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    jsa - voluntarily quit job
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    • 11th Apr 13, 6:28 PM
    jsa - voluntarily quit job 11th Apr 13 at 6:28 PM
    I understand there is up to a 26 week sanction for quitting your job voluntarily but my question is this.

    My partner works for a takeaway as a delivery driver, over time they have made him do more and more hours for the same amount of pay 190 for basically 40 - 60 hours and no holiday pay,1) is this a good reason to leave as he is being paid under minimum wage and also 2) as a delivery driver he has to use his own car which has died a death, the company will not allow motorbike, push bike or anything else and we cant afford another car straight away. Simply put no car no job so he has had to hand in his notice, before this he was also pressured to break speed limits etc to be 'quicker'.

    Do you think this will be good enough reason for the job center or do you think we will be heavily sanctioned, we have 3 young kids so are really worried
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