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Former workers “treated like dogs”

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AFTER GIVING YEARS OF EXEMPLARY service to the Transport Board, retrenched workers are complaining they are now being “treated like dogs.”

More than six months after being sent home as part of Government’s retrenchment programme, several former employees of the state-owned organisation are still to be paid their severance.

Almost 20 disgruntled and upset workers, some who had given as many as 37 years of service to the Transport Board, assembled next door at the Police Sports Club today from 9:00 a.m. in another attempt to get the monies which they say are owed to them. (RB)

 

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