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BWU vetting CBC list


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The Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) will be examining the list of names on the chopping block at the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).

During that time, any “challenges” which arise will be addressed before any cuts are made.

General secretary Toni Moore told the media on Wednesday outside the Pine, St Michael offices of the state-owned corporation that they spent just over an hour meeting with board representatives.

“Right now the union is in possession of that list and we are in discussion with the persons likely to be impacted to see whether there are any grey areas, before communicating to the company so that a final clean list can then be drawn up.” (SAT)

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