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‘The flaws’ of last in, first out


HEATHER-LYNN EVANSON, [email protected]

‘The flaws’ of last in, first out

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THE PRINCIPLE OF last in, first out might be objective, quick and simple to use but it’s crude and could sometimes cost a company the best young employees.

Queen’s Counsel Hal Gollop made the assertion as he delivered the Employment Rights Tribunal’s (ERT) decision in the matter brought by retrenched National Conservation Commission (NCC) workers Cutie Lynch, on behalf of herself and those represented by the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), and Anderson Chase on behalf of himself and those under the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) bargaining unit. The ERT ruled the former workers were unfairly dismissed in 2014 and awarded them compensation as well as severance.

The 47-page decision took two hours to deliver on Friday. (HLE)

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

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