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    Quote Originally Posted by stek View Post
    I don't think that's true, T2G min sal is around £30k I think, and T2ICT Long term to £41k (T2ICT Short Term is closed) - and no contracting allowed.
    I wasn't being literal. You wouldn't get a contractor working for that though, would you
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    I wasn't being literal. You wouldn't get a contractor working for that though, would you
    Understood. I was making the point that T2 isn't the open door for cheap Indians some here like Coolcat seem to think is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stek View Post
    Understood. I was making the point that T2 isn't the open door for cheap Indians some here like Coolcat seem to think is.
    But I wonder how many are working under 'Training' visas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    Thanks.

    I got Mark Perring's email address (he wasted my time a couple of years ago) His email signature and linkedin profile don't suggest he's the big boss though
    I'm not sure if there is a big boss. It doesn't look like a LTD company and the MRP initials????
    I'd say he's a one-man recruiter with a website.

    He trawls the job boards and bothers people directly whilst hoping they don't twig. Lack of any companies house presence would worry me.
    Why not ask them why the site is still dated 2011, and can you have their company and VAT numbers so you can do due diligence before you'll let them put you forward for a role?

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    Cheap Engineers push your salary/rate up, why ?

    because the sh*t mundane stuff gets done cheap, increasing the profitability of the company and they can pay more tor the really difficult stuff.

    I work in a company that now uses plenty of "cheap" offshore Engineers, and not only do I now earn more than I did before we starting using them. I have an easier life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    This agent who had wasted a lot of my time in the past started calling me on Aug 29th I told him I was not interested and put him on my blocked list. He has tried to call me 35 times in total, several attempts per day, as I can see his calls still appear in my missed calls list. He never ever leaves a voicemail or sends an email. Surely this can be classified as stalking? The agency he works for doesn't seem to be a member of Rec or APSCo.
    Can't even find the agency on company check.
    And people told me I was silly for always changing my phone number

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    You are.

    I still get calls from people I met ages ago who are worth speaking to.

    I just block the annoying agencies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    You are.

    I still get calls from people I met ages ago who are worth speaking to.

    I just block the annoying agencies.
    He also moved house and went into witness protection

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    This agent who had wasted a lot of my time in the past started calling me on Aug 29th I told him I was not interested and put him on my blocked list. He has tried to call me 35 times in total, several attempts per day, as I can see his calls still appear in my missed calls list. He never ever leaves a voicemail or sends an email. Surely this can be classified as stalking? The agency he works for doesn't seem to be a member of Rec or APSCo.
    Can't even find the agency on company check.
    Tell them that your business model is to steal agency contracts by going direct and then ask them for the client details.

    Then pass their details onto hair gel wholesalers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    But I wonder how many are working under 'Training' visas.
    I wonder how much of their salaries is being withheld for company provided amenities etc.

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