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Contractors Act To Support Clugston Workers   11th December 2019

CECA is seeking to support those affected by the collapse of Clugston Group. 

The Scunthorpe-based contractor filed for administration today (Friday 6 December), with its construction, logistics, facilities management, property and surveying businesses all impacted. The group employed 400 construction staff from a total workforce of 629.

With around 75 members across Yorkshire and the Humber region where Clugston is based, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) is offering support to try to place these workers with new employers.

CECA will also use its wider regional networks to seek employment for those working for Clugston across the rest of the country.

CECA Yorkshire & the Humber director Mark Roper said: “It is a sad day for the region to see the failure of this well-known firm. In the run up to Christmas we want to do everything that we can to help those affected find new employment, hopefully with companies in their area.”

If you are an affected worker, or an employer looking to recruit, please email clugstonemployees@ceca-yorks.co.uk.
  

 

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