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JD Sports Big Brand Sale now on. Instore and online Free delivery over £60 or £3.99 for home delivery under £60. Or Free Click and collect to any JD Sports store Free returns in store or £2.50 f… Read More
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5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
JD Sports Big Brand Sale now on. Instore and online

Free delivery over £60 or £3.99 for home delivery under £60. Or Free Click and collect to any JD Sports store

Free returns in store or £2.50 for courier collection

5.5% possible cashback on sale items through Quidco. I was forced to use Quidco on this transaction as Topcashback only offer 1.15% on sale items
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2 Likes #1
Considering the way they treat the people who work for them, it has to be freezing from anyone with any kind of conscience about how British workers are treated.
#2
thomasleep
Considering the way they treat the people who work for them, it has to be freezing from anyone with any kind of conscience about how British workers are treated.


ehhh? are you sure youre not talking about sportsdirect or have i missed something?
1 Like #3
Right Thomasleep that's enough HKUD for one day oO
2 Likes #4
I dont care how any of the shops treat UK workers,give me great deals. If you dont like your jobs then leave
1 Like #5
dougrobbins78
Right Thomasleep that's enough HKUD for one day oO
http://www.channel4.com/news/jd-sports-investigation Please feel free to remove the post after reading this
1 Like #6
thomasleep
dougrobbins78
Right Thomasleep that's enough HKUD for one day oO
http://www.channel4.com/news/jd-sports-investigation Please feel free to remove the post after reading this

Nah you're alright. I think there's Taiwanese child labour that you should get yourself so worked up over. JD Sports warehouse workers not allowed to use their mobile phones at work ain't a war crime

I'm surprised you had to dig this well written uparticle and it wasn't front page news!

Edited By: dougrobbins78 on Dec 28, 2016 04:11
1 Like #7
Oh and out of interest; may I know where you shop for clothes that treats it staff impeccably? I'd love to know
#8
dougrobbins78
thomasleep
dougrobbins78
Right Thomasleep that's enough HKUD for one day oO
http://www.channel4.com/news/jd-sports-investigation Please feel free to remove the post after reading this
Nah you're alright. I think there's Taiwanese child labour that you should get yourself so worked up over. JD Sports warehouse workers not allowed to use their mobile phones at work ain't a war crime
I'm surprised you had to dig this well written uparticle and it wasn't front page news!
You did not even watch it(evident from posting a reply in less time the the editorial runs for), so you have no valid comments to make . You just carry on though talking to yourself bye bye now :)
#9
Please watch this before buying anything from this company http://www.channel4.com/news/jd-sports-investigation and at least make an informed decision
#10
Only one thing the working can do in that situation, is go on strike. Everyone else seems to be doing it
#11
thomasleep
Considering the way they treat the people who work for them, it has to be freezing from anyone with any kind of conscience about how British workers are treated.


thats royalty for you, king of trainers n everythin..
#12
I am a Union steward, and those policies look entirely reasonable to me. Workers shouldn't have the distraction of their smartphones in dangerous environments. The sale looks good. Voted hot.
1 Like #13
I don't think the workers are unfairly treated compared to what goes on in the world. What clothing company would want the workers having chewing gum round their clothes for, knowing people often spit it out? The phones could be banned because they might have unreleased shoes or clothing. No food or drink in the warehouse, that makes sense too. Also didn't mention if you can leave food, drink and mobile in a locker before you enter the warehouse. Not much of an undercover programme. Just because it was done by the media on a brainwashing machine doesn't mean it's 100% accurate.

http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2016/10/syrian-child-refugees-making-uk-clothes-for-asos-ms.html

This is hard labour in my eyes from company's who operate in the U.K.
Heat added for the sale OP.
1 Like #14
Are you saying only British workers should be treated well? I don't get why it matters if they are British or not. Why did you even mention British? Shouldn't we be concerned for everyone's work treatment whether they are British or not. Or is it ok to treat other people unfairly?
1 Like #15
Put off by the £4 delivery - was free before Xmas
#16
jayonline85
Are you saying only British workers should be treated well? I don't get why it matters if they are British or not. Why did you even mention British? Shouldn't we be concerned for everyone's work treatment whether they are British or not. Or is it ok to treat other people unfairly?
I mentioned British workers because they are British workers, and the whole report is regarding British workers and the laws and rights that apply to them! And I am proud to support British workers.
#17
nexus76
I dont care how any of the shops treat UK workers,give me great deals. If you dont like your jobs then leave


that comment is why the country is in the state it is..get a life.
3 Likes #18
Its not as if the poor treatment of their staff equates to cheaper consumer prices!

The savings go into the organisations pockets.

JD is a rip off. But the 'youth' find it cool to pay over the odds for something that looks vile!!

Edited By: Gollywood on Dec 28, 2016 13:48: yogi bear
2 Likes #19
nice to see, this got what it deserves :)
1 Like #20
sick
#21
barnehurst
Put off by the £4 delivery - was free before Xmas
Really? human rights of the people who make the crap or the workers rights of the UK employees, no £4 does it for you.
#22
thomasleep
Considering the way they treat the people who work for them, it has to be freezing from anyone with any kind of conscience about how British workers are treated.


Yeah cause there's no other jobs out there is there? If they workers were treated that badly they would either leave or strike there's nothing keeping them there except their own choices.

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