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Union wants sole breadwinners back on job


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General Secretary of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) Dennis Clarke says the union is fighting to get the sole breadwinner in households re-employed.
And the union is giving authorities a few days to correct the situation, he added.
Clarke’s comments came yesterday after a small showing from former National Housing Corporation (NHC) workers during a 2:30 p.m. meeting at the NUPW’s Dalkeith, St Michael headquarters where around 36 people turned up. Last Friday around 300 temporary employees of the NHC were laid off.
The union, said Clarke, was still awaiting an official list from the various Government agencies of the names of those laid off or to be laid off.

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