Wheelchair User Applies For Job At ATOS- But Can’t Access The Interview


Sometimes you just have to laugh!

Same Difference

This is classic. Should I laugh or cry? Do ATOS want us to work or not?

 

 

The controversial firm which tells disabled people in the UK if they are fit to work was unable to interview a Tyneside job applicant – because he was in a wheelchair.

Jamie Shield, 25, applied for a position with Atos – paid millions of taxpayers’ money by the Government to carry out employment tests – and was invited for an interview.

But he was told he could not be seen after all because a lift only went to the fifth floor of their Durham office – and they were on the sixth.

A “principal resource specialist” from the company, Karoline Bajcer, added insult to injury when she wrote to Jamie to apologise – with a spelling mistake.

She told him: “Please except (sic) our apologies but we have no facilities to get…

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