Roslyn Smith (Picture by Reco Moore)
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THE NATIONAL UNION of Public Workers (NUPW) is to launch a public march shortly aimed at getting a better deal for laid-off National Conservation Commission (NCC) workers.
The announcement was made by acting general secretary of the union Roslyn Smith during a meeting with about 30 retrenched NCC employees this morning at NUPW's headquarters in Dalkeith, St Michael.
Smith said the protest was to register the union’s concern about the slow movement towards a settlement of the charge of wrongful dismissal levelled against the NCC.
No date has been announced. (TY)