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NUPW to probe pay delay

ANTOINETTE CONNELL, antoinetteconnell@nationnews.com

Added 12 August 2019

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National Union of Public Workers deputy general secretary Wayne Walrond

THE SPORADIC WAY some nurses are being paid is to be investigated by the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW).

Against a background of complaints coming out from one of the polyclinics, NUPW deputy general secretary Wayne Walrond said the irregular payment of public servants have been happening for too long.

A nurse said she has not been paid for five months and was practically in tears as she worried about how she would get her mounting bills taken care of while supporting a child. She was among some other workers who have been lamenting that they were yet to be paid after months of working. (AC)

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