Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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UNFAIR, UNJUST.
That’s the cry of National Union of Public Workers (NUPW)?general secretary Dennis Clarke, who has referred to the controversial sacking of National Conservation Commission (NCC) workers as a breach of the last in, last out principle.
Flanked by deputy general secretary Roslyn Smith and industrial relations officers Wayne Walrond and Delcia Burke, Clarke listened to the concerns of dozens of displaced workers who packed the precincts of the NCC headquarters at Codrington House from as early as 7:30 a.m. yesterday, voicing their disapproval in the strongest way.
Clarke said both he and the other bargaining agent for the workers, the Barbados Workers’ Union, would take the issue to the Labour Department “to get some sort of sanity brought back to the matter.”

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