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  • Aloha1
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    All your base are belong to us

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  • Lance
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

    I'm from Yorkshire. English isn't my strong point either.
    You can always tell a Yorkshireman, but you can't tell him much.

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by Lance View Post

    knew
    I'm from Yorkshire. English isn't my strong point either.

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  • Lance
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

    I kind of new there would be cases like this. I've also come across them as well. I think my comment was more a wish than a statement I think
    knew

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by zonkkk View Post

    You might be surprised... QA software manager (permie) at my current client (multinational corporation) has at least 2 mistakes in every sentence. Makes me cringe, and I am not a native English speaker either.

    This is no joke! In addition to that he is completely useless! But has an MBA from a UK university... possibly the worst recruiting mistake in the history of that company!

    Oh and he uses ''the" in front of everyone's name when he talks about them...
    I kind of new there would be cases like this. I've also come across them as well. I think my comment was more a wish than a statement I think

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  • Lance
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    Originally posted by Nancy Little View Post
    Yes, my agency recommend three Umbrella companies to me, but my client said I need to investigate the Umbrella company myself if I wish to switch agency. That confused me. If I hire a umbrella company, my agency will stop working for me. And my new situation is Client-- umbrella--me?
    you don't hire an agency or an umbrella. They hire you.

    When you say the agency take 10%, do they then loan you the money as a tax avoidance vehicle? That's the only situation I'm aware of where 10% is taken from your day rate before you getting it.

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  • zonkkk
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

    Of course your client can't recommend an umbrella but you already said your agent can.

    I can't help. Your English is so bad your post makes no sense. I am starting to think sockie. No one can work for a client with that level of English even if you are a coder.
    You might be surprised... QA software manager (permie) at my current client (multinational corporation) has at least 2 mistakes in every sentence. Makes me cringe, and I am not a native English speaker either.

    This is no joke! In addition to that he is completely useless! But has an MBA from a UK university... possibly the worst recruiting mistake in the history of that company!

    Oh and he uses ''the" in front of everyone's name when he talks about them...

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by Nancy Little View Post
    Yes, my agency recommend three Umbrella companies to me, but my client said I need to investigate the Umbrella company myself if I wish to switch agency. That confused me. If I hire a umbrella company, my agency will stop working for me. And my new situation is Client-- umbrella--me?
    And think all your problems come down to a really poor grasp of the English language.

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  • Nancy Little
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    Yes, my agency recommend three Umbrella companies to me, but my client said I need to investigate the Umbrella company myself if I wish to switch agency. That confused me. If I hire a umbrella company, my agency will stop working for me. And my new situation is Client-- umbrella--me?

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  • Nancy Little
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

    Of course your client can't recommend an umbrella but you already said your agent can.

    I can't help. Your English is so bad your post makes no sense. I am starting to think sockie. No one can work for a client with that level of English even if you are a coder.
    I am sorry that my poor English confused you. thank you for your patient.

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