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Not like that, LIME told

Not like that, LIME told

By Geralyn Edward, Business Editor | Fri, September 14, 2012 - 12:11 AM

Cable & Wireless (C&W) has put the Social Partnership on notice that it wants to send home more of its employees in another round of retrenchments.

And Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) general secretary Sir Roy Trotman met yesterday with scores of the workers at its Solidarity House headquarters to update them on developments and develop a response.

Workers expected to lose their jobs include staff in the four retail outlets at Sheraton, Warrens, Carlisle House and Windsor Lodge, and from back office operations, including accounting and dispatchers.

Sir Roy said last night that he told C&W, which trades as LIME, it had to write the chairperson of the subcommittee of the Social Partnership – Minister of Labour Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo – if it planned to make major job cuts.

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Posted by J. Payne 2 years ago
Seems like a new time to attach new rules to their operations. Such as they can no longer charge competing companies anymore than they charge themselves in interconnection rates. That will keep the market fair.

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