Friday, April 19, 2024

Byer Suckoo: Talks to resume on Monday


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THE TALKS between workers’ representatives and management at Grantley Adams International Airport over an alleged unpaid wage increase of 3.5 per cent will continue next Monday.

This was revealed by Minister of Labour Dr Esther Byer Suckoo to whom the matter has now been passed after talks broke down at the level of the Chief Labour Officer.

When asked if she had anything new to add about a resolution she said “Not a word …. on Monday after we meet, whatever is the outcome is when I would have something to report to the media”.

The National Union of Public Workers is charging that workers were promised the increased, but management at the Airport says it was taken off the table.

Byer Suckoo was speaking on the sidelines of a workshop held to launch Season 3 of the Bank On Me reality show held at Scotiabank, Sky Mall, Haggatt Hall.  (TG) 

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