Daily Mail - redundancy mess up.

#2
This has been happening a while now and to be honest, most the SNCOs that were made redundant have, unsurprisingly enough, told pusser to ram it!
They've spent the best part of their life being sent around the world, here there and everywhere, fair enough that's what we sign up for, but when it's back to back ships and deployments at short notices, short on crew with gapped billets and then made redundant, followed by getting a civvy job and sorting your life outside, then to get a phone call saying "will you come back for 3 more years of being shafted and an ineligibility for promotion", what would you say?
 
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babygravy

Lantern Swinger
#3
As all the engineering SRs made redundant will tell pusser to do one, will they simply not move to a more aggressive approach, and force them back under the recall liability?
 
#4
As all the engineering SRs made redundant will tell pusser to do one, will they simply not move to a more aggressive approach, and force them back under the recall liability?
That never happened when they made precisely the same cock up in '91/'92 when all the redundancies were made.

It's good to know the powers that be have long memories and don't make the same mistake twice!!!
 

sootblower

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#10
I suppose the starting point for negotiation for re-entry is for the RN to offer similar terms & conditions to industry and allow us to keep our pension and lump sum. If that was on the table there may be the potential to get those that have left through the gates.
 
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