In its finalised audit statement the Workplace Ombudsman found that Commander had “met or exceeded its obligations to former employees in relation to redundancies arising from the restructure of the company".
Amanda Lacaze, CEO and managing director at Commander, claimed that as a result of the findings the Workplace Ombudsman has advised it will be taking no further action.
“We were confident of the outcome of the audit given our commitment to ensuring that people who left the business following the restructure did so with dignity and full entitlements,” she said.
According to Lacaze, the restructure implemented on 31 January was a “critical element of Commander’s Turnaround Plan”, announced that same day.
Commander cleared of axing employees
By Lilia Guan on Jun 2, 2008 3:08PM
IT and telecommunications provider, Commander, has been cleared of any wrong doing over the axing of 600 employees earlier this year.