As Sweden prepares to issue ‘In case of war’ documents to its population, the UK is vying to look equally as informative. In the unlikely event that the government’s assurances of job-creation in post-Brexit Britain come true they are distributing ‘In case of employment’ leaflets.
According to the literature, Britain’s 30+ million people of employable age have a duty to act if confronted with an opportunity to work, yet understanding the vast swathe of British people consider ’employment’ to be an activity captured by L.S. Lowry, the brochure offers advice for the potential worker on topics including: Coping with increased well-being, Not all conversations are threatening, and How to use an umbrella.
The publication will be issued in 10 languages, including native emoji, and follows other successful government leaflets, including: ‘Aids. Don’t die of ignorance’, ‘Banking crisis: what you think you need to know’ and the hugely popular, ‘Mad Cow Disease and masturbation. Am I at risk?’