Former Boulby Potash manager says he was unfairly dismissed

Former Boulby Potash manager says he was unfairly dismissed
 

A former manager of Boulby Potash mine has taken the company to court over what he believes was an unfair dismissal.
Gary Todd was made redundant from his position as a manager from the mine in Saltburn in February after working for Cleveland Potash Ltd since 1980.
An employment tribunal held at Teesside Magistrates’ Court heard today that Mr Todd, from Guisborough, had been a polyhalite production manager since 2007 and was put in a pool of 10 other managers who were being considered for redundancy.
The managers were all assessed in different categories including their safety record and... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 73
Source: Gazette Live
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