Ex-Sports Campus boss fails in redundancy claim

David Conway, who served for a year and a half as acting chief executive of the National Sports Campus, claimed he was owed redundancy pay dating back to his time as acting chief executive

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
13th May, 2018

The former boss of the National Sports Campus has failed to prove he was made redundant in October 2015, the Workplace Relations Commission has ruled.

David Conway, who served for a year and a half as acting chief executive of the National Sports Campus, claimed he was owed redundancy pay dating back to his time as acting chief executive.

Conway’s time as acting chief executive ended in October 2015 when the Sports Campus and the Sports...

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