Dismissed NCC workers protest

Dismissed National Conservation Commission (NCC) workers staged a protest outside the headquarters of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) this morning, as they expressed anger and frustration at the long wait in getting a hearing in their matter.

The employees, who were dismissed in April this year, said they could no longer wait on the Employment Rights Tribunal to hear their case of unfair dismissal and they will push for interim payment until their severance is settled.

They made their position clear to the media after meeting with NUPW officials.

The workers charged that they have been badly treated and have been left empty handed.

3 Responses to Dismissed NCC workers protest

  1. NAKED DEPARTURE - The Trilogy Series
    NAKED DEPARTURE - The Trilogy Series November 19, 2014 at 2:47 pm

    It is understandable that people will become angry when they are out their money.

  2. James Austin Bynoe
    James Austin Bynoe November 19, 2014 at 3:50 pm

    Union members now protesting outside union headquarters …. Unbelievable but understandable noting the poor representation they have received from “sell out” union leaders …. I’m not sure how these men sleep at night.

  3. Sanderson Rowe November 19, 2014 at 6:35 pm

    The government has let them down. The Union has let them down, and when what little money they have runs out, society will also let them down.


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