IT giant Fujitsu has sent more than 50 top bosses on an all-expenses paid holiday to Bermuda—while the firm’s 14,000 workers face a pay freeze.
The bosses are even allowed to bring their partners.
The company says the trip is to “reward” management “stars”. Meanwhile the Unite union says many workers earn just £12,000 per year.
Fujitsu also closed its final salary pension scheme last year. But strikes by workers forced management to make concessions over job cuts.
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