Workers still suffer poor wages, job insecurity

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Workers still suffer poor wages, job insecurity 2019-06-19 [Newsday]

Duke: What is Govt’s labour policy? 2019-06-19 [Newsday]

Duke won't be union 'dinosaur' 2019-06-19 [Newsday]

OWTU to Govt: Pay TTEC debt or citizens will suffer 2019-06-11 [Newsday]

Roget hopeful over refinery bid 2019-05-28 [Newsday]

Union: RBC staff told to apply for VSEP – or else 2019-05-21 [Newsday]

Duke threatens to shut down TT 2019-05-11 [Newsday]

This Trinidadian national heroine is celebrated for her role in the iconic Caribbean workers’ riots in the 1930s 2019-05-04 [Face2Face]

Workers in May Day march 2019-05-02 [Newsday]

ATGWU head says Sat’s sedition case laughable 2019-04-22 [Newsday]

Trade unionist: Contract work eroding family life, health 2019-03-28 [Loop]

Roget: Women’s issues on back burner 2019-03-27 [Newsday]

ILO to host high-level conference on the future of work we want 2019-02-14 [ILO]

Industrial relations storm brewing in T&T 2019-01-02 [The Guardian]

CWU head: A tumultuous time 2019-01-01 [Newsday]

Bleak Xmas for ex Petrotrin workers 2018-12-31 [Newsday]

'Retrenched petrotrin workers stage protest' 2018-12-17 [Trinidad Newsday]

Talk about top heavy 2018-12-15 [The Express]


OWTU to talk with Petrotrin board next week on takeover plan 2018-12-15 [Newsday]

No backpay for ex-Petrotrin temps 2018-12-15 [The Guardian]

Labour Minister: I feel workers’ pain 2018-12-15 [Newsday]

‘Is TSTT union-busting?’ 2018-12-15 [Newsday]

'CWU, TSTT go to court over dismissals' 2018-12-14 [Trinidad Newsday]

'TSTT sends home more workers' 2018-12-13 [Caribbean News Service]

'Union boss kicked out TSTT headquarters' 2018-12-13 [Trinidad Guardian]

'TSTT security ejects CWU leader' 2018-12-13 [Trinidad Newsday]

' TSTT HANGS UP ON WORKERS Execs among 554 sent home in past month' 2018-12-13 [Trinidad Newsday]

Petrotrin ruling weakening trade union movement 2018-11-21 [Loop]

'Elder: 800 TSTT jobs at risk' 2018-11-15 [Trinidad Newsday]

'CWU predicts TSTT job cuts by end of week' 2018-11-14 [Trinidad Newsday]

'TSTT sending home over 100 workers' 2018-11-13 [Trinidad Guardian]

'OWTU: Industrial court, unions essential' 2018-11-02 [Trinidad Newsday]

'Petrotrin sues against Industrial Court considering MOA' 2018-11-01 [Trinidad Newsday]

Govt out to crush trade unions 2018-10-21 [Newsday]

Moves to save 21,000 Petrotrin medical plans 2018-09-30 [The Guardian]

Petrotrin workers speak out 2018-09-30 [The Guardian]

JTUM to stage 3-day protest march 2018-09-29 [The Guardian]

Oil joins with sugar, 3-day ‘historic’ march, says Roget 2018-09-29 [The News]

Petrotrin rejects Union plan; refinery operations cease November 30 2018-09-29 [Loop]

Colourful send-off for union leader 2018-09-28 [The Daily Express]

Union proposal: Petrotrin plan will fail 2018-09-23 [The Express]

Roget: OWTU has foreign partner for refinery 2018-09-20 [The Guardian]

All 3,500 Petrotrin workers to be sent home- Espinet 2018-09-16 [The Stabroek News]

Private sector employees blank ‘strike’ 2018-09-09 [Newsday]

Private sector reports an 88% turnout 2018-09-08 [The Guardian]

No clear winners in national strike 2018-09-08 [The Guardian]

Caricom fuel contracts with Petrotrin in trouble 2018-09-07 [Newsday]

Minister threatens to fine, jail workers if they strike on Friday 2018-09-06 [Caribbean News Now]

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This month in labour history

28-06-1903 Malcolm Nurse, better known as Pan-African socialist and trade unionist George Padmore, is born inTacarigua. [more]