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"Don't worry, our benefits cover great therapy."
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"I don't know what they mean about us changing ALL workers terms and conditions? .... We're letting them hang on to the 70 hour week!"
"Of course under your new contract the requirement for you to provide 24 hour cover is optional...you could also opt for 36 or 48 hours!"
"We listened to staff concerns about the length and complexity of current contracts."
"You may join the crew, Sir, but first you must promise never to write a book about us."
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"I'm on a zero hours contract."
"You misread the terms of your employment. Your probation period is 6 years, not 6 months."
"They offered me a job as a temporary worker but I don't want to go downhill."
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"I'd like to offer you the job and then withdraw the offer just to cover myself."
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"I'm still not sure whether you've offered me a job!"
"My mistake was bringing a lawyer to settle the terms of my employment contract. They hired the lawyer instead!"
'I think you'll find this company's as good as its word.'
"We've hiked associate pay substantially, and we will of course need something in return..."
"It's our standard contract. You agree to be a powerless and insignificant cog in our vast corporate machine and we agree to oil you occasionally."
"If you look here you can see that the job description CLEARLY involves a soul crushingly high workload and inhumane working conditions!"
"No, I didn't read a scary book! I just read management's latest contract proposal."
'Well, the new contract appears to be a win-win, just not for physicians.'
The new contract didn't leave him much room to maneuver his hoverdesk.
"Well, it's a simple enough work contract: as long as you produce eggs, the farmer will feed you..."
"Oh, that's Laars. He's on salary."
"You're one of the short termed employed. You're out of here tomorrow."
"Before we hire you, we'd like you to sign this non-compete agreement. It basically states that you won't work anywhere else for the rest of your life."
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"I can start you on minimal wage."
"But I don't need a reason. It says right here that I can fire him 'just cause'."