Unite the Union campaign to end Bandit Capatalism after the collapse of construction cmpanies who have public sector contracts like Carrilion End Bandit Capitalism Saturday 1 December 2018
Scottish Construction Companies going bust
Meetings for workers affected by the collapse of Crummock (Scotland) Ltd and Lamberts.
Until early June 2018 did you work for Crummock, Lambert or T Graham? If the answer is yes we need to hear from you now.
Unite was at the forefront of the fight to protect Carillion workers when the construction giant went under due to boardroom greed in January 2018. The situation with Crummock, Lambert and T Graham is different from Carillion. The construction giant was (and still is being) managed through liquidation in a way that will not apply to local Scottish contractors. This is because Carillion was deemed too big with too many essential service contracts to be allowed to simply collapse overnight.
Unite can help workers affected by the collapse of these companies. At this stage you do not need to be a member of Unite to contact us to find out more about:
- The potential for compensation due to failure to consult on redundancies (you may have already been contacted by a no-win-no-fee type solicitor. With Unite you keep 100% of whatever settlement is reached).
- Help guide you through the Pension Protection fund arrangements that are in place, as well as ensure you are able to claim statutory redundancy.
The flyer below predominantly relates to Crummock Scotland. This will be revised and reissued to reflect the broader situation in the days ahead. In the meantime for more info please contact Unite Organiser, Peter Lawson on 07817 103 909 email@example.com