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Erik Ribsskog

Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre

Erik Ribsskog Wed, May 28, 2014 at 1:49 PM
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Hi,

I think this might have been the e-mails that initiated that Gaynor,
(from Aintree Jobcentre), was taking part, in a jobseeking-meeting, at
Aintree Jobcentre, last automn.

(Meetings which normally only Sarah Bamber and me would be at).

The meeting, where Gaynor asked me if I wanted a new jobseeking-advisor.

But I said it wasn't necesarry, (because I felt sorry for Sarah
Bamber, since she was crying, it seemed, in the meeting.

At least her eyes were full of tears, as I remember it).

Now I've browsed through much of my e-mails and files.

(But it could be even more about this, on my blog).

But I hope you now got better answers, to some of the questions, that
you asked me, in the meeting, at Linskills, last week.

(It was perhaps a bit early for me:

And I'm from Norway, so it's a bit easier for me sometimes, to explain
about things, after the meeting).

I hope you now can get me out of this murder of justice-case, (like we
call it in Norway).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 8:38 AM
Subject: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi again,

and I also remember now.

You wanted to know what I learned at the meeting, with Enterprising
Merseyside, some weeks ago.

And I explained that they told me that business that are successfull,
are special.

Then you asked me how I could make my business more special.

And I said perhaps make it more British.

But then you coach me, I think.

And this is on my spare-time.

And I take this with Enterprising Merseyside, if I need coaching.

I think it's a bit silly if I get coaching about this business, from
both you and Enterprising Merseyside, at the same time.

Which we could risk here.

So I think we should leave the details about how I run my web-shop out
of the meetings.

After I contacted Enterprising Merseyside.

So you can just forget about what I said about making the web-shop more British.

That wasn't something bombastic, that I have decided.

That was just something that I was pondering about.

And which I replied to you, to not be inpolite, and not answer.

So just forget about the web-shop.

If that's ok.

Because I really get advice from Enterprising Merseyside about it, if
I need advice.

It just complicates it if you also wants to coach/give advice about
this spare-time-webshop.

And my main focus is anyway the job-seeking.

So we shouldn't get distracted from that, I think.

Just something I thought about now.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Subject: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi,

I just thought I'd send an e-mail regarding yesterdays meeting while I
remember it.

When I was unemployed in Sunderland, in 2011, Anita Ford there said it
was 'insane' to apply for more than two jobs a week.

But you want me to apply for like ten jobs a day, (or something), it seems.

(Even if there aren't that many jobs around, I think).

So I'm now not sure what the norm is, for number of jobs to apply for, each day.

Also, you told me I can't apply for jobs in Leyland and Chorley.

But this is because I try to apply for one job a day.

Because that's my goal, from the jobseekers agreement.

(Even if this is more than they think is normal, in Sunderland, they told me).

I think when it says 90 minutes travel-time in the jobseekers-agreement.

Then it's meant that I'm obligated to look for work within 90 minutes
travel-time.

It doesn't mean I'm restricted to only apply for work within 90
minutes travel-time.

(Also the trains to Leyland sometimes only use about an hour, I saw on
the internet.

And I set the Universal Jobmatch to look for jobs, in a 20 mile radius.

It doesn't have a 15 mile radius option.

Only a 10 mile one.

And then it doesn't find the jobs in Chester and Manchester, I think).

It seemed like you meant that I wasn't allowed to apply for jobs in Leyland.

(In the meeting yesterday).

That there is some kind of rule forbidding me to do this.

Surely there is no restriction like that?

Just something I wondered about.

Also TK Maxx is American, I checked it on the internet.

And you wondered if a bus goes to the Aintree mall.

After I explained that I went with Merseyrail there, when I went to
the Maplin-store, near Aintree racecourse-ground.

I checked on the map now, and it's just a couple of kilometers from
the Jobcentre, so it's possible to walk there as well.

And I know there is a bus that goes to the Jobcentre in Aintree, (at
least), from Walton, so that shouldn't be a problem.

You wanted me to tell the college that I'm unemployed, in the
interview with them.

But in the last meeting you mentioned possible founding, from the jobcentre.

This you didn't mention in yesterdays meeting, I noticed.

So you have changed your mind about founding for the CAD-course?

Also, you asked me if the weather was 'clammy' yesterday.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2644210

It says the humidity is 87 percent today, (if that's what you meant).

Just in case I forgot about this.

Since you're going on a holiday, and the next appointment is in September.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog

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