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Due to the extravagant excesses of the state we are operating at two thirds capacity as Moving Pick Chores on YouTube. Our latest song, Human Collateral Resources, can be found here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoDfOfC14mE Song Lyrics:- Human Collateral Resources Personnel was once the place, for the staff to interface. Got a query or a problem, Personnel then was quite awesome. Now those days lie in the dust, now the staff can rot and rust. H.R. rules the working place, keeping you out of the race. You will never meet the boss, he doesn't give a flying toss. H.R. protects him from you, persecuting all you do. Should you have a day off sick, you're beaten with the H.R. stick. Trust is not their job description, they run work like it's conscription. Three strikes and out, performance managed. Families torn and people damaged. How much longer should we take, The H.R. train that has no brakes? You're a drone, you're a robot, you must give more than you've got. Not your friends, show no mercy, divergence is plain heresy. A day off sick, your first strike, you have no right to dislike. Another day off in that month, your record's black, start the hunt. You'll not see the employer, just H.R. the destroyer. Programmed to - eat you alive, in your job you won't survive. You work under oppression, driven into depression. Now they've got bang to rights, now they've got you in their sights. Three strikes and out, performance managed. Families torn and people damaged. How much longer should we take, The H.R. train that has no brakes? Strikes were once there for the worker, now three strikes equals a shirker. Hunted by The H.R. Reich, they want your head up on a pike. Dismissed with no referencing, H.R. is an evil thing. In a month you're dead and gone, while H.R. bastards still live on! Three strikes and out, performance managed. Families torn and people damaged. How much longer should we take, The H.R. train that has no brakes? © Eddie Woods 2021
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