Some time ago I received an extraordinary phone call. A well-spoken gentleman offered me “batches” of 5 to 10 Eastern Europeans who could legally be brought in by a recruitment company. They could undercut all local agreements on pay and they even offered to house them in small houses — 10 Europeans holed up in each one. This occurred while I was a Director of a previous company and setting up an apprentice scheme to train up young machinists. I politely informed him I would not be taking him up on his offer.

Some time ago I received an extraordinary phone call. A well-spoken gentleman offered me “batches” of 5 to 10 Eastern Europeans who could legally be brought in by a recruitment company. They could undercut all local agreements on pay and they even offered to house them in small houses — 10 Europeans holed up in each one. This occurred while I was a Director of a previous company and setting up an apprentice scheme to train up young machinists. I politely informed him I would not be taking him up on his offer.

Some time ago I received an extraordinary phone call. A well-spoken gentleman offered me “batches” of 5 to 10 Eastern Europeans who could legally be brought in by a recruitment company. They could undercut all local agreements on pay and they even offered to house them in small houses — 10 Europeans holed up in each one. This occurred while I was a Director of a previous company and setting up an apprentice scheme to train up young machinists. I politely informed him I would not be taking him up on his offer.

Some time ago I received an extraordinary phone call. A well-spoken gentleman offered me “batches” of 5 to 10 Eastern Europeans who could legally be brought in by a recruitment company. They could undercut all local agreements on pay and they even offered to house them in small houses — 10 Europeans holed up in each one. This occurred while I was a Director of a previous company and setting up an apprentice scheme to train up young machinists. I politely informed him I would not be taking him up on his offer.

There’s so much BS in the world.  People pursing bigger cars, bigger houses and bigger salaries…..”

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