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Elegant Group opts out of agreement


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Elegant Resorts has opted out of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association’s (BHTA) bargaining unit negotiating a new wages agreement with the Barbados Workers’ Union.

The group of five high-end hotels, four of which are situated on Barbados’ West Coast, will be going it alone as the BHTA enters discussion with the union for a new three-year wages agreement that should take effect on December 15.

With this decision, Elegant Resorts joins the five-star luxury Sandy Lane Hotel, which was one of the first to break away from the BHTA negotiating process.

A highly placed source told the Sunday Sun that with 1 100 employees spread through the five Elegant hotels, “our size is enough that we can negotiate on our own for terms more specific to us”. (GC)

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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