Pay them their cash!
That was the plea from the Nationwide Union of Public Employees (NUPW) yesterday because it made one other plea to Authorities to discover a speedy decision to the plight of former Barbadian employees of collapsed regional airline LIAT.
On Thursday, spokesperson for the 55 severed employees, Captain Neil Cave, stated that they had written to Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley on Monday in a last-ditch effort to ease their struggling. At a press convention facilitated by Opposition Chief Bishop Joseph Atherley, Cave stated “issues have been dread” and that psychological well being points had now set in with some employees, with at the very least one making an attempt suicide.
Yesterday, president of the NUPW, Akanni McDowall, stated the time had lengthy gone for his or her constituents to be paid the severance that was as a consequence of them.
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