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PSA President Tells Chief Personnel Officer To Treat Workers With Respect

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Public Services Association (PSA) President, Watson Duke, says he will not send any written information to the Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) regarding possible negotiations for 80,000 public servants who he's seeking to get monetary compensation for.

Cherrylene Lewis reports.

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