Minister of Labour Shane Gibson has put in a recommendation to the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) on behalf of fired employee Elizabeth Thompson.
Kerzner International president and managing director George Markantonis said employee crime is a problem the Atlantis Resort deals with every day.
A forensic accounting report has found that The City Markets employee pension fund was unable to pay the $11 million owed to beneficiaries “because of lack of liquidity”.
The recent disclosure of bonus allocations to NIB executives highlights an important distinction between the public and private sectors – that of incentivized pay.
Eighty per cent of the former employees of the defunct City Market supermarket chain are still waiting for their severance pay and benefits and have now lost faith in the Bahamas legal system.
A crowd of hundreds representing the country’s two largest unions, stormed the Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) headquarters demanding the reinstatement of a fired employee.
Despite the PLP’s fast election talk and plethora of promises Bahamian workers left in the cold over the City Market demise have seen no action in the typical “late-again style” of the last Christie government.
Nepotism and political bias are suspected in the recent staff changes at ZNS which have caused an uproar as seasoned journalists are reassigned and replaced with inexperienced new hirees.
Minister of Labour and National Insurance Shane Gibson wrongfully urged Wyndham workers to apply for unemployment benefits though most of them are not even eligible.