Monday, April 22, 2024

PSV workers’ plan


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PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLE (PSV) workers in Barbados are looking to turn the corner.

And, if everything goes according to plan, the Professional Transportation Technicians Union will be up and running by year end.

Tired of being chastised, criticised and on the wrong side of the law, PSV workers say they are determined to form their own union and transform their image.

Yesterday, during another meeting in Queen’s Park – the first was held last Sunday – the almost 20 workers who turned out pledged to do their part in helping to erase the stigma attached to PSV operators.

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