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St Helena : REMINDER OF DROP IN SESSIONS FOR PROPOSED PAID LEAVE & SICK PAY
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 21.07.2014 (Article Archived on 29.08.2014)

The consultation process for proposed paid leave and sick leave in the private sector will form the basis of a report that will identify the next steps forward. Both employers’ and employees’ opinions will be fully considered as part of this review.

REMINDER OF DROP IN SESSIONS FOR PROPOSED PAID LEAVE & SICK PAY

The consultation process for proposed paid leave and sick leave in the private sector will form the basis of a report that will identify the next steps forward. Both employers’ and employees’ opinions will be fully considered as part of this review.

The Human Rights Office will be open to assist with the consultation by taking individuals through the simple questionnaire provided. Private sector employees are urged to attend and make their views known.

The Human Rights Office will be open at the following times:

• Monday 21 July to Friday 1 August, 9am - 5pm (normal working hours)
• Saturday 26 July, 10am - 1pm
• Tuesday 22 & Thursday 24 July, additional opening until 7pm

The Human Rights Office is situated at the rear entrance to No3 Main Street. Access can be gained from the road in between St James Church and No 1 Main Street.

A private sector open access event will also be held at the Jamestown Community Centre on Wednesday 23 July at 7pm.

SHG
21 July 2014

 

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