PLAYFORD Council has settled its legal dispute with its high-profile former chief executive Mal Hemmerling, eight months after his dismissal over sexual harassment allegations.
PLAYFORD Council has taken on an “overspend” of $400,000 from legal fees as it continues to battle its disgraced former chief executive officer Mal Hemmerling in the Supreme Court.
THE South Australian Ombudsman has cleared Playford mayor Glenn Docherty of a breach of council’s Code of Conduct, after finding he had no case to answer for.
PLAYFORD Council has named the two elected members who will have a role in choosing the embattled organisation’s next chief executive officer, as the council prepares to take on its former boss Mal Hemmerling in court.
PLAYFORD Council is steadfastly defending its decision to sack its former chief executive officer Mal Hemmerling over allegations of bullying and misconduct, as both parties prepare for a Supreme court battle.
HIGH-PROFILE Playford Council chief executive Mal Hemmerling is set to launch legal action against the council after he was sacked from his position last week.
PLAYFORD residents are calling for a swift end to the Mal Hemmerling bullying scandal that has left the $366,287 a year council chief executive suspended on full pay.
THE lawyer of embattled Playford Council chief executive Mal Hemmerling has slammed Playford Council as “clearly dysfunctional” and described the process that lead to the suspension of his client as “flawed”.