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Friday, 24 November 2017 17:10

UTT Staff Protest Late Payment Of Salaries

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Staff at the University of Trinidad and Tobago will be paid late this month, and this is because the University has not received its subvention from Government for the month of November.

Added to that, Government is giving them millions less than what is required to pay all members of staff.

On Friday morning, the workers protested at the O’Meara Campus against this. However, the President of the University issued a statement to the workers explaining the situation.

Here's Rishi Harrynanan with the details.

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