Wednesday, April 24, 2024

LIME workers meeting with union

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Affected LIME workers who have been laid off are now locked in a meeting with officials at the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) at its headquarters at Solidarity House in St Michael.
It is expected that BWU General Secretary Sir Roy Trotman will update the Press later on the outcome of the talks with workers.
Yesterday Barbados’ main telecommunication service provider LIME announced it was sending home 97 employees with immediate effect.
Managing Director Alex McDonald spoke of poor customer service and substantial losses and told Barbadians that the company had no choice but to make critical business changes, one of which was to reduce its retail business  and invest in new technologies. (CM)
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