Union to meet with Former LIAT Employees

LIAT Staff at recent meeting with union in 2020

The Antigua Barbuda Worker’s Union is inviting all LIAT 1974 Ltd. employees (represented by the Antigua Barbuda Workers’ Union) to a meeting on Wednesday 24th March 2021, From 10AM to 1PM.

The Union wishes to provide an Update as to the Government’s position on matters relating to LIAT 1974 Ltd. and severance entitlements for former employees of the Airline.

To Facilitate the safety of our membership while following all COVID-19 protocols, a limit of 25 members will be granted entry at a time into the Union Building. Each meeting session will last for at least 30 minutes.

The meeting will be held at the Union’s Headquarters, Freedom Hall, located on Lower Newgate Street. Employees are reminded to wear your mask to enter the building.

All are asked to please make a special effort to attend between the specified times.

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  1. A super spreader event organized by your union. To tell you absolutely nothing. The PM has put his offer on the table. 50% of the debt of Antigua’s share. What are the other shareholders doing?

    • FROM THE SIDELINE this is one time I will be open for you to educate me. Are Barbados and St. Vincent and the Grenadines still shareholders of LAIT? Sometime ago in the news it was stated that both countries would be selling their shares to Antigua and Barbuda for $1. If that was done then Antigua and Barbuda and perhaps Dominica are the remaining shareholders of LAIT. The point you should consider though, that with the change in the ownership status of LIAT, Antigua and Barbuda is the country that is left with the responsibility to carry the financial burden of LIAT. I hope that is not the case legally since it would mean that Mia Motley and Ralph Gonsalves have outsmarted your financial genius Prime Minister, Gaston Browne.

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