Krystal Kayy

Public Admin Ministry: Working from home is neither an entitlement nor a right

Some positions within the Public Service simply do not allow for the work from home arrangement according to Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Public Administration Claudelle McKellar as he addressed the Joint Select Committee on the impact of the work from home and other alternative work arrangements.  McKellar sought

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Face-Masks at Schools

Despite an overwhelming number of parents agreeing that face masks should remain part of the attire among school-children and their teachers, the leader of the First Wave Movement, Umar Abdullah said he has numerous studies showing face-masks are useless and therefore he does not support the measure imposed by the

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TCL workers, retirees protest monies owed to them ahead of union meeting

Employees and retirees of Trinidad Cement Limited have staged demonstrations outside the company’s Claxton Bay compound for almost two months, twice a week, expressing their frustrations about the nonpayment of cost of living allowances (COLA) and other benefits.  Tuesday was no different, just one day before TCL management was set

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NIB running at a deficit, PSA NIB Chairman says this is not uncommon for social security systems.

Urgent reform is required at the National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago as the company is currently running at a deficit. These were the words of Executive Director Niala Persad- Poliah. “Expenditure has been growing because of the aging population and people are living longer healthier lifestyles so the

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Social Development Minister Confirms Corruption Widespread in T&T.

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service(TTPS) will investigate 31 rental applications that were forwarded by the Social Development and Family Services ministry as Minister Donna Cox once again admitted that there were several discrepancies in its distribution.  This was after her ministry undertook a review of its systems and internal controls

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