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Thursday, December 8th, 2022, 9:44 am

Sirius Corporation Threatened With Fines and Penalties for Pension Issues

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Summary: Sirius ‘Open Source’ is unable to cope with basic legal requirements such as sending payslips to staff (this hasn’t been done for months already!) and such issues have gone on for almost 4 years already

THE company I left just less than a week ago had left my wife and I chasing very basic stuff like pensions and payslips. In hindsight, we ought to have left earlier. The company was dysfunctional for years already.

The video above goes through yesterday’s publication, which took a lot of time to piece together as it involved more than 3 years’ (worth of) E-mails and even some photographs of mail. Those were later carefully redacted. In the above video I go through the same using words whilst adding some much-needed context.

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