Civil Servants Put Strike Plans On Hold Despite Not Agreeing With Govt
Speaking after yesterday’s meeting with Government, Apex Council chairperson Mrs Cecelia Alexander said they decided to shelve plans to hold a strike because any action by them might be linked to issues which have nothing to do with labour.
She said most unions agreed to pursue the route of negotiation for about two to three weeks to monitor the situation. She said they had not agreed to Government’s 19% increase. Said Alexander:
There were disagreements on whether or not to go on strike, but most unions felt it is not yet ripe to go on strike and we should pursue the route of negotiation. They feel that for now the situation is polarised and any action that we take might be linked to issues which have nothing to do with labour. We have decided to give ourselves about two to three weeks to monitor the situation and while we see what Government will be doing on the ground. We have not yet settled for this.Feedback
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