'Paid to read the paper' | £105k worker says firm slashed his duties after whistleblowing incident

£105k worker says firm slashed his duties after whistleblowing incident

A worker alleges he is paid more than £100k a year to do barely any work, after bosses stripped him of responsibilities when he became a whistleblower several years ago.

The Daily Mail has reported on the case of Dermot Mills, a finance manager at Irish Rail, who says his duties were dramatically reduced after making a protected disclosure in 2014.

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