Welcome to The Dole Office.
So you have an avid loathing for the JobCentre Plus (aka The Dole Office)? Either that or you’ve gone online looking for a certain government website and you’ve found us instead. However you got here is irrelevant, you’re here now and there’s plenty more fun to come.
If you’ve found yourself in the unfortunate position of ‘being on the dole’, then we are certain that you’ll find all you need to know on this website about the lengthy process it takes to get some of your hard-earned taxes back. If, however, you’re long-term unemployed, then there really is no hope for you.
If you’re a government employee (and we do know that some of you do visit this site on a semi-regular basis!) then GET BACK TO WORK! Unless you want to experience what lies on the other side of that plywood desk for a change?
Like most citizens of the United Kingdom, you may have had contact with the government organisation that we know as the JobCentre. For those on ‘first-name terms’, we like to call it the Dole Office. The majority of those people who come into contact with the Dole Office are the chronically lazy, the workshy and very rarely the unfortunate souls who, through no fault of their own, have been made redundant and have to sign on in order to maintain an income.
After the occassional run-in with the misery-inducing souls of the Dole Office, we decided that enough was enough, and so this website was born. You may think that it is a spiteful thing to do, you are evidently one of the lucky few who haven’t had any contact with them. Aren’t you the lucky one?
If you have any complaints about the Dole Office, then you can vent your anger and rage to us here. We will try and publish all of your tales of misery and woe and update the site accordingly. It has been known in the past for the JobCentre IP addresses to crop up in the site stats, so we know what they’re up to! They’re seeing how pissed off we are and not doing a damn thing about it.
Let us change that, here and now.
With all that said, all that remains for you to do is drop us a line, we’ve made it very simple to do, so there is no excuse for you not to. Get in touch and let us know what you really think of the Dole Office. Strength (and safety) in numbers!