BWU wants pay details
THE BARBADOS WORKERS’ Union (BWU) is interested in two things from the National Conservation Commission (NCC).
BWU general secretary, Toni Moore, said they need to know how much the 25 workers they represented in the matter brought before the Employment Rights Tribunal in the case of Anderson Chase versus the NCC will be paid, and when the payments will be made.
She was speaking to the media after a meeting with some of the former workers this evening.
And while Moore said the matters were not brought up in the open meeting, some of the angry workers called for an overturn of the decision made by the tribunal, and for the entire board of the NCC to be fired during interviews with members of the Press prior to the start of the meeting. (YB)