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Thursday, 09 November 2017 18:59

PSA Members Tell Watson Duke: Fix Home First

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Staff at the Public Services Association protested against the Association's President, Watson Duke, in front their Abercromby Street Headquarters on Thursday evening.

The workers who are represented by the Banking, Insurance and General Workers Union, demonstrated the treatment meted out to them by Mr. Duke.

The workers said they are disenchanted and frustrated over several issues that are not being attended to by the PSA President.

One of their main concerns is the lack of information regarding the PSA's Pension Plan. They claim the Pension Plan is under-funded by more than $2 million and no actuarial review has been done for a number of years.

The BIGWU Branch President of the PSA said they are working on 2010 salaries, and negotiations have been stalled for some time now.

The PSA workers said their protest has nothing to do with this month's PSA elections. They said they have had enough, and Mr. Duke needs to fix home first.

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