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No more kid gloves from union

BARRY ALLEYNE, [email protected]

No more kid gloves from union

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THE BARBADOS WORKERS UNION (BWU) is rolling up its sleeves to deal with outstanding industrial relations issues.

That’s the word from general secretary Toni Moore.

During her hour-long maiden May Day speech on Friday, Moore warned three separate entities that the BWU would soon be knocking on their doors: The Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA), the Barbados Agricultural Management Company (BAMC), and G4 Security.

“We have experienced recently with the hotel industry, an approach to protract negotiations past the end of the season in April, so that failure to agree on proposals might not be met with any show of disapproval that would taint visitor experience,” she said.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.