Former Bai Shan Lin worker went from grading to cutting grass as company scaled back operations

-paid $500 per day after being sent home

Two years after working at Bai Shan Lin as a grader, Roxanne Jossiah found herself literally cutting grass.

Jossiah, of Silver City, Wismar, started working at the company’s processing plant at Coomacka as a grader, responsible for inspecting logs for imperfections and signs of rot or other decay, on April 26th 2007 but was relegated to cutting grass after her employers told her there was no wood for her to grade.

She said she and others who were also put in her position were allocated a  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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