Monday, April 22, 2024

LIME smiles


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HUNDREDS?OF?LIME?workers should be smiling once more.
That’s because the telecommunications giant now clearly understands Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s position on the LIME/Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) agreement he brokered last month.
   It paves the way for LIME (Landline, Internet Mobile, Entertainment) staffers to receive retroactive pay which has been at the heart of the dissatisfaction that led to a major work stoppage for the last 48 hours.
   “The issue of the retroactive pay is now something that we should not have a problem with. They (LIME) said they will speak to us on Monday regarding the actual date on which the retroactive pay can in fact be made,” BWU general secretary Sir Roy Trotman said.
Read the full story in today’s SATURDAY SUN.

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