SIX former workers at liquidated Trend Interiors Carpet Court Mackay will end up thousands of dollars out of pocket unless government regulators step in, says the woman tasked with managing the fallout of the failed company.
But the company’s liquidator BRI Ferrier principal Moira Carter is not optimistic the ASIC will give worker welfare priority, meaning they might not get any of the superannuation payments they are owed from years of work at the tile and carpet company before it went into liquidation in March.
Mrs Carter said that the troubled company’s director, Raymond Jack, and business consultant Andrew Johnson have not been cooperative.
Several attempts to contact both men for comment for this story on Friday were unsuccessful.
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