As small staff as possible? Daniel, where do you get …

Comment on Hardware giant Bunnings set to start construction of Alice store by Mick.

As small staff as possible? Daniel, where do you get your facts from? Having worked at Bunning part-time while going through Uni interstate, I can tell you they do not employ as small amount of staff as possible. And I can bet you them will be some of the happiest workers in Alice Springs with how Bunnings treats its employees. Before you comment you should have some knowledge about Bunnings.

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In Ipswich and Logan a few years ago, Centrelink trialled a payment system where the amount of your benefit was directly linked to the amount your children attended school. For example, a child went everyday of the fortnight they got 100% of the benefit, if they went 4 of the 10 days, they got 40% ect. The truancy rate fell to virtually zero. But it was never brought in throughout Australia for two reasons, teachers complained it was “too hard” for them to report roles to Centrelink every day. It wasn’t. I know because I worked at one of the schools. And two of the “do gooders” stated that it was racist. It was not racist or discriminatory in any way. It was for every colour, creed or religion that attended school and it worked!


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