigrants are denied. After five years, the licensed person either stays with the company on a higher salary, (The quallies carrot is used to reduce their initial pay demands/expectations), or leaves to join the free market.
The ,"Company", (Often The States of Jersey), still has a license to import a replacement.