Verandah Resort and Spa: ABWU to discuss outstanding Severance Payments former employees

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The Antigua & Barbuda Worker’s Union invites all former employees of the Verandah Resort and Spa and the St. James’s Club to a meeting on Wednesday 28th April 2021, from 10AM to 1PM, at the Union’s Headquarters, Freedom Hall, located on Lower Newgate Street.

Matters relating to outstanding Severance Payments will be discussed.

To Facilitate the safety of our membership, and in compliance with the current COVID-19 protocols, a limit of 25 members will be granted entry at a time.

Each meeting session will last for at least 30 minutes.

All are asked to please make a special effort to attend, and to be on time.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Yet traitor dictator Gaston has the balls to tell former LIAT employees they won’t be getting their complete severance as well as their retirement funds.

    This is the usual bullshit traitor dictator Gaston constantly does. We are nothing but his financial slaves and he will keep on doing bullshit like this unless we vote that scum out and then go after him for all his illicit dealings as well as get his ill gotten financial gains back in the Treasury.

  2. 👀Carlisle Bay staff watching and waiting 🤔💭

    The Union deducts people’s hard earned money and does nothing but poor representation and drawn out cases. It’s always a tug of war between employers and employees when it comes to severance payouts. How do you allow a hotel to lay off <staff twice in 4 months and then extend the lay off again with not even a cent especially after being home for 6 months prior to that??

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