The wait is over!
More than a year after they were dismissed under controversial circumstances, workers at the National Conservation Commission will get their chance to appear before the Employment Rights Tribunal next week.
Today chairman of the tribunal Hal Gollop announced that the body will begin hearing the cases of the more than 80 workers next Wednesday over a three-day period.
The matter, which he said is a class action suit, will be heard at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St Michael.
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