Abolish temporary postings – CTUSAB angered at Government ignoring its own laws

Government appears to be sending mixed signals for union negotiations, if the Civil Service is a valued arm of its performance, according a member of CTUSAB – they wonder why should Government’s staff be relegated to an ambiguous authority.

Mary Redman, while President of the Barbados Secondary Teachers Union, is part of the umbrella body representing Barbadian trade unions and staff associations – her concern is how can the Freundel Stuart regime flout legal convention with extended temporary posts and yet claim they have the employee (private or public sector) at heart.

In her BSTU capacity, Ms Redman disclosed at a recent press briefing, she explained while examining the ongoing concerns by teachers over Schools Based Assessment has revealed shortcomings which have wider implications. Jobs which should be clearly defined as promotions are treated as temporary because of archaic methods to define qualifications, which created ironic implications for Government itself;-

In her BSTU capacity, Ms Redman disclosed at a recent press briefing, she explained while examining the ongoing concerns by teachers over Schools Based Assessment has revealed shortcomings which have wider implications. Jobs which should be clearly defined as promotions are treated as temporary because of archaic methods to define qualifications, which created ironic implications for Government itself;-

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