Former workers at the Savannah Beach Hotel are calling on other unemployed tourism workers to rally together and take a stand against what they deem as disrespect and unfair treatment.
Their appeal followed a near two-hour protest by more than 20 ex-employees in front of the Hastings, Christ Church property yesterday. They complained about the inability to get their severance pay, described it as “unfair”.
They called for a protest march on a national scale.
“Our next step from here is writing for permission from the Commissioner of Police to stage a march,” said former waitress Jacqueline Forde. (SB)
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