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Smith retires from NUPW

PR/Carol Martindale ,

Added 11 July 2019


Roslyn Smith has retired as NUPW general secretary. (FP)

The National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) has announced the retirement of general secretary Roslyn Smith.

 A short statement from the union yesterday stated that Smith has retired after 47 years of service.

“Smith’s retirement would have commenced on October 1, 2018. National Council decided to grant an extension of her employment to March 31, 2019. After careful consideration the National Council decided that there will be no further extension of Smith’s contract. (PR/CM)

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