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Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Yankee101: 7:21pm On May 03
spinna:
The uncertainty of paid employment. Everyone on salary should divert a portion of his pay towards building a profitable biz

Even business people are crying

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Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by MondayOsunbor(m): 7:23pm On May 03
olumide4christ:


Okay...so the 30 million people that lost their job in USA made a mistake by voting Donald Trump or what are you saying?

Everything is caused by Buhari... even when a drunk man falls into the gutter, it is Buhari's fault. Do you know that some people who have nothing to do with government have become millionaires, started businesses, got juicy contracts and jobs since 2015?
Buhari has his issues, but is definitely not the cause of all the problems we may have.

see your reasoning so if nigeria turn to dubai over night who will take all the glory ?

but it is not his fault if we find ourselves in recession abi
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by deavicky(m): 7:30pm On May 03
ledaman:
Fool not full !
my mistake
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by smasher1(m): 7:34pm On May 03
Lostz:


most of those people did not become unavailable permanently. it was only temporary due to the shutdown.

jobs like in aviation industry, manufacturing, transportation and all that will return once everything is over.

also know that most of those workers in the US are being furloughed not sacked.

I know you think US is your useless Nigeria.

When would everything be over? 2 years time or thereabout. Banks(businesses) don't sack or close down shops and everything goes back to normal.
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by smasher1(m): 7:40pm On May 03
PigTormentor:


See how shallow you are calling Nigeria "useless".

may be you are useless but I know many Nigerians that are NOT.

Laid off and furlough doesn't mean that you will be rehired. Some are just using the word furlough because they took Federal money through the CARES program which states that they cannot fire their employees or else they will not qualify for the loans and other freebies.
I have worked for at least 5 top fortune 500 US companies and I know how they think and operate.
Yes, they will love to hire back these people just like Access would too if business is booming but it will not "automatically" go back to booming as soon as you naively stated. Even the most optimistic economist knows it will take time to get back to where we used to be.

Are people going to be going to restaurants like they used to, are they going to be flying like they used to, are they going to feel comfortable going on vacations like they used to knowing they could get laid off anytime, are they going to be buying cars and electronic like they used to ? HELL NO.

The airlines will have to reduce their flight schedule which in turn will reduce the demand for staff, planes, food vendors, cleaning vendors and the list goes on and on.
Pls go to business school or at least learn some basic economics reality before posting trash.

Thanks for this practical advice

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Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Neyoohpompy(m): 8:00pm On May 03
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NigPatriot:


You guys say all these multiple sources of income as if it happens by just a wand of a finger. Whenever you post stuff like this, go further in sharing opportunities. That's the way it's done.
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by tim1256(m): 8:08pm On May 03
Shibaraba:
This is why I fear 9 to 5 jobs. I've been on phone with my guy since he learnt that ejigbo branch has closed. Man is scared. He just wedded ni o. So glad I didn't give one slot away to one snake. If everything goes south he'll be getting a better job with juicier pay.

Bottom line. Always have a contingency plan. Life can dribble o

Help a brother please.
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by hadex90(m): 8:10pm On May 03
so it's because of the effect of covid-19 that is making access bank to steal small small money from my account almost everyday?
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by OPUBO7(m): 8:22pm On May 03
Neictraema:


http://saharareporters.com/2020/05/02/exclusive-pregnant-access-bank-cashier-collapses-lagos-after-receiving-sack-letter
that's why I never supported the merger on-the-go first place, people do that think, they accept anything because of the glitter around it
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by NigPatriot(m): 8:32pm On May 03
Neyoohpompy:
Start trading cryptocurrency today...

Tutor me please
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by andrewtosin(m): 8:36pm On May 03
Mizwisdom:
2 weeks was enough to get our acts together, instead we chose to copy the West who can always manipulate all the world economic organizations in their favor. Do we really understand that we are Africans or we think we are Europeans & Americans. No right thinking African country should have joined the lockdown, same way Europe and America weren't lockdown during Ebola, shutting down the economy is too expensive for any African country to deal with. This is only the beginning. We just don't have leaders and followers with sense
lock down is the best way to contain this thing sis
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Triplerg: 8:36pm On May 03
MYMINDER:


The bank is struggling. COVID-19 is just a smokescreen.
You right. Yet they went ahead to donate 1bn to FG
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by mandandit: 9:00pm On May 03
Not surprising
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by 9jaRealist: 9:29pm On May 03
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by SafariBoy(m): 10:04pm On May 03
vanida6:
Dat is d reason why i hate bank jobs,,,dey will sack u at any stage
No be only for bank ooo
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Neyoohpompy(m): 10:52pm On May 03
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NigPatriot:


