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Labour News.


Labour Legislation and Industrial Relations Best Practice

The Labour Department, continues to promote labour management cooperation with its Seminar Series entitled “Labour Legislation and Industrial Relations Best Practice” by hosting two (2) half-day Seminars. 

 

The upcoming seminars will be held on 2nd Floor Warrens Office Complex, Warrens, St. Michael on February 24th and 25thth, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

 

Registration will be at 8:45 a.m. each day.

 

Kindly contact the Labour Department at  310-1534/1507/1508 or email  Donna Best-Frederick at dfrederick @labour.gov.bb or Pauline Farnum at pfarnum@labour .gov.bb by Monday February 22nd,2016.

 

The picture on the left of this article which highlights the flyer of the upcoming serminar can be clicked to be enlarged. 


Published: Wednesday, 17th February, 2016





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3rd Floor West, Warrens Office Complex, Warrens, St. Michael, Barbados | Tel: (246) 535-1400 | Fax: (246) 425-0266 | E-Mail: mol@labour.gov.bb