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Re: Plz guide me

Postby kurupetos » Fri May 10, 2013 2:04 pm

johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby Tim Drayton » Fri May 10, 2013 2:48 pm

PS - Eating out is relatively expensive in Cyprus.
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby Tim Drayton » Fri May 10, 2013 2:52 pm

kurupetos wrote:
johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:


You don't want foreigners in Cyprus, then? Want me to leave?
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby kurupetos » Fri May 10, 2013 3:11 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:


You don't want foreigners in Cyprus, then? Want me to leave?

I don't want foreigners taking Cypriots' jobs, just because they are willing to work for less money, or because employers can abuse the system.

We have plenty of unemployed Cypriots here. Personally, I have decided to refuse services from companies employing foreigners. Enough is enough.

When we take control, foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job. It's all about proper management of workforce.
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby cyprusgrump » Fri May 10, 2013 3:20 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:


You don't want foreigners in Cyprus, then? Want me to leave?

I don't want foreigners taking Cypriots' jobs, just because they are willing to work for less money, or because employers can abuse the system.

We have plenty of unemployed Cypriots here. Personally, I have decided to refuse services from companies employing foreigners. Enough is enough.

When we take control, foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job. It's all about proper management of workforce.


Sadly, the EU prevents you from making such rules....
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby Tim Drayton » Fri May 10, 2013 3:30 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:


You don't want foreigners in Cyprus, then? Want me to leave?

I don't want foreigners taking Cypriots' jobs, just because they are willing to work for less money, or because employers can abuse the system.

We have plenty of unemployed Cypriots here. Personally, I have decided to refuse services from companies employing foreigners. Enough is enough.

When we take control, foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job. It's all about proper management of workforce.


So, on that magic day on which the sound of jackboots resounds from the streets, just which people of non pure Greek blood will you permit to stay here?
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby kurupetos » Fri May 10, 2013 3:31 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:


You don't want foreigners in Cyprus, then? Want me to leave?

I don't want foreigners taking Cypriots' jobs, just because they are willing to work for less money, or because employers can abuse the system.

We have plenty of unemployed Cypriots here. Personally, I have decided to refuse services from companies employing foreigners. Enough is enough.

When we take control, foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job. It's all about proper management of workforce.


Sadly, the EU prevents you from making such rules....

If this is the case, then there are two options: (a) change the EU legislation, (b) exit the EU. :wink:
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby Tim Drayton » Fri May 10, 2013 3:37 pm

kurupetos wrote: "... foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job."


If you do a bit of basic research you will discover that in order for an employer in Cyprus to employ a foreign national, they must advertise the job and request that applicants apply, not directly to themselves, but to a certain government office. If, in the course of this process, a Cypriot applies, the employer is refused permission to employ a foreigner and must employ a local instead. This is already the rule.

Of course, there is a principle of free movement in the EU and many Cypriots also avail themselves of this freedom to work in other European countries, quite probably more than foreigners who come here. It is a question of give and take.
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby kurupetos » Fri May 10, 2013 3:41 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
johnny1 wrote:where is this company?where r u from?if its with accomodation...then im interested also

Are you a Cypriot? Next time vote ELAM. You had your chance a few months ago, but I reckon you spoiled it. :wink:


You don't want foreigners in Cyprus, then? Want me to leave?

I don't want foreigners taking Cypriots' jobs, just because they are willing to work for less money, or because employers can abuse the system.

We have plenty of unemployed Cypriots here. Personally, I have decided to refuse services from companies employing foreigners. Enough is enough.

When we take control, foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job. It's all about proper management of workforce.


So, on that magic day on which the sound of jackboots resounds from the streets, just which people of non pure Greek blood will you permit to stay here?

What jackboots? :lol: I think that was clear from my previous post... :? Only those foreign workers needed to fill jobs. That doesn't mean foreign residents, who do not work here, but have the necessary funds, shouldn't be allowed to stay in Cyprus. But that's something completely different.

And BTW, immigration has nothing to do with foreign workforce. That nonsense has to stop too. A foreign worker should only be allowed to come here for a certain period of time (e.g. 2 years) and then return home. :wink:
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Re: Plz guide me

Postby Lordo » Fri May 10, 2013 3:42 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
kurupetos wrote: "... foreigners will not be allowed to work here, if an unemployed Cypriot can do the job."


If you do a bit of basic research you will discover that in order for an employer in Cyprus to employ a foreign national, they must advertise the job and request that applicants apply, not directly to themselves, but to a certain government office. If, in the course of this process, a Cypriot applies, the employer is refused permission to employ a foreigner and must employ a local instead. This is already the rule.

Of course, there is a principle of free movement in the EU and many Cypriots also avail themselves of this freedom to work in other European countries, quite probably more than foreigners who come here. It is a question of give and take.

i think not even hitler had this idea. it stinks of racism to me. certainly an employer must advertise the job and everybody should be considered on their merits. race should not be part of this process. i cant believe eu allows this.


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