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A pissant private company located in Ausfalia. There were, until recently publicly listed. Some gullible venture capitalists got sucker-punched in the 'nads and while they were on the ground, writhing in agony, Joe Bonen (alleged CEO) and his merry band of cunts grabbed the contract and forged these venture capitalists names. From that point they were no longer answerable to shareholders and their delusions of grandeur firmly took hold.
Keycorp or as it is often referred to, Cuntcorp is 'managed' by a group of grade-A tossers. You would be hard pressed to find a stingier,meaner and more morally bankrupt bunch of drop-kicks this side of Australian Politics. Actually they would make excellent politicians as they are forever making promises they fail to keep. Essentially they're just a bunch of miserable cunts who delight in exploiting the steady stream of workers. I can't think of any other nice things I can say about them as a group so I will complement them individually:
- Joe 'where's my mirror' Bonen. The CEO...Chief Excreting Orifice. He does not like denim so no casual Fridays at Cuntcorp. A vain, egotistical and arrogant tool of a bloke who would have been right at home in Hitler's Nazi regime.
- Craig 'I can almost tie my shoelaces up' Little. The trusty lieutenant to The Bone. Enough said.
- Cathy 'old age and treachery always triumphs over youth and skill' Livingstone. A small, fat, ugly, talentless, toxic cunt of a woman. At least I think it's a woman. It may be just a big, talking turd.
- Jackie 'SMILE' Suey. Always has a sunny disposition and willing to help new staff with any questions or problems. A pure delight to be around. NO, not really. Just another miserable cunt of a thing.
This crude assembly of people and resources which some may refer to as a 'business' is situated in one of the more crappy parts of Fairfield, the inner northern suburb of Melbourne. Appropriately, it is currently situated on an old rubbish tip. Many ex-employee's are buried in the foundations of the new premises...after their skulls have been thoroughly defiled by management at one of their Black Masses. Aboriginals, though not common in the area after they were used for veterinary experiments in the 1950's, can occasionally be seen stealing petrol from cars parked in the local streets.
So when management isn't skullfucking the remains of some unfortunate ex-employee who failed to make it out the building, they are fucking with the minds of present employees. Their philosophy as an employer is too push people too their limits. Therefore the 'rotating-door' policy on employing new staff. Where most normal organisations treat people as individuals with feelings and emotions, Keycorp's treatment of their staff is on a par with how the cattle are treated in Indonesia prior to slaughter. We are all waiting for some disgruntled ex-employee to return to the building, a blank look in his eyes, an AK-47 with many spare clips in a sports bag and the desire to share a little love around. High-velocity hollow-pointed love.
- Lie to and deceive staff,just don't get caught. - Pass the buck as much as possible. - Distort the facts to weasel- out of any promises made. If that doesn't work just fuck with their head. Eye-sockets are particularly pleasurable.
WELL, SUCK ME DRY AND CALL ME DUSTY
The dust appears to have settled somewhat. Now that we can see who has been brutally raped by who, and in which particular holes, I can stand tall and say, ' I told you so.' While I'm here I may as well piss in a few skulls...where else but the empty, unseeing, befouled eyesockets. Do my Cuntcorp duty and wash the crusty semen off my fallen comrades. I will give them all honorable burials if the KYC brethren of Satan can keep their peckers out of the various orifices for at least a couple of minutes....and after I stop laughing.
How totally predictable these lovely folk of Keycorp's management turned out to be. If you thought the Salem witch trials and McCarthyism were figments of a long-forgotten past, well just pass that mouldy Rye bread round the table and think again...after a seizure or three.
He received an email so he MUST be as guilty as the one that sent it.
Did you see the dodgy way he looked at us all yesterday? GUILTY! Fire him! No need for any severance or redundancy payouts coz no one here except us are employed as full-time, permanent.
Hey, that fella who left a few weeks back (which one of the two-dozen might that be?) looked really depressed. I'm sure I thought I heard him say nasty things about your enormous clitoris, JB!
That bloke was a mate of his. Lets play Good Boss, Bad Boss on him for a few days and see if he knows anything? That's AFTER we murder his kids, right?
Jesus-fucking-christ! How could they write this kind of stuff? Head's are gonna roll! And when they stop rolling, I can't wait to get my end in some of those tearful eye-sockets.
A little bit of History
Precontractual representations renders contract unfair
The Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales has the power under s106 to declare void or vary unfair employment contracts entered into as a result of misrepresentations made by employers and recruitment agencies during pre-contractual negotiations.
Recruitment consultants must take care when making representations about the prospective employer to candidates who will be employed or otherwise engaged in New South Wales or whose work will have some connection with New South Wales. Failure to do so carries with it the risk that the employment contract between the employer and the candidate entered into as a result of any misrepresentations made by the recruitment consultant will be held to be unfair.
In the recent case of Keycorp Limited v Michael Thomes  NSWIRComm 376, it was held that an employment contract was unfair on the basis of precontractual misrepresentations which induced the candidate to enter into the contract.
Mr Thomes was employed as the Managing Director for Lucent Technologies prior to being headhunted by recruitment firm Korn Ferry on behalf of Keycorp Limited. In June 1999, Mr Thomes was contacted by Korn Ferry who invited him to apply for the position of Chief Executive Officer of Keycorp. Mr Thomes commenced employment as Chief Executive Officer with Keycorp in November 1999 following an interview process in which a number of representations as to Keycorp including its financial position, operations and trustworthiness were made by Korn Ferry and a director of Keycorp. Mr Thomes' package with Keycorp provided for a base salary of $400,000 and an incentive component of up to $400,000 which was to be negotiated in good faith at later date. However, Mr Thomes was forced to leave his employment with Keycorp in August 2001 following a failure by Keycorp to resolve issues relating to the negotiation of Mr Thomes' remuneration entitlements.
Mr Thomes commenced proceedings against Keycorp alleging that he gave up secure and well remunerated employment to accept employment with Keycorp on the basis of misrepresentations that were deceptive and misleading. Mr Thomes spent most of his time attempting to ensure Keycorp's survival rather than its expansion. He argued that this unfairly affected his capacity to earn his expected income giving rise to unfairness within the unfair contract provisions.
The Commission found that during the course of pre-employment negotiations a number of misrepresentations were made by directors of KeyCorp and its agent Korn Ferry for the purpose of inducing Mr Thomes to leave highly paid secure employment to take up employment with Keycorp.
Mr Thomes was awarded 18 months pay and most of his bonus totalling about $1.55 million. The Full Bench of the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales upheld the ruling although the severance pay was reduced.
There have now been a number of similar cases which commenced with the landmark decision of the Federal Court in 2002 in O'Neill v Medical Benefits Fund in which it was held that certain representations made by an employer and by a recruitment agency on behalf of the employer amounted to misleading and deceptive conduct under the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth).
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