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St Helena : St Helena: Basil Read work stoppage
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 21.09.2013 (Article Archived on 19.10.2013)

A meeting was held between representatives of a small portion of the airport workforce and management where issues relating to employment conditions were discussed. The terms and conditions of employment were re-iterated to all employees.





Press release – Basil Read
work stoppage



 



A meeting was held between representatives of a small portion of the
airport workforce and management where issues relating to employment conditions
were discussed. The terms and conditions of employment were re-iterated to all
employees.



 



None of the issues raised were related to the accommodation or amenities
provided as per some inaccurate media reports. All employees have returned to
their work stations and operations are continuing as normal.



 



It is with regret that the matter resulted in a work stoppage as all
protocols, procedures and communication channels are, and have been in place
from inception of the contract for any employees to air their grievances.



 



The events of the past few days’ stoppage has not affected the works
programme in any manner whatsoever.



 



No employees have or will be dismissed, or are being sent back to RSA
because of the work stoppage. A few expatriates will be proceeding on annual
leave on the next RMS voyage for a well-earned rest.



 



The matter has been concluded and it is back to business as usual.



 



Charles Schwarz Human Resources Manager



 

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