2degrees founder Tex Edwards loses bid to stop his job being eliminated

Tue, 10 Jul 2012

By Jonathan Underhill July 10 (BusinessDesk) - Simon ‘Tex’ Edwards, one of the founders of the company now known as Two Degrees Mobile, has lost a bid to stop his job being eliminated and will leave at the end of this week. The Employment Relations Authority declined Edwards’ application for an interim injunction restraining the company from ending his employment. The decision by ERA member Alastair Dumbleton allows Two Degrees to proceed with disestablishing the position of strategist. Substantive claims brought by Edwards against Two Degr...
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