Horrors, I know, absolutely bloody evil.
Then, buried at the bottom of this Guardian piece is this little nugget:
Like Reilly, Rayburn was not told that he had a week to refuse the placement. He was working at Tesco with two other young unemployed people who did get a job at the end of their placement.
Y\’know, I have a feeling that a 66% permanent job placement rate might actually make this the most successful work experience scheme ever created.