Contractors involved in the national landfill development project could be charged with fraud and theft by way of employment for nearly $700,000 in over-payments.
While the legal battle for Atlantis could go on for years, a top accountant and liquidator says the thousands of Bahamians employed at Atlantis are secure in the short-term.
The Bahamas Department of Statistics has launched a national wage and productivity survey at 600 organizations across major industries in the Bahamas.
PLP candidates displayed callous insensitivity and blatant political selfishness when they attempted to gain points from the displacement of 70-plus Hutchinson Whampoa employees.
Employees of the National Insurance Board (NIB) gathered in the Ball Room at Government House on October 18 for the presentation of Long Service Awards.
City Market employees gathered to protest the improper and disrespectful treatment they have suffered from Bahamas Supermarkets, of which Mark Finlayson is the principal.
The Viva Wyndham Fortuna hotel in Grand Bahama remains closed after the passing of Hurricane Irene but with very little information forthcoming, hotel employees have been shrouded in uncertainty.
During the Public Hospital Authority’s Employee Recognition Awards Ceremony on July 19 at Government House a number of persons were honoured for long service.