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NUPW seeking meeting


NATASHA BECKLES, [email protected]

NUPW seeking meeting

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NATIONAL UNION of Public Workers’ (NUPW)?general secretary Dennis Clarke has expressed dissatisfaction with the way more than 300 drainage division workers were sent home.
Speaking after an almost two-hour long meeting at the union’s Dalkeith, St Michael headquarters, he identified notice, vacation pay and unemployment benefits as some of the main concerns.
Clarke said the NUPW was seeking an urgent meeting with officials of the Ministry of Environment and the Services Commission.
Furthermore, he said he hoped other Government departments would use the example of the Drainage Unit as the way not to treat their temporary workers.
“It is totally unacceptable what happened to these workers,” Clarke stressed.
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