Thursday, April 18, 2024

Bynoe: Cut pay


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He is already facing strong criticism for suggesting an across the board 10 per cent pay cut.
But prominent businessman Andrew Bynoe maintains that Barbados needs to address the issues that affect the overall standard of living in a “dispassionate and an intelligent” way.
“I may well become the sacrificial lamb,” he told the WEEKEND NATION, in reference to a threat issued by an irate customer on Wednesday morning after hearing of his suggestion made at an Economic Outlook Breakfast Panel Discussion on Tuesday at the Hilton Barbados.
The owner of Carlton A1 and Emerald City supermarkets revealed in a letter written to this newspaper for publication that the customer had actually left him a message which said: “I will not shop at your supermarket any more.”
Read the full story in today’s WEEKEND NATION.


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