NCC hearing put back again
NOT FOR THE first time since the process started, the Employment Rights Tribunal hearing for displaced National Conservation Commission (NCC) workers was adjourned, yesterday.
It was around 5:12 p.m., and just about four hours with NCC general manager Keith Neblett on the stand, when counsel for the NCC, Mitch Codrington, asked for an adjournment because of illness.
The hearing is slated for conclusion today, but the number of adjournments was something being closely watched by president of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), Akanni McDowall, who was present at yesterday’s session at the Warrens Office Complex.
He said he did not want to dictate the pace of the tribunal, but his concern was for the displaced workers.
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