PM warns severance pay ‘dodgers’ – Barbados Today


Prime Minister Mia Mottley has warned corporate Barbados, especially tourism industry players, to pay their workers’ severance once they can afford to do so. Speaking shortly after the end of a meeting with several ministers as well as staff and union representatives of the security firm G4S over the ongoing pay row, the Prime Minister […]
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CARICOM AG urges special unit to fight EU blacklisting - Barbados Today

Some Caribbean Community attorneys general on Tuesday called for greater unity among CARICOM states – possibly spearheaded by a special office – to fight the issue of the blacklisting of their tax jurisdictions by the European Union (EU). Bahamas’ AG Carl Bethel suggested that the establishment of a committed unit […]