Thirty-one workers at the Bimini Bay Resort were laid off earlier this week as the company continued to struggle with low occupancy levels.
Postal workers went on strike yesterday, claiming working conditions are “unbearable”. Maybe the public should go on strike from paying these people whose efficiency has been “unbearable” for years.
Despite the noise from the PLP and union leaders, many Bahamians feel that the severence packages paid out to ZNS employees were extremely generous, especially considering the lacklustre job they did.
The board of the Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas (BCB) completed its new organisation chart on Friday. Dozens of workers, including some popular on-camera personalities, were dismissed.
Union chief advises members at the Broadcasting Corporation not to accept the government’s redundancy packages, which were offered yesterday.
Still relatively new, video resumes are now being used to land smart job seekers their “dream job,” because the HR field is beginning to embrace online branding and the use of new technology.
Workers at the Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation (AMMC) were shocked to find out that their National Insurance contributions were only paid up to November and December of 2009.