Tutor me please
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Mizwisdom(f): 11:46pm On May 03
andrewtosin:
lock down is the best way to contain this thing sis


We can't afford lockdown, the after effect will mean massive loss of jobs.
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by andrewtosin(m): 11:57pm On May 03
Mizwisdom:



We can't afford lockdown, the after effect will mean massive loss of jobs.
so people should be dying on the streets? undecided
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Vamos(m): 11:58pm On May 03
Who sent them to donate 1billion for federal government
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by AlhajaChinyere: 5:48am On May 04
Lostz:

we are very sure access is never going to hire back people. they have been looking excuse to get rid of workers inherited from diamond Bank.

nothing goes back to normal in Nigeria. we just adapt to whatever situation we found ourselves. most people affected during the recent recession are still waiting to be called back.


people will go back to their normal lifestyle once there is a vaccine. it only takes months, everyone forget about covid19 and they start flying round the world again.


we are talking about working countries and you bring up useless Nigeria. will any bankrupted or cash strapped company get any benefit/financial assistance from your Nigerian government?

Ok but bear in mind that Nigeria government is useless because the Nigerian people are just as useless. The government is 100% reflection of the people it derives from! Don't forget that.

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Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Lostz(m): 6:46am On May 04
AlhajaChinyere:


Ok but bear in mind that Nigeria government is useless because the Nigerian people are just as useless. The government is 100% reflection of the people it derives from! Don't forget that.

they are still useless
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by 9jaRealist: 6:55pm On May 04
AlhajaChinyere:
Ok but bear in mind that Nigeria government is useless because the Nigerian people are just as useless. The government is 100% reflection of the people it derives from! Don't forget that.

BLESS YOU!
Nigeria’s condition is the culmination of the actions (by commission or omission) of ALL Nigerians!

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Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by 9jaRealist: 6:57pm On May 04
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So from whom or where did this ‘pregnant cashier’ receive her sack letter? shocked


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Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Bluntintrovert1(f): 9:43am On May 05
Oh, really pity her. Never depend on anyone/ organization, disappointments are bound to set in. Honestly, I don't like bank jobs, the stress and all. And big thanks to this lockdown and a friend who pushed me, I had the opportunity to think out of the box. Working for someone isn't all that easy. Be your own boss, start little.

Consistency beats talents. grin
Las las we all go smile.
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by ProfDview1: 5:05am On May 06
Kokopiper:
. Explain
Pls send ur msg here.. Don't have access to my mail
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by platodeen(m): 6:37pm On May 06
franksam2009:
What were you all expecting to be the outcome of a total economy lock-down without proper planning undecided


But tell me d professional sense in this cos as a professional accountant, I still could not understand d retrenchment. No one is an island of knowledge, the say;

This bank and some other organizations went ahead to donate billions of naira to the government to simply reduce 'death' dat would be caused by the pandemic, knowing dat staffs are likely to be retrenched at d end of it all. But why not use the money to sustain the workers as palliative measures rather than lavishing it on d government who already had our taxes trapped in their care?

I am sure d said retrenched workers would even appreciate this kind of gesture if it had come earlier before the advent of the pandemic, because this at this time, looks more of cruelty than economy: absolute man's inhumanity to man.

Does the donation achieve the purpose?
As of today their are 385 discharged of covid-19 and 85 deaths.
But at the same time, due to d retrenchment, there were over 1000 admitted at d hospitals and over 600 like deaths... from a reliable source
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Millenniumlady(f): 10:32pm On May 23
Nyamve1:
That's very bad, may God sustain her
done so tell me what you want to say
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Nyamve1: 10:36pm On May 23
Millenniumlady:
done so tell me what you want to say
so wonderful u are, beautiful, jovial, must especially very sincere
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Millenniumlady(f): 10:39pm On May 23
Nyamve1:
so wonderful u are, beautiful, jovial, must especially very sincere
Thank you i appreciate
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Nyamve1: 10:41pm On May 23
Millenniumlady:
Thank you i appreciate
u knw am new on nl, i dnt even knw anyone here
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Millenniumlady(f): 10:48pm On May 23
Nyamve1:
u knw am new on nl, i dnt even knw anyone here
But You register since 2019
Re: Sacked Pregnant Access Bank Cashier Collapses In Lagos After Receiving Letter by Nyamve1: 10:53pm On May 23
Millenniumlady:
But You register since 2019
yes, i did nt start logging in immediately

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