Cambuslang staff up in arms over pay

September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/4/2009, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that employees of the tour operator Cambuslang Travel which ceased trading in 2009, are upset about the way they have been treated by the failed company. The employees say that they were informed of the company's demise at its final day of trading and they may try to recover their wages through a tribunal. However, John Wilson, Cambuslang Travel owner, says that he would try his best to protect the interests of his staff and customers.


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