Message In Recognition of May Day 2020

Message In Recognition of May Day 2020

Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations, Colin Jordan. (FP) As we acknowledge International Workers’ Day 2020, commonly referred to as May Day, we can be sure that this day, May 1, will be remembered as one of the toughest days for workers, as well as for...
Prime Minister: Papers On Pensions & Work

Prime Minister: Papers On Pensions & Work

Papers have been developed on the structure of work in Barbados in the private and public sectors, and on pensions. This disclosure came from Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley, who said two sub-committees of the Social Partnership had been mandated to develop the...
Browne’s Beach Car Park Closing For May Day Celebrations

Browne’s Beach Car Park Closing For May Day Celebrations

Members of the public are advised that the Browne’s Beach Car Park, Bay Street, St. Michael, will be closed from Monday, April 30, until Wednesday, May 2. This closure is required to facilitate the setup of staging and other structures required for the hosting of May...
Gov’t Creating Environment For Young People

Gov’t Creating Environment For Young People

Government is playing its part in creating an environment that is conducive to the development, empowerment and prosperity of this nation’s young people. This assertion came today from Minister of Labour, Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo, as she addressed the May Day 2018...
May Day Still Relevant To Barbados

May Day Still Relevant To Barbados

May Day is still very relevant to the social landscape of Barbados. Minister of Labour, Senator Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo, emphasised this point yesterday, while speaking at the annual May Day media launch at the Barbados Worker’s Union. While noting that Barbadians were...

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