A whole host of corporate vultures have teamed up with the DWP to launch an online campaign celebrating young people being coerced into working for no pay for some of the richest companies in the UK.
Marks & Spencer, Whitbread, Halfords and shamefully the BBC have all signed up to the #WEcan campaign which aims to encourage even more businesses to provide unpaid work experience positions instead of employing young people properly. The new initiative comes as the Government draws up plans to force all unemployed young people into permanent unpaid work if they are unable to find a job within six months of becoming unemployed. This means they have to find enough grubby companies and so-called charities who are prepared to take part in this shocking exploitation. The #WEcan campaign is part of an attempt to achieve this, so let’s fuck it up.
Already parasites from the welfare-to-work industry…
View original post 198 more words