Liquidator cuts BCL, Tati Nickel skeletal staff


SELEBI-PHIKWE: Senior staff members of both BCL and Tati Nickel were on Wednesday briefed on the decision to reduce the care and maintenance operations that would result in some of them losing their jobs by the end of November.

The review that would determine the number of positions that would be required going forward, would be undertaken in the next six weeks while formal termination letters would be issued to all employees by the end of this month.

According to the liquidator, Nigel Dixon-Warren affected employees would be paid their terminal benefits including leave pays and severance benefits by December 15 while new contracts of employment for available positions would be issued in November to formally commence duty at the beginning of December. He stated that these contracts of employment will be aligned to the new organogram for BCL and Tati Nickel.

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