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Wednesday, February 8th, 2023, 7:09 am

Sirius Open Source Seems to Have Done a Run on the Pension/Bank

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Dude, Where is My Pension?
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Summary: Today we commenced a multi-part mini-series about pensions and what happens when they suddenly vanish and nobody is willing to explain where all the money went

THE Sirius ‘Open Source’ scandals are so many and new ones are being unearthed.

Several dodgy things like NDAs and illegal contract-signing should have served as warning signs; companies that are operating through shells don’t typically do so for benign reasons and what about pensions of staff?

As we noted here before (along with hard evidence), the company was failing to pay into the pension schemes while at the same time not sending payslips to staff (that’s illegal by the way). So now, after leaving the company, we examine the aftermath. There are many skulls/skeletons in this closet.

The above video talks about pensions in general (with limited focus on the UK’s practices and laws) and explains in rather general terms what happened in Sirius.

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