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NATUC claims it was not consulted in the Labour Ministry’s ten point plan on unemployment.

NATUC claims it was not consulted in the Labour Ministry’s ten point plan on unemployment.

One trade union is claiming that the input of the sector was not sought by the Labour Ministry in developing a ten point plan to address recent job losses.

Labour Minister, Jennifer Baptiste Primus, explains that the plan was created to help cushion the effects of job cuts.

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Speaking in the Senate this afternoon Mrs. Baptiste Primus revealed that the Ministry is aware of massive retrenchment that has taken place in the country.

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However, National Trade Union Center President, Michael Annisette, in a News Power Now interview this afternoon argued that the views of the labour movement was not taken into account on this important matter.

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Mr. Annisette also gave comments on government interest in exploring job opportunities that are now available for nationals in Canada.

A Canadian recruiting company has expressed an interest in coming to this country to engage in discussions on the issue in December this year.

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