HSBC worker killed himself after receiving continuous calls from HR | Daily Mail Online

Matthew Lyndon, from Stourbridge, West Midlands, was called at least six times in just two weeks – even though his GP suggested no contact should be made, according to Caroline Garrington, his partner.

Despite the calls and texts, senior coroner Zafar Siddique said that HSBC bosses had followed their correct company policy and did not know the full extent of his work-related stress.

Black Country Coroner’s Court heard how the 46-year-old bank administrator also feared he was suffering from dementia before he killed himself on January 16
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