24 hours to respond – Barbados Today


The management of G4S Secure Solutions (Barbados) Limited has been given until 4 p.m. Friday to provide a suitable response to the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU)’s wage proposals and other outstanding matters that have prompted industrial action over the last few days.This was revealed after almost eight hours of dialogue involving Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations Colin Jordan, BWU General Secretary Toni Moore, BWU Industrial Relations Consultant Sir Roy Trotman and a handful of G4S union delegates that started around 9:30 at the Warrens, St. Michael Labour Department offices.
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Consider decentralization, hoteliers told - Barbados Today

Owners of small hotels are being told that if they decentralize their operations it will improve their business and empower their employees.The advice has come from economist Dr Justin Ram, who believes the Intimate Hotels of Barbados (IHB) should consider making the move.Delivering the feature address at the IHB’s Annual […]