Wednesday December 11, 2019

Harbour chief claims he’s owed €350,000 in bonuses

The chief executive of Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company, Gerry Dunne, took a case last year against the firm

9th July, 2017
Dun Laoghaire Harbour

The chief executive of Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company is seeking over €350,000 from the company, which he claims he is owed in backdated bonus payments. Gerry Dunne, whose stewardship of the company has been marked by controversy, took a case last year against the firm.

It is understood that Dunne is arguing that under the terms of his contract, he was due to be paid an annual performance-related bonus if he hit certain targets.


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