Originally Posted by TC for short
I read your message and it made me smile. I was thinking about you all day yesterday. Just hearing from you is great and I'm writing this holding back the tears. You'll be in Hong Kong by now!
[quote=Avastar;86219]you've made the Daily Mail back home too!
Hopefully this is a mesage to everyone on 457 visas to be very careful and generally to check out the employer in terms of fulfilling their obligations.
It is probably cold comfort but at least everyone else agreeds with you that KPMG are b******ds !
These huge multi-nationals are very good at making 'hard business decisions' in a nanosecond ... which usually translates to 's*d off we don't need you any more and our care factor is zero'.
Hope you find something great in the UK - or somewhere else.
i really feel for you, we too have had friends go home recently because of work situations, all the best for the future.
Afraid KPMG aren't the only ones who are doing this. It's happened to loads of people. There a lots of companies who treat their employees like this, just makes it harder because of the visa. Still shocking though.
Hi Carolyn, it seems to me that KPMG does have obligations to you, what ever happened to moral and ethical obligations? You know the ones most decent and honest businesses follow? I'm so sorry you've been treated this way.
Originally Posted by caz and wayne
What an upset this is for your family. I just couldnt imagine it and to be seperated now from your husband and daughter............... just awful.
Good luck for the future
Really? I hadn't heard that. I'm aware of how slow it can be to get PR from SIR but that's all.
Originally Posted by wemadeit
Would be interested to find out more - any links for this?