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Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Jeg fortsetter å søke på jobber. Denne gang som Store Manager





Gmail - Store Manager (Job Reference Code: SM/ORMSKIRK (NEW))








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Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Store Manager (Job Reference Code: SM/ORMSKIRK (NEW))










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 7:42 PM





To:
recruitment@tjmorris.co.uk








Hi,

I read about this vacancy on the DirectGov-website and I wanted to please apply for this job.

I've worked as a Store Manager for four years, in the Norwegian grocery-chain Rimi, between 1998 and 2002.


I worked in Rimi, for twelve years, (from 1992 to 2004), and ten of these years, (from 1994 to 2004), I worked in different management-roles.

I had HR-responsibility for up to 20-25 employees, when I worked as a Store Manager, in Rimi, and one of the shops I worked as a Store Manager in, (Rimi Kalbakken, in Oslo), from 2000 to 2001, had a weekly turn-over, at around 850.000 NOK, (which is around £90.000).


I attach my CV and hope to hear back from you!

Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog





CV - Erik Ribsskog.doc
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Jeg sendte enda en e-post til PHSO





Gmail - Update/Fwd: PHSO Enquiry








Gmail



Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Update/Fwd: PHSO Enquiry










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 5:14 PM





To:
Phso.Enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk


Cc:
Postmottak Sivilombudsmannen <postmottak@sivilombudsmannen.no>








Hi,

could you at least please send me a folder, where it says about the procedure, regarding sending complaints, to the PHSO.

So that I know that you aren't 'pulling my leg', or anything like that.


Or if you have a link where this procedure is described.

Thanks in advance for the help with this!

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 4:33 PM
Subject: Re: PHSO Enquiry
To: Phso Enquiries <Phso.Enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>
Cc: Postmottak Sivilombudsmannen <postmottak@sivilombudsmannen.no>


Hi,

thank you for your e-mail.

I send about this to the Norwegian Ombudsman then.

I used to be in the Conservative Youth Party, in Norway, you see.

And the MP here in Walton is a Labour Party-politician.


But now with the EU and the EEA, I guess the Norwegian Ombudsman can deal with this.

Hope this is alright!

Thanks again for the e-mail.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog



PS.

The Norwegian Ombudsman never do anything with the many cases I send them.

But I think it's a bit strange that I has to send about this an MP.

I've been in contact with the PHSO earlier, and I can't remember that I had to send about the case to an MP then.



On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 4:02 PM, Phso Enquiries <Phso.Enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk> wrote:

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Dear Sir

Our reference: EN-161747 (please quote in any future correspondence).

Thank you for your email of 3 July 2013 to Miss Imogen Pearce. Miss Pearce has advised you that we are unable to consider your complaint about the Information Commissioner until an MP has asked us to. You are unhappy with this and asked that Miss Pearce escalate your email to a manager for a second opinion. I am responding to your email as a Customer Service Team Leader in this Office.

You explain that Wikipedia does not mention the need for complaints to be referred to us by an MP.

The information Miss Pearce has previously provided to you is correct.  The Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967 is the Act which governs our work. Section 5(1) of the Act states that only an MP can pass a complaint to us about government departments, such as the Information Commissioner.

It is up to the MP whether to pass your complaint to us or not. MPs often try to resolve complaints they receive from the public themselves.

You can find out who your constituency MP is by using the following website: www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/ or by telephoning the House of Commons Information Office on: 020 7219 4272.

Until an MP has passed your complaint to us, we cannot consider it.

I hope I have clarified matters for you.

Yours faithfully


Kevin Bennett
Customer Services Team Leader

Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Millbank Tower

Millbank
London

SW1P 4QP

T: 0345 015 4033


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Jeg sendte en ny e-post til PHSO





Gmail - PHSO Enquiry








Gmail



Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










PHSO Enquiry










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 4:33 PM





To:
Phso Enquiries <Phso.Enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>


Cc:
Postmottak Sivilombudsmannen <postmottak@sivilombudsmannen.no>








Hi,

thank you for your e-mail.

