Sacked npower staff 'disgusted' by letter urging them to celebrate firm's success

Sacked npower staff 'disgusted' by letter urging them to celebrate firm's success

Former staff of npower have spoken out about their revulsion at receiving letters from the firm asking them to ‘celebrate’ what the company is getting right – such as ‘putting the customers first’.

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Comments (8)

  • Dee
    Dee
    Mon, 2 Mar 2015 9:31am GMT
    Agree with Stuart C. This newsletter runs so many non-stories with misleading headlines. Is HR Grapeline affiliated with The Daily Mail??
  • Colin
    Colin
    Sat, 28 Feb 2015 5:28am GMT
    And so it goes on. Brighton & Hove City Council (Employers of Choice?) no better either. They can't even follow their own rules o redundancy then sending you a letter asking about your exoerience with them...what c****sss
  • Colin
    Colin
    Sat, 28 Feb 2015 5:28am GMT
    And so it goes on. Brighton & Hove City Council (Employers of Choice?) no better either. They can't even follow their own rules o redundancy then sending you a letter asking about your exoerience with them...what c****sss
  • Ray J
    Ray J
    Fri, 27 Feb 2015 8:18pm GMT
    You are not alone. Those made redundant at Worcester have also received the letter. Just how often does Npower have to apologise for their inefficiency ?
  • Stuart C
    Stuart C
    Fri, 27 Feb 2015 4:25pm GMT
    WOW this is one of the worst pieces i have ever read. It is misleading, nothing of news worthiness other than throwing oil on what appears a simmering pot of hate in any case.

    I would have thought greater care from a e-magazine with a lot of HR professionals reading, who like me will feel this is just another headline grabbing story that portrays HR as the Devil's work.

    Poor decision to run this in such a mileading way

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