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Late yesterday evening, Friday, December 4, after more than five hours of discussions between the negotiating team of the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) and G4S management, under the chairmanship of the Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations, the Honourable Colin Jordan, the...
Statement from Toni Moore, the General Secretary of the Barbados Workers’ Union If we were to describe this COVID-19 pandemic in three words, they would be complex, fluid and uncertain. It has forced many countries around the world to make a number of critical decisions and many...
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The Youth Arm of the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU) recently paired its Youth Uplifting Community activity with its parent arm’s 80th Anniversary celebrations in a random act of kindness exercise that recognised a few of the Union’s retirees.
They fought and stood up for what we now call rights, those natural entitlements as a human being. That's why our youth are giving back. https://t.co/GMdwq2iZ5u
#bwuyoutharm #youthgiveback #randomactofkindness #80yearsyoung #80andcounting #celebratingourseniors
As all the greats say, life is a perpetual lesson, there is always one more thing to learn. Learn more with the #FWLC interesting line up of weekly courses. REGISTER NOW at https://t.co/iIxNgJ6h5T or email fwlabourcollegebwu @gmail.com. #eduanywhere #EducationForAll #BWU https://t.co/rV5BjpEYSw
As we reach this very important milestone of 80, the Executive Council recognises the tremendous opportunity for rebirth and transformation. We continue to re-examine and reshape our offerings to meet the needs of the Union’s publics.
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