Tribunal to hear NCC – part two

The Hal Gollop-led Employment Rights Tribunal is set to hear round two of the National Conservation Commission (NCC) “unfair dismissal” case next month.

It involves NCC employees who are represented by the Barbados Workers Union (BWU), the tribunal having already concluded hearing in the case brought by workers at the statutory corporation who are represented by the National Union of Public Workers.

The matter is down for hearing from May 9 to 13, after which Gollop is due to render his judgment on the controversial dismissals, which occurred back in 2014.

Meanwhile, the tribunal is due to deliver its judgment on Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. in the case of former Chefette worker Orlando Harris, which was heard by the tribunal on February 16 and 22 this year.

On Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m., the tribunal will also begin hearings into the case of Jasmine Payne who is suing the Barbados Vocational Training Board.  (EJ)

3 Responses to Tribunal to hear NCC – part two

  1. Lilian Lloyd
    Lilian Lloyd April 12, 2016 at 5:05 am

    Forget Froon For Once & And Do The Right Thing

  2. Sunshine Sunny Shine April 12, 2016 at 6:23 am

    Hal Gollop. Is he the right person for the job due to his known affiliation with the Prime Minister?

  3. BaJan boy April 12, 2016 at 8:39 am

    Hal Gollop and Freundel Stuart seem to think Barbados belong to them. Unless BaJan get both of them out of their hair there will be no justice in Bim. Two uncaring,selfish,arrogant corrupt and secretly so individuals whose days are numbered and numbered forever.


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