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Friday, 19 January 2018 15:45

Union Wants Answers On $10M Bonus To TSTT Executive Members

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A bonus payment of $10 million to TSTT Executive Members is one of the major issues the Communications Workers Union (CWU) is questioning as they protested on Friday.

Additionally, they are demanding the reinstatement of four workers who were dismissed.

Secretary General of the CWU, Clyde Elder, led the protest asking the Board and Management to come clean on the matter.

He said the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance sits on the TSTT Board and as such would be aware of the payment.

According to Mr. Elder, this means the payment would have been done with the knowledge of the Minister of Finance.

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