Ex-Boalloy Fastruck Bodies in legal talks over redundancy pay

Ex-employees of Boalloy Fastruck Bodies – the firm bought by transport company Edward Stobart – are in talks with lawyers and conciliation service Acas after claiming that they have been left thousands of pounds out of pocket following a redundancy process.

The workers believe they have been unfairly treated on holiday, consultation and notice pay, according to Personnel Today’s sister title Roadtransport.com.

The report added that it has been nine weeks since staff received a letter from Edward Stobart stating that they should seek legal advice to deal with redundancy claims. Employees have tried to contact their ex-employer with demands for the money owed, but the company is not returning calls.

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