‘Plebs in the ports’ lash out
SFPA staff are angered by what they see as a leadership that has ‘lost the dressing-room’
Monday morning meetings are held at 10am in the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) in Clonakilty, Co Cork, but not everyone is happy about how they proceed.
Staff have complained that the meetings are “an opportunity for management every week to gloat and talk about all the important meetings they will be attending”, and serve to remind the “plebs in the ports” that “we are at the bottom of the food chain”....
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