Let’s talk

The Barbados Chamber of Commerce & Industry is appealing for a speedy resolution to the dispute between the Barbados Workers Union and the management of the Barbados Water Authority, which has led to  strike action at the island’s main ports of entry.

In a statement, the grouping urged the disputing parties to put “the national good first and take into consideration Barbados’ reputation, the rights of the employees, the impact on business and the costs implications for those affected.”

2 Responses to Let’s talk

  1. jrsmith March 24, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    The Barbados Chamber of Commerce & Industry is appealing for a speedy resolution, to whom are they appealing this is a political matter , find those wankers as government to sort this matter..

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  2. James Franks March 24, 2016 at 4:40 pm

    Barbados, to bite the hand that feeds you is just plain and simply stupid.

    International travellers will vote with their feet if you carry on with this foolishness .

    Time to wake-up and smell the coffee!!

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