PM tells hoteliers to fix their product to pay staff better


Prime Minister Gaston Browne has made the case for better wages for hotel workers in Antigua & Barbuda.

He says what some hotel workers are making today is less than before.

In this clip from Pointe FM, Browne makes the case for better wages in the hotel sector.

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  1. Mr. P.M, can you please tell the hoteliers to rehire their employees who have “forfeited” their jobs and let them get covid-tested bi-monthly?

    At least you have some heart after all.

  2. Tourism is the main industry, the workers help make the hotel what it is. Render unto ceasar what is for ceasar.

  3. With all the concessions these hotels received from govt it is their social responsibility to pay workers a livable wage.
    If the Hoteliers are not willing to come on board then the govt must step in. Start from within the cabinet, Sir Robin must be pushed to take the lead and get verandah pineapple galley bay and St James to come on board and do their share for nation building.
    It’s not fair for union bosses to get fat off of dinners and lunches while workers toil for meagre pay.

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