In the week I briefly touched upon the tribunal of Mr Aeron Jones who was unfairly dismissed from the enterprise company Cymad. I have had some involvement with issues around Cymad as a number of questions have arisen about the activities undertaken by the company, some of which lead to a court prosecution for the Chief Executive.
I have little doubt that in spite of the delays, frustration and stress Mr Aeron Jones will take great comfort from the public vindication of his stance. The company unfairly dismissed him for exposing wrong doing.
What will the company now do about those involved with the wrongdoing ?