By Gordon DeeganA worker at an amusement company was forced to resign from his job under duress after he was brought out to sea in a speed-boat by his boss where he was questioned for an hour over a missing €10,000.In the case, the worker said that during the questioning on the boat, 2.6 miles from shore, reference was made to the fact that he would not be able to reach land by swimming because of the coldness of the water.The worker denied taking any money and told the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) that he was scared and cold during the questioning that continued for about one hour.At that stage a helicopter appeared and hovered in the area. The boat was untied from the buoy and made its way back to the harbour while the questions continued.The worker told the WRC that he was subjected to physical and mental stress, was verbally abused and that he was forced to resign under duress.He said three people questioned him on the speedboat, the company director, his line manager … [Read more...] about Amusement firm boss brings employee out to sea to quiz him about missing €10k
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Wales politics By David Deans BBC News 15 March 2017 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-politics-39266993 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel A 10-year deal by Natural Resources Wales to sell timber to a sawmill was made without other … [Read more...] about NRW timber deal questioned by auditor
RANGERS are again at breaking point, teetering on the brink of a financial precipice and weighing up an offer from American businessmen Robert Sarver that would usher in a new era at Ibrox. The Phoenix Suns owner tabled an offer this morning of a £6.5million loan, to be paid immediately, but riding on a further £20m investment that would hand him control of the club. Statements have been made to the London Stock Exchange and in recent days the Three Bears fan faction has continued to work on their bid behind the scenes while Newcastle United chief Mike Ashley has tightened what was already an iron grip on the Rangers boardroom. How will it play out in the next 48 hours, with the club desperately needing cash to keep the lights on? We ask Record Sport’s Keith Jackson, the one journalist who has been at the heart of the story since day one, the key questions. What is the state of play after today’s Stock Exchange statements? KJ: As it stands just now the board, … [Read more...] about Keith Jackson answers the key questions on the boardroom battle at Ibrox
Herb Jackson USA TODAY Published 5:12 p.m. UTC Jun 14, 2018 WASHINGTON — Two women talked about their abortions. Another who worked at Toys R Us for 33 years said a Wall Street leveraged buyout left her facing unemployment without severance. And a minister pressed for justice reform by describing a man now free on bail after serving more than 20 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. An all-white jury at his third trial took just 30 minutes to convict him after two mixed-race juries at previous trials had deadlocked. Those stories and more at the "We the People" summit were used to extract promises and test the commitments of five Democratic senators who may be presidential candidates in 2020: Cory Booker of New Jersey, Kirsten GIllibrand of New York, Kamala Harris of California, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. The format featured short speeches followed by two or three questions from the summit's … [Read more...] about Ahead of 2020 election, liberals quiz Booker, Gillibrand, Harris, Sanders and Warren
Matthew Frankel The Motley Fool Published 12:04 p.m. UTC Jun 2, 2018 Of Americans age 50 or older, 47% failed to pass a five-question Social Security quiz, according to a recent MassMutual survey. While this is somewhat better than a previous survey by the same company three years ago that found a 62% failure rate, this is still alarming. After all, Social Security is the largest retirement program in the U.S., covering the vast majority of senior citizens. Here's the quiz, followed by the correct answers and explanations behind each one. The quiz Let's take a look at the five-question quiz that just over half of Americans age 50 or older could pass, which is defined as scoring above 60%. See how many you can get correct, before scrolling down to the answers below. All five questions are true/false: Under current Social Security law, my benefits will not be reduced if I claim them at age 65. My spouse is eligible to receive Social Security retirement benefits, even if he or she … [Read more...] about 47% of American pre-retirees failed this basic Social Security quiz. Can you pass it?