Over to LIME
PRIME?MINISTER?Freundel Stuart has brokered a “compromise” that has wiped away the immediate threat of industrial action by the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) against telecommunications giant LIME.
It is now up to LIME’s external hierarchy to give the thumbs up to the “win-win” proposal arrived at during Tuesday night’s marathon ten-hour session at Government Headquarters under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister.
In separate interviews with the DAILY?NATION yesterday, union boss Sir Roy Trotman described the talks as “rewarding”, while LIME’s chief executive Alex McDonald said there had been “meaningful movement and development on both sides”.
However, neither party was willing to divulge details of the compromise, which has been taken forward by LIME negotiators, due to report to the Prime Minister by tomorrow.
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