Union wants new law amended – Barbados Today

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The National Union of Public Workers’ (NUPW) wants Government to go back to the drawing board with its recently legislated Public Service Appointment Act. Charging that too many of its members were being disadvantaged due to the strict requirements of the Act, NUPW’s Acting General Secretary Delcia Burke wants the legislation amended so a larger […]
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Parents regret that taxpayers will foot CXC bill - Barbados Today

by Kareem Smith Parents and students affected by the ongoing Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) saga have welcomed the Mia Mottley- administration’s promise to foot the bill for students demanding a review of their “erroneous” grades. Pressure groups at the forefront of the fight are however disappointed that taxpayers will be […]