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Wednesday, 1 June 2016

HMRC Shows Signs of Desperation


A loyal reader advises me that HMRC staff were "out and about" in the Livingston shopping centre the other day, handing out job application forms to shoppers for vacancies in their call centres.

Seemingly a 68 year old friend of the loyal reader was handed one, and asked if he would consider working for them.

Whilst it is admirable that HMRC is not ageist, this scatter gun approach does indicate that HMRC is a tad desperate.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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2 comments:

  1. The Whitehall Farce continues...

    This could only have been dreampt up by a 'fastracker' inculcated in the Paceshitter arts.

    What next, TV/Radio ads, social media, bribery, threats perhaps even 'Shanghaing'.

    B.S. of the highest order, close it down and replace it with private sector FFS!

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  2. This is an absolute farce not to mention a waste of taxpayers money. My suggestion for improved customer service and cost savings would be to transfer it to the private sector.

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