NCC hearing begins next Wednesday

The wait is over!

More than a year after they were dismissed under controversial circumstances, workers at the National Conservation Commission will get their chance to appear before the Employment Rights Tribunal next week.

 

NCC workers were dismissed at the end of April last year.

Today chairman of the tribunal Hal Gollop announced that the body will begin hearing the cases of the more than 80 workers next Wednesday over a three-day period.

 

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Hal Gollop, chairman of the Employment Rights Tribunal

The matter, which he said is a class action suit, will be heard at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St Michael.

 

3 Responses to NCC hearing begins next Wednesday

  1. sam clarke September 22, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    WELL IT IS ABOUT TIME THAT THIS HEARING AND OTHERS THAT HAVE BEEN LINGERING AROUND BE HEARD . IT IS TOME FOR A CLEARING OF THE AIR OFT MUSTY ODOR OF GROSS INCOMPETENCE. IT IS CRUCIAL THAT MR. GOLLOP AND HIS TRIBUNAL NOT ONLY SPEND THREE DAYS ON THIS, BUT SPEND QUALITY TIME ON THIS INQUIRY. THESE PEOPLE DESERVE BETTER.

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  2. dave September 23, 2015 at 9:45 am

    Should have never come to this. The Minister should have stuck to fairness: First In ; Last Out

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  3. jrsmith September 23, 2015 at 10:47 am

    The disgusting behaviour by people in management in Barbados , rears its head continuously, and seems as though the people concern have no moral shame as to the problems and pressures place on bajans. all you get ,excuses and talk ,talk , my impression a lot of appointments is on party and not because people are really qualified to do the job.

    How could an educated society, of persons cannot, sit face to face and discuss difference of opinions , without one side throwing they toys out of they pram and taking as long as they want to as punishment against the complainants, to bring any form of decent judgement. this matter should have never come to this and taken so long.

    Bajans are being treated like second class citizens, because our politicians, don’t like when people complain. in Barbados it must be always they way or no way. its about time we in Barbados, fight to get our country back from people who are doing what they feel like.

    This is where we are at , with our politicians and what bajans must put up with, a case which should have been settled, at diplomatic level , is still rumbling on and on, this is stupidness we can’t expect nothing more . (The shanique Marie case.) that’s why we are going to struggle.

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