On Friday 23 November 2001 10:21, cybersean3000 at yahoo.com wrote:
> I moved here from America (with my wife and kids) in March. On 5
> October, I was made redundant, and a company of 10 last Summer is now a
> company of 2.
Yeah, my last employer (in England) is currently down to 4 employees + the
owner of the company. They won't be hiring anyone - I'd be reasonably
surprised if they last until the end of the year, though they're quite
> My previous employers are in America, and the state of
> things there make us not want to return right now.
Strange the way things are going - I remember when it seemed every Irish
person wanted to go to America or Australia...
> It is particularly difficult for me because you Irish take care of your
> own first, and places like Cable Wireless Ireland are bold enough to say
> "We are going to hire an Irish person!" It is amazing that I get any
> interviews at all.
I'm pretty sure there's laws against that - Maybe they don't apply
if you're not an E.U. citizen ?
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