I send about this to the Norwegian Ombudsman then.

I used to be in the Conservative Youth Party, in Norway, you see.

And the MP here in Walton is a Labour Party-politician.


But now with the EU and the EEA, I guess the Norwegian Ombudsman can deal with this.

Hope this is alright!

Thanks again for the e-mail.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog



PS.

The Norwegian Ombudsman never do anything with the many cases I send them.

But I think it's a bit strange that I has to send about this an MP.

I've been in contact with the PHSO earlier, and I can't remember that I had to send about the case to an MP then.


On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 4:02 PM, Phso Enquiries <Phso.Enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk> wrote:

PROTECT

We are committed to keeping your information secure.  As part of that commitment we have decided that when we send you information by email we may have to remove some details.  This includes information that may identify you, or any other person and sometimes the organisation complained about.

Dear Sir

Our reference: EN-161747 (please quote in any future correspondence).

Thank you for your email of 3 July 2013 to Miss Imogen Pearce. Miss Pearce has advised you that we are unable to consider your complaint about the Information Commissioner until an MP has asked us to. You are unhappy with this and asked that Miss Pearce escalate your email to a manager for a second opinion. I am responding to your email as a Customer Service Team Leader in this Office.

You explain that Wikipedia does not mention the need for complaints to be referred to us by an MP.

The information Miss Pearce has previously provided to you is correct.  The Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967 is the Act which governs our work. Section 5(1) of the Act states that only an MP can pass a complaint to us about government departments, such as the Information Commissioner.

It is up to the MP whether to pass your complaint to us or not. MPs often try to resolve complaints they receive from the public themselves.

You can find out who your constituency MP is by using the following website: www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/ or by telephoning the House of Commons Information Office on: 020 7219 4272.

Until an MP has passed your complaint to us, we cannot consider it.

I hope I have clarified matters for you.

Yours faithfully


Kevin Bennett
Customer Services Team Leader

Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Millbank Tower

Millbank
London

SW1P 4QP

T: 0345 015 4033


Follow us on

fb  twitter  linkedin

If you think our decision is wrong, you can request a review. To enable us to review our decision you must provide us with evidence that our decision was based on inaccurate information; or you have new information that was not previously available to us; or we overlooked or misunderstood your complaint. To request a review, you can complete a ‘What to do if you think our decision is wrong’ form, which is available on our website: www.ombudsman.org.uk. Alternatively, you can contact Miss Pearce for the form. You would need to submit your review request form to us within three months of the date of this email.



The original of this email was scanned for viruses by Government Secure Intranet virus scanning service supplied exclusively by Cable & Wireless in partnership with MessageLabs.
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All email communications with PHSO pass through the Government Secure Intranet, and may be automatically logged, monitored and/or recorded for legal purposes.
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Jeg fikk sendt trafikk til bloggen, fra Wikipedia

trafikk på bloggen fra wiki

PS.

Jeg kikket på Wikipedia, og han Jeblad der, han skriver mye tull.

Blant annet er det visst galt, å redigere mer enn en gang, på en Wikipedia-side.

Bare for å nevne en setning, fra Jeblad, som jeg liksom hang meg opp i, når jeg så litt på den Wikipedia-siden, (som linker til bloggen min), nå:

sensasjonelt hm

http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diskusjon:Baroniet_Rosendal

PS 2.

Man kan jo snu på det Jeblad sier ovenfor.

Og si det, at det er kjent, at en person stadig ser på Dagsrevyen.

Eller leser i avisa.

Eller leser i bibelen.

Er dette noe galt, i seg selv?

Er det bare lov å oppdatere på en Wikipedia-artikkel, en gang, i løpet av ens livstid?

Eller er Jeblad full av noe fælt, og prøver å tulle med meg, på Wikipedia?

Dette kan man lure på, synes jeg.

(Når jeg så på dette igjen nå).

