54 posts • joined Friday 6th May 2011 04:35 GMT
Have they run outof things to steal then?
outsourcing doesn't work
The staff will end up demotivated, poorly paid and not having the right skills to get the job done resulting in high staff turnover. This will reflect poorly on the client who will have to pay a large amount to get the issue resolved to the profit of the supplier.
Outsourcing is bad
They will still get away with bringing in cheap staff under the Visa Scheme..
Seeing that we have been transmitting radio signals for about 100 years, we have another 500 to prepare the <weclcome to Earth / We Surrender> mat
maybe the lense needs wiping
14 days is enough time for the yanks to launch their muini shuttle to make some modifications
Use the tried as tested duck and cover.. That will save you from the mad mullahs nukes
Playmobile or it didnt exist
Im in the mood playing AC/DC Big Balls very loud
is on disability allowance so he doesn't have to work at all. If he eat McD's all the he will have severe flutulence, halitosis and other takeaway induced maladies.
He probably doesn't smell too nice either.
Their quality went down the pan when they replaced all the techies with bean counters and people with business degrees
when zombies are defetaed following World War Z, we can use these chips to train a number of them for mundain taks suchs as cleaning sewers and streets.
I wonder if the books are being cooked to look good
Given the environmental record of Japanese firms, I wonder what will happen to the acid and red mud.
Waiting for a response from Greenpeace on this issue
NFC in Gregs
That iss a lot of sausage rolls to buy in order to use it....
Paris coz she likes sausage rolls
Wonder what Keanu Reeves would say
I wonder what Mark Hurd has to say about this.
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more than likely the "hovercraft" are really airbeds with generic fans attached powered by made in China car batteries
What would happen if they had a mirrored Data centre in another country and said country went in a search warrant looking for questionable data?
You could end having your commercially sensitive data in hands to foreign coppers who may/may not sell the data onto their business pals.
Standard practise in the private sector is to secure the laptop to the desk using a kensington lock for his laptop as for his fondleslab check MI5 as they will be downloading the log files to check where he has been.
Knowing BT they will use the Intra-Company Visa system to bring in "staff" from a non-EU country where staffing costs are much less
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