Survey on HIV, gender hits the road
EMPLOYEES OF businesses in Christ Church and St Philip were yesterday quizzed on their knowledge of gender and HIV discrimination in the workplace.
The Ministry of Labour’s Project Unit through its HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme conducted a survey of 200 employees during a bus tour that started at Southern Plaza, Oistins and touched several other businesses as it worked its way up to Six Roads Industrial Estate, St Philip.
Project coordinator Rhonda Farley said the information gathered from the survey would be used to develop future programmes.
“We want to find out what people know about discrimination because we are going to be bringing the legislation soon. So that information will help us to further strengthen our legislation as well also our education programme for the work place,” she said. (LK)
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