Does any one have any info on the treatment of long serving elderly Bethel servants who are retiring or virtually having to retire?
With the closing & selling off of their properties & relocation's, what is happening to their elderly servants who cannot just move away & have lived at some of their JW accommodations for so long? Many of these servants have worked for very little financial rewards & I have heard some have no life savings or superannuation retirements payouts.
Shouldn't the society be paying out a redundancy sum to them? The society has literally millions & millions in their coffers yet the society is a tax exempt organisation ! Are they not?
Now these ones the society have let go will have to support themselves on welfare which I don't object to, but I don't know if this information that I heard is entirely correct.
Can any one shed any light with info or links on this subject please, is there any truth in this info?