Daily Archives: Monday, 4 March 2024, 20:43

GTU President defends decision to agree to end teachers’ strike before pay increase

Last Updated on Monday, 4 March 2024, 20:43 by Denis Chabrol President of the Guyana Teachers’ Union. Dr Mark Lyte on Monday evening fended off sharp criticisms of his decision to sign a High court-mediated agreement for teachers to call off a 29-day strike to pave the way for collective bargaining for increased salaries and other issues. “To say that ...

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BREAKING: Teachers strike called off

Last Updated on Monday, 4 March 2024, 18:34 by Denis Chabrol A one-month old strike will come to an end from Wednesday. March 6, 2024, paving the way for discussions on salaries and other issues to begin on Thursday. That is according to representatives from the government and the Guyana Teachers’ Union said after an entire day of court-ordered mediation. ...

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Uproar at Public Service Credit Union meeting, Labour Ministry asked to intervene

Last Updated on Monday, 4 March 2024, 11:41 by Denis Chabrol Several outgoing members of the committee of management of the Guyana Public Service Cooperative Credit Union (GPSCCU) on Monday banged a table and shouted slogans, blocking a meeting of the newly-elected body. Police were eventually summoned to the Hadfield Street, Georgetown head office of the credit union. GPSCCU Outgoing ...

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OPINION: Are the Glenn Lall attacks on ExxonMobil causing irreparable harm?

Last Updated on Monday, 4 March 2024, 7:35 by Denis Chabrol By Dr. Randy Persaud, Professor Emeritus Hardly a day goes by without Kaieteur News publisher Mr. Glenn Lall making some derogatory remarks about ExxonMobil. The attacks are vented either directly or through Kaieteur News’ editorials. The letter section of KN and articles by columnists also partake in the relentless ...

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