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JTA applauded for 60 years of advocacy 2024-04-02 [Jamaica Observer]

Workers at Spectrum Management Authority issue 72-hour strike notice 2024-03-23 [The Gleaner]

Trade unionist calls for publication of full Finsac report 2024-03-15 [Jamaica Observer]

Teleperformance Jamaica, UNI Global Union and BITU Trade Union announce new agreement 2024-01-26 [UNI Global Union]

UCASE unhappy with pace of salary talks at UC Rusal 2024-01-25 [The Observer]

The evolution of the Shipping Association of Jamaica 2024-01-16 [The Gleaner]

Lab technologists return to work at National Public Health Laboratory and National Blood Transfusion Services 2024-01-11 [Radio Jamaica]

Public sector dentists decry lack of adequate resources 2024-01-07 [Radio Jamaica]

UTech grades released following talks 2024-01-06 [The Gleaner]

UTech academic staff reportedly restive, students' union concerned about grades 2024-01-01 [The Gleaner]

BITU welcomes digital transformation, upskilling of labour force 2023-11-13 [The Observer]

Canada shines light on gender equality champions in Jamaica 2023-11-09 [The Observer]

Simon Black discusses unionization’s empowerment of Jamaican domestic workers 2023-11-09 [Brock U]

IDT rules CTL employees were unjustifiably dismissed after 2016 strike 2023-11-05 [The Gleaner]

Brock researcher delivers report on domestic workers’ rights in Jamaica 2023-10-13 [Brock U]

Security guards' fight goes back to court 2023-08-21 [The Observer]

Med techs move to act against UTASP 2023-08-20 [The Observer]

Tourism Workers Pension Scheme Pulls in $876 Million 2023-07-29 [Turbo News]

NWC, unions iron out five-point agreement 2023-07-19 [The Gleaner]

NWC workers issue 72-hour strike notice 2023-07-09 [The Gleaner]

Bureau of Standards employees restive 2023-07-03 [Radio Jamaica]

Unions want urgent resolution to dispute between HEART, employees 2023-06-26 [The Gleaner]

Household horrors! Domestic workers union hopes to see silence broken on traumatic tales of sexual harassment in the workplace 2023-06-26 [The Gleaner]

Techa Clarke-Griffiths elected first female president of 104-y-o civil service union 2023-05-28 [The Gleaner]

Labour Day: the ILO and workers’ rights at home and abroad 2023-05-24 [The Gleaner]

Civil servants vote for a new leader 2023-05-12 [The Observer]

BPO sector mulls AI, union representation 2023-05-12 [The Gleaner]

Displaced MBMBC commuters facing high transportation cost 2023-05-05 [The Gleaner]

MoBay Metro drivers withdraw services amid salary dispute 2023-04-28 [The Gleaner]

Immigration officers on strike over Government’s compensation review exercise 2023-03-14 [CNW]

Time to regularise construction workers 2022-08-28 [The Gleaner]

'Employers treat us like we're not human beings' 2022-08-21 [The Gleaner]

En Jamaïque, un boom des services de support à distance au mépris des lois du travail 2021-03-08 [Equal Times]

Is the Jamaican government giving BPO investors the “green light to disregard labour laws”? 2021-03-09 [Equal Times]

Is the Jamaican government giving BPO investors the “green light to disregard labour laws”? 2021-03-08 [Equal Times]

UAWU: “Labour ministry launches COVID-19 Labour Market Task Force” 2020-12-17 [IUF]

After 9 months without pay, Jamaican women's soccer team goes on strike 2019-09-06 [Think Progress]

Women's football team go on strike in protest at not being paid for historic World Cup performance 2019-09-08 [The Independent]

NSWMA sanitation workers withdraw strike notice 2022-07-20 [The Gleaner]

Social scientist welcomes move to introduce paternity leave 2022-07-15 [Loop]

Jamaica: General secretary Dalton Wint resigns after team refuse to play 2022-06-07 [BBC]

Salary consultations with unions to conclude in 6 months, 'no worker will be worse off' - Finance Minister 2022-05-16 [Gleaner]

MoBay tax office workers strike over 'malfunctioning AC' 2021-06-23 [Jamaica Observer]

Union research highlights crucial role of state and ICT in quality education during COVID-19 and beyond 2020-08-31 [Education International]

Women trade union leaders preparing for the future 2019-10-02 [BWI]

Ministry confirms joint bargaining policy at JISCO/Alpart 2019-04-16 [The Observer]

'Enough is enough' - Operations halted at New Day bauxite plant as workers protest 2018-09-25 [The Daily Observer]

Jamaica Teachers Association: More attention to professional standards 2017-04-26 [Education International]

Jobs are on the line as Scotiabank restructures 2017-03-25 [The Daily Herald]

This month in labour history

This month in labour history

23-04-1938 The Poor Man's Improvement and Land Settlement Association presents its petition to the Governor of the island, protesting "landlords who are sucking out our vitalities." [more]

29-04-1938 1000 labourers working on the construction of a large sugar factory on the Frome estate in Jamaica went on strike for more pay. It triggered a wave of strikes across the island which faced heavy repression from British police. [more]