Sacked Target workers vow to continue sit in until they get paid their wages
SACKED haulage workers at the tax debt-ridden company Target Express have vowed to continue a sit-in at depots until they get unpaid wages.
Seamus McBrien, the chief executive, claimed he was forced to cease trading after Revenue Commissioners froze its accounts and refused to strike a deal on money owed.
It is understood he is planning to issue further details on the state of the business today.
But employees up and down the country have reacted angrily amid claims they heard about the closure on news bulletins and have only had one contact with management – to tell them to leave premises.