Thompson resignation expected today

Thompson resignation expected today

Wellington : New Zealand | Jun 27, 2011 at 10:05 AM PDT
Source: New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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Apologised twice last week, but his attempts at contrition failed to quell the uproar. Embattled employers' chief Alasdair Thompson is expected to quit today as his lawyers fight out the terms of a settlement. Sources said last night that Mr Thompson had not resigned as chief executive of the Employers... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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