APUA responds to LETTER from Employee about pay and working conditions

APUA Minister Robin yEARWOOD

The Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) management says it is unaware of any individual employee or group of employees claiming discrepancies in the work environment.

In a widely circulated letter on social media, there are claims of staff at APUA being overworked and underpaid.

The unidentified writer also alleges mistreatment of staff by members of the utility company’s management and long working hours across several departments.

A desire for a salary increase is also being expressed in the letter.

APUA Human Resource Manager Rodney Simon tells Observer more information will be provided on the matter at a later time. (newsco)


LETTER: We are overworked and underpaid at APUA

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  1. Where is the actual photo of “APUA Human Resource Manager Rodney Simon” referred to in the news article?

    He is the one who spoke to the news media so why is there another persons photo accompanying the article?


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