With digitization in both the public and private sector high on the government’s agenda, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley outlined his vision of what he called a “transformed Trinidad and
“The irregularities continue at OSHA. They are not only defying the Court’s Order regarding short-term contracts, but payment of gratuity owed to some inspectors are outstanding.” Those were two concerns
A banking institution that reported a 16 percent improvement in its profitability at the end of 2021 will lay off close to 150 workers in Trinidad and Tobago in 2022.
Public Servants have expressed mixed views concerning Finance Minister Colm Imbert’s claim last week that salary negotiations will commence in March of this year. When PSA Media reached out to
With wage negotiations expected to commence soon, Minister of Public Administration Allyson West immediately dismissed claims that government is “scrambling” to pay salaries. “To ensure the timely payment of salaries
One Diego Martin doubles vendor told PSA media earlier this month that he had no intentions of increasing his prices; two weeks later, he’s singing a different tune. PSA media
All of the 1,329 healthcare workers employed in the different Regional Health Authorities(RHAs) between October 2020 and December 2021 were hired on contract. The revelation was made by the health
Both Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh and Oropouche East MP Roodal Moonilal have criticized the government amidst reports of CEPEP contractors being instructed to cut two-thirds of their staff. According
Two nurses who intend to leave these shores by the end of 2022 and pursue their profession in the United States of America said that they would have preferred to
In a letter signed by CEPEP CEO Keith Eddy dated January 12 contractors were told that each number of teams would go from three to one, effective from January 17.