GGCA restructure ‘costs taxpayer more’, tribunal told
A 2013 restructure at the Gibraltar General and Clerical Association slashed costs for the white collar union by shifting the financial burden to the taxpayer, an industrial tribunal was told yesterday.
The claim was made by a lawyer representing Michael Tampin, the GGCA’s former general secretary who is accusing the union of unfair dismissal after he was laid off in the shakeup.
Charles Gomez put it to GGCA President Wendy Cumming that the restructure was actually more expensive for the public purse.
But Ms Cumming insisted that the union was no providing a better service at lower cost.
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