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AFTER TEN HOURS at the bargaining table, there has been no resolution to the dispute between the National Conservation Commission (NCC) and the island’s two main trade unions over the retrenchment of almost 200 workers.
Officials from the NCC, the National Union of Public Workers and the Barbados Workers Union met today with Chief Labour Officer Vincent Burnett.
Reports indicate that NCC officials will meet with Minister of Labour Senator Dr Esther Byer Suckoo and they hope to reconvene the meeting on Friday. (TS)

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