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EMPLOYERS who dismiss workers because of their affiliation with a trade union should be criminally prosecuted.
So says former Minister of State with responsibility for Labour and Immigration, Arni Walters.
He made the comment while speaking yesterday on the new Employment Rights Act at the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU)?Delegates Conference at Solidarity House.
Walters, who is a consultant for the BWU?on the legislation, went through in detail the provisions of the act.

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