Så sånn er det.

Bare noe jeg tenkte på.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS 3.

Her er mer om dette:

statcounter wiki linker

Jeg mener å huske det, at bestemor Ingeborg ikke likte det, at de kongelige gifta seg, med 'vanlige' folk. Mette-Marit er jo ikke oppfostret, til å bli prinsesse, så da er det jo ikke rart, at det blir 'surr', i kongehuset, (for å si det sånn)

kongelig

http://www.dagbladet.no/2013/07/09/nyheter/samfunn/slottet/kongehus/kongelige/28109220/

Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Booking.com





Gmail - The Grand Scarborough (433215090)








Gmail



Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










The Grand Scarborough (433215090)










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 10:07 AM





To:
433215090@my.booking.com








Hi,

I've asked to escalated this to your line-manager.

Because I have no gotter five e-mails from Booking.com about this, from four different staff.

I think you should just have one case-worker.


Also, I don't think it's evident, for the custommers, that it's the hotel, that are responsible, for Booking.com-content.

Also, the hotel doesn't want to send any more e-mails about this, and they haven't offered any compensation.


I don't understand that this is a big deal for eighter you or the hotel.

I've only asked for a refound for some of the £40 I paid for the hotel-room.

This is starting to become like something from Kafka now, I think.


The hotel are difficult to correspond with, I think.

They just twist on things and have strange routines for handeling comlaints like this, I think.

So I think Booking.com could give me the compensation, and then get it back, from the hotel.

(Since it's probably easier for you, to deal with them).

And like I've written earlier in this e-mail, I've tried to escalate this with you.

Please escalate now, I have better things to do than sit all day and write with all of your many staff.


Erik Ribsskog


On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 3:05 AM, Booking.com Customer Service <customer.service@booking.com> wrote:






















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Dear Erik Ribsskog,


We are sorry to hear of your continued dissatisfaction in the The Grand Scarborough. We completely understand your frustration and sincerely apologise that we are unable to satisfactorily address your concerns.


We appreciate that it is very likely that you selected The Grand Scarborough in part because of its description and facilities as advertised on our website. However, as previously mentioned, the hotels themselves are responsible for all the information provided to you. We act as an intermediary between the guest and the hotel and is therefore responsible for delivering the reservation correctly to the hotel. Once the hotel has confirmed the reservation it then becomes their responsibility to accurately represent themselves.


Should you have any further concerns, please contact The Grand Scarborough directly using the contact information provided on your initial confirmation e-mail.


We would like to confirm that we have documented your concerns and that your valuable input will allow us to take the necessary steps to ensure that the description of the hotel and its facilities is accurately represented on our website.


Thank you again for contacting us. Feedback such as yours greatly assists us in improving both our and the hotels’ standards. We do hope that you will allow us the opportunity to be of service to you in the future.


Please address any further concerns with the property directly.


Kind regards,



--
Kelly Kensler
Booking.com Customer Service Team





Our customer service agents are here to help and are also available 24/7 by phone: 0800 376 3580 (English) or +44 20 3320 2609 (English)
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Wenche Berntsen, (fra Rimi Lambertseter), har også holdt seg bra, (må man vel si). Hu ser jo ut som den valkyrien, (eller noe sånt)

wenche berntsen

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152897118435523&set=a.10150289958355523.553177.832750522&type=1&theater

Policy for kommentarer


Anonyme kommentarer, blir slettet, (etter en del problemer, med nettmobbing osv.).

Hvis du har et vanlig navn, så skriv gjerne noe, som skiller deg, fra andre, med samme navn, (sånn at det er klart, hvem som skriver).

Kommentarer som inneholder trakassering, (og som ikke holder seg, til temaet, i blogg-posten), blir bare slettet, (og ikke publisert).

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

For å eventuelt legge inn kommentar, så trykk på linken, til blogg-posten, (så kommer det opp et felt, hvor man kan kommentere).

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