Free dry cleaning for those that are unemployed and have an interview at Timpson - no need to be on the dole
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Free dry cleaning for those that are unemployed and have an interview at Timpson - no need to be on the dole

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Found 21st Mar
Thought it would be rude not too! Just a reminder again about timpsons...

Extract below from their website

At Timpson we’ll help you look your best when times are tough so if you’re unemployed and going for an interview we’ll clean an outfit for you free of charge.

This is available from 500 of our locations nationwide.

You don’t need a voucher to receive this support just pop into your local Timpson and have a chat with our colleagues who will make sure that you’re off to a genuine interview. So long as the items you bring in are for a genuine job interview we’ll help you on your way.

Hope it helps someone who is looking to get employed, and good luck with your interview(s) already.

Before people jump on to it - suggesting it has been posted before - I checked and it has been over a month already so in keeping with the policies I reposted, in the hope that it reminds and helps someone in need.
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h3llo_fr1end2 h, 55 m ago

Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not i …Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not including his 12% bonus and the 95% redundancy payout he just received. His current status is unemployed, but he has an interview next week that’s pretty much just formalities, he’s already got the job. Should Jeff get a free Dry Clean?


Yes, because Jeff is currently unemployed. Last year, when he was employed he no doubt worked for his money and earned every penny of it, including his 12% bonus. So why, now that he has been made redundant through no fault of his own, should Jeff not receive the same levels of support offered to let's say "Tony", who may never have worked a day in his life, contributing nothing to our society, yet continues to receive whatever form of "jobseeker's allowance" is currently utilised?

In fact, should our government still demand from Jeff that he pays the near enough £3-4k a month that he would have been paying in tax and national insurance that he would have otherwise been paying when employed, because well, you know, he has the money just sitting there? It's not like Jeff still has a family to provide for is it?

OP - great service you are highlighting, heated.
Idiotic poster above - you are a clown
Edited by: "Kloppenhagen" 21st Mar
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Wonder if they do tracksuits?
Time for monthly reminders!!
Xboxgamer32117 m ago

I agree @vassy4u is it that time of the month again.


I ain't your monthly reminder Go have a look yourself
Darn, my interview isn't at Timpsons! Lol.
Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not including his 12% bonus and the 95% redundancy payout he just received. His current status is unemployed, but he has an interview next week that’s pretty much just formalities, he’s already got the job.

Should Jeff get a free Dry Clean?
how many people would have an intview at Timpson anyway ?
wendyak2 h, 15 m ago

how many people would have an intview at Timpson anyway ?


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Ahem...! I think it's more polite to call it unemployment benefit
h3llo_fr1end2 h, 55 m ago

Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not i …Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not including his 12% bonus and the 95% redundancy payout he just received. His current status is unemployed, but he has an interview next week that’s pretty much just formalities, he’s already got the job. Should Jeff get a free Dry Clean?


Yes, because Jeff is currently unemployed. Last year, when he was employed he no doubt worked for his money and earned every penny of it, including his 12% bonus. So why, now that he has been made redundant through no fault of his own, should Jeff not receive the same levels of support offered to let's say "Tony", who may never have worked a day in his life, contributing nothing to our society, yet continues to receive whatever form of "jobseeker's allowance" is currently utilised?

In fact, should our government still demand from Jeff that he pays the near enough £3-4k a month that he would have been paying in tax and national insurance that he would have otherwise been paying when employed, because well, you know, he has the money just sitting there? It's not like Jeff still has a family to provide for is it?

OP - great service you are highlighting, heated.
Idiotic poster above - you are a clown
Edited by: "Kloppenhagen" 21st Mar
Kloppenhagen10 m ago

Yes, because Jeff is currently unemployed. Last year, when he was employed …Yes, because Jeff is currently unemployed. Last year, when he was employed he no doubt worked for his money and earned every penny of it, including his 12% bonus. So why, now that he has been made redundant through no fault of his own, should Jeff not receive the same levels of support offered to let's say "Tony", who may never have worked a day in his life, contributing nothing to our society, yet continues to receive whatever form of "jobseeker's allowance" is currently utilised?In fact, should our government still demand from Jeff that he pays the near enough £3-4k a month that he would have been paying in tax and national insurance that he would have otherwise been paying when employed, because well, you know, he has the money just sitting there? It's not like Jeff still has a family to provide for is it?OP - great service you are highlighting, heated.Idiotic poster above - you are a clown


Well said!
gidsterc33 m ago

Ahem...! I think it's more polite to call it unemployment benefit


Depends on the recipient!
vassy4u4 h, 7 m ago

I ain't your monthly reminder Go have a look yourself


Apparently there's even an app for that.
Good post OP - ignore the self-absorbed Tories in the thread.
h3llo_fr1end5 h, 53 m ago

Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not i …Jeff just got made redundant, he earned 100K this year, that’s not including his 12% bonus and the 95% redundancy payout he just received. His current status is unemployed, but he has an interview next week that’s pretty much just formalities, he’s already got the job. Should Jeff get a free Dry Clean?


Why? What's the point of this post?..
Timpson in Newcastle is gonna be busy as!
The head of Timpson seems quite a genuine person. He’s written a few books on helping adoptive parents in the uk deal with their children who often come from very troubled backgrounds with all sorts of issues. He sells at cost price through their website.
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