Race to the bottom of the Labour Market gets a new boost - as Asylum Seekers can now work

Catalpast

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Yes Folks we have now opened the Irish Labour Market to the World

This will mean a further race to the bottom of the Labour Market as we will see a huge influx of people from the Third World making Ireland their new home

Obviously they will be prepared to work for less than the natives or ironically even the recent arrivals of 'New Irish'

No surprise that this has cross party support

- at least that of Right wing parties is understandable

- but the sham Leftism of what passed for 'The Left' in Irish Politics is once again exposed for what it is

- The Tale of a Great Sham....

Adults in direct provision 'to be allowed to work'
https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/1004/909721-adults-direct-provision/
 


realistic1

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Yes Folks we have now opened the Irish Labour Market to the World

This will mean a further race to the bottom of the Labour Market as we will see a huge influx of people from the Third World making Ireland their new home

Obviously they will be prepared to work for less than the natives or ironically even the recent arrivals of 'New Irish'

No surprise that this has cross party support

- at least that of Right wing parties is understandable

- but the sham Leftism of what passed for 'The Left' in Irish Politics is once again exposed for what it is

- The Tale of a Great Sham....

Adults in direct provision 'to be allowed to work'
https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/1004/909721-adults-direct-provision/
So if this is correct will an Asylum seeker who works 40 hours a week, still be entitled to free accommodation and medical card?
 

Gin Soaked

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We have a minimum wage.

Other roles are already subject to free competition with EU citizens.

Salaries have to be competitive in the private sector.

Housing is a big barrier.

Yet, there is a huge cohort of unemployable native chavs who can't get or hold service industry jobs which are already full of eastern Europeans.

Can't see asylum seekers being an issue in the labour market.

Integration is a bigger issue though.
 

Gin Soaked

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So if this is correct will an Asylum seeker who works 40 hours a week, still be entitled to free accommodation and medical card?
They hate direct provision accommodation and rental housing supply is still chronically short....
 

ruserious

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Perhaps working asylum seekers can be taken out of direct provision and pay their own way, reducing costs for the State.
 

razorblade

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They most likely have scammed their way to this country the only thing they should be doing is hopping on the 1st plane home.
 

HarshBuzz

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Perhaps working asylum seekers can be taken out of direct provision and pay their own way, reducing costs for the State.
Exactly! Who could possibly argue that a working asylum seeker is somehow a worse proposition than a non-working one?

Apart from the 'dey tuk oor jobs' brigade of course.
 

mr_anderson

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So if this is correct will an Asylum seeker who works 40 hours a week, still be entitled to free accommodation and medical card?

As an Irishman, can I leave this country and return as an 'asylum seeker' ?
Financially, I'd be much better off.
 

ionsniffer

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our own low skilled school leavers looking for work in retail or tourism may as well just immigrate.
no need for them any longer
 

HarshBuzz

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our own low skilled school leavers looking for work in retail or tourism may as well just immigrate.
no need for them any longer
Or....revolutionary suggestion.....they could get more skills?
 

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Yes Folks we have now opened the Irish Labour Market to the World

This will mean a further race to the bottom of the Labour Market as we will see a huge influx of people from the Third World making Ireland their new home

Obviously they will be prepared to work for less than the natives or ironically even the recent arrivals of 'New Irish'

No surprise that this has cross party support

- at least that of Right wing parties is understandable

- but the sham Leftism of what passed for 'The Left' in Irish Politics is once again exposed for what it is

- The Tale of a Great Sham....

Adults in direct provision 'to be allowed to work'
https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/1004/909721-adults-direct-provision/
May the Labour Party/SF/PBP members to a man and woman finish their days dangling from a rope slung over a tree,,,,,, and soon.
 

ShoutingIsLeadership

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Yes Folks we have now opened the Irish Labour Market to the World

This will mean a further race to the bottom of the Labour Market as we will see a huge influx of people from the Third World making Ireland their new home

Obviously they will be prepared to work for less than the natives or ironically even the recent arrivals of 'New Irish'

No surprise that this has cross party support

- at least that of Right wing parties is understandable

- but the sham Leftism of what passed for 'The Left' in Irish Politics is once again exposed for what it is

- The Tale of a Great Sham....

Adults in direct provision 'to be allowed to work'
https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/1004/909721-adults-direct-provision/
What's it like going through life, carrying such hate?
 

devoutcapitalist

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but it is FG & FF cheered on by SF and the rest of the looney left who are implementing this.
I noticed that in the RTE link that the Op provided that no politician spoke out against Flanagan's decision to implement the Supreme Court ruling.
 

pumpkinpie

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I predict the government comes up with some incentive for companies to employ asylum seekers, a bit like Merkel's plan in Germany to have employers pay them 1 euro an hour and the government would pay the rest, except that they wouldn't work for less than minimum wage. She also wanted to make truck driving licences cheap enough for asylum seekers to be able to afford, look how well that turned out.
 


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