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Work reluctant to increase hours due to head injury?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by helpimcrap, 17 Feb 2021.

  1. GinG

    Soldato

    Joined: 22 Jul 2006

    Posts: 7,407

    When MP's mates are being given multi million pound contracts please dont feel bad about getting help from the state.

    We all pay taxes to allow us all to live a decent lifestyle, this also allows to give a helping hand to those that need it.

    Please don't feel bad about a bit of financial help, you are doing everything you can bur if you can get some relief with a little helping hand from the government please do.

    There is one thing being proud, but what's the point if you are treading water and on the edge of drowning?
     
  2. FBi7

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 19 Jun 2009

    Posts: 1,006

    Location: Central Scotland

    How many hours per week do you work now?
     
  3. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

    Joined: 13 Jan 2004

    Posts: 12,548

    Location: Leicestershire

    This is an idea. I'm not registered disabled however, as said, I have a fair bit I've been made aware of and all I need is a yes or no.
     
  4. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

    Joined: 13 Jan 2004

    Posts: 12,548

    Location: Leicestershire

    30. Well 32 and 30 mins unpaid break. Go NHS lol.
     
  5. randomshenans

    Capodecina

    Joined: 11 Sep 2009

    Posts: 12,413

    Location: France, Alsace

    You should not be as hard on yourself dude. Even reading your username, I'm like ah man... you're not crap!

    Vote name change to "anythingbutcrap"
     
  6. Dup

    Capodecina

    Joined: 10 Mar 2006

    Posts: 10,353

    Location: East Lancs

    With the NHS you should have access to some sort of occupational health service I would have thought. Worth asking, but I would get the verdict from your GP first and foremost as they will have all the facts in your records plus assessing yourself as you are now.

    Plus to reiterate as others have said, there's no need to feel ashes of seeking a top up from the government. The schemes are there for people like you who are honest and getting stuck in. If you're ever unemployed you should also always sign on as they top up your tax contributions. My dad didn't sign on for years and they wouldn't pay him JSA when he eventually did because he had a long time with no national insurance contributions.
     
  7. helpimcrap

    Capodecina

    Joined: 13 Jan 2004

    Posts: 12,548

    Location: Leicestershire

    If I'm filling it out right I'm not eligible for anything. Ah well.