The Wyndham Nassau Resort closed its doors this week, planning to remain closed for a little over six weeks – affecting more than 500 employees.
Every Thursday evening for the past six weeks, more than 125 BTC staff members left stress behind, headed to Mario’s, sunk their fingers into a bowling ball and kept their eye on the prize.
As part of its initiative to assist businesses with tapping into more international markets, the Bahamas Hotel Association is offering a low-cost, easy to use foreign language speaking program.
Baha Mar is in union talks over employee severance packages before the closure of the Wyndham Nassau Resort.
The premier of the Cayman Islands outlined plans for a “Community Enhancement Fee” to be charged at 10 percent of the remuneration paid to foreign work permit holders in the Cayman Islands.
BTC CEO Geoff Houston says nearly 100% of the company’s 794 member staff is Bahamian, including several new appointments in key positions.
Frustrated and concerned City Market employees are feeling left in the dark on the impending sale of the stores, with many workers still being owed three weeks back pay.
KFC made numerous efforts to get the union to appreciate its financial position but was forced to lock its doors when negotiations produced no meaningful movement.
Callenders & Co. partner Chad D. Roberts was recently named the leading corporate law expert in The Bahamas by the Global Law Experts.