LIME workers walk off jobScores of disgruntled LIME workers met at the company’s Windsor Lodge headquarters in Government Hill after going on strike. (Nigel Browne)
By Mike King | Fri, May 04, 2012 - 12:10 AM
LIME staffers took major industrial action yesterday that crippled the company’s operations, and it seems Prime Minister Freundel Stuart will once more play a part in the long running dispute.
Hundreds of LIME workers walked off the job, claiming the company had reneged on promises made in the presence of the Prime Minister at the bargaining table to pay wage increases.
Every outlet, from corporate headquarters at the Windsor Lodge complex in Government Hill to the retail stores at Sheraton and Warren, were closed with many workers heading home before midday.
Many of them lambasted management for failing to live up to its end of the bargain after talks involving the Prime Minister last month seemed to have ended the long-running dispute that dealt with a wages accord and job evaluation.
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