Mere hours after returning to work this morning, employees at the Central Bank of Barbados are back off the job again.
That’s because talks between the Barbados Workers Union and the Central Bank to settle grievances have broken down.
BWU general secretary Toni Moore emerged from today’s discussions, saying that while the BWU had laid it case, the bank’s team was unprepared for the talks.
She told reporters the workers would continue their action until a new meeting is held.
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