Shareholder Governments To Intervene In LIAT's Latest Dispute With Workers

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Liat’s acting CEO Julie Reifer-Jones says the shareholder governments have agreed to intervene in the carrier’s latest dispute with workers.
The unions representing the staff have said no to the company’s plan to pay salaries late because of it’s financial woes. The unions have also threatened to take action if Liat goes ahead with the deferrals.
Reifer-Jones has confirmed that she sent a letter to the Chairman of the shareholder governments, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves asking him to urgently intervene.
The acting CEO says the leaders have agreed to a meeting, which is to be held sometime next week in Barbados.
She however declined to say who would be at the talks and what would be discussed.
She did say the agenda would be wide-ranging and that the session would determine how Liat moves forward with the deferral of salaries.

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