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tlowe Posted - 29/11/2010 : 15:52:21
i am having great trouble finding a sponsor for permitted work in my area(hereford). is there a way of finding out from perhaps a central body/organisation? i have tried local dea who had no idea,also tried "likely" bodies to no avail. help!!!!!!!
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trebor Posted - 30/11/2010 : 08:39:54
In my area it has almost become impossible to get this type of work as employers want people to work 20 hours, they do not seem interested in employing people for less then sixteen.

The job center are not interested telling people to try and find it your self, when you do they turn it down as not meeting the requirements.

But perhaps people like the Shaw Trust or Remploy might be able to help, but I'd not hold my breath if i was you.

But this is the best time of the year to get something with Christmas just around the corner people like Asda Tesco might be willing.

It's hard work is it not....

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