Terminally ill manager made redundant for staying alive – Otago Daily Times

Newstalk ZB Terminally ill manager made redundant for staying alive Otago Daily Times A business development manager with cancer who was made redundant when he lived longer than his employers expected has been awarded $12,000 in compensation. Len Clapham was chief executive at the Building Officials Institute of NZ when he … Man made redundant when he lived too long NZ City Cancer patient fired for living too long TVNZ all 8 news articles »