Employer avoids hiring British workers because of 'poor work ethic'

Employer avoids hiring British workers because of 'poor work ethic'

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler
    Fri, 8 Feb 2019 1:43pm GMT
    I guess the reason Brit employees seem to end up being so "unreliable" is that they just will not put up with the kind of bullying behaviour exhibited by Preston-Powers.

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