A TaxMans lot is not a happy one

#2
Nearly 200 junior tax inspectors are to attend a "spring school" in the Lincolnshire countryside this month.

The 2½-day course will urge dispirited tax staff to take a "radical" approach to the tedious business of processing tax returns and their other mundane tasks.

According to course paperwork, students will be encouraged to "challenge the status quo" and "Be MAD" - that is "Make A Difference".

The course also purports to give staff the mysterious ability to "speak the future into existence" through "learning interventions" and "one-to-one feedback sessions".
Maybe 49 Para, bolstered by a contingent of arrsers should find this school and do a camp attack and give these poor tax people special one to one sessions.
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#3
It's a sad day when the tax man feels unmotivated and useless. I sympathise and empathise. Whenever I deal with the taxman, I also feel demotivated and that my time earning my bread and water is wasted.
 
#6
qman said:
Discontent is rife within the ranks of Britain's army ............
Wow the telegraph have managed a double whammy!
As at 1 April 2007 Full Time Trained Strength is 99,280 and Requirement 101,800.

HMRC has slightly higher numbers (102,500) so yes it is an army and one that is presently bigger than the British Army.

But there are 1,542,000 poeple working in the NHS. Which still cannot or will not provide decent medical cover for the armed forces of course
 

qman

War Hero
#7
I don't think we can blame the NHS for a government failing. We can blame them for being completely shite at admin though. Oh and that cnut Blair as well.
 

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