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Grantley Adam Memorial Secondary School Saga – Every One is Wrong

Submitted by Observing The recent saga at Grantley Adam Memorial Secondary School has raised much passion and opinions. However, I put a different spin on it today. Everyone’s wrong. Vendors Vendors are allowed to sell at the discretion of the management of the school. If management says not today, not here, not now, then that’s what it is. A process

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Senator Lisa Cummins Comments on Rejection of the Amendment to Offences against the Person Amendment Bill 2018

The following was posted to Senator Lisa Cummins Facebook wall. Our legal luminary Dean Jeff Cumberbatch opined as follows when asked if he agreed with the Senator: @David, There is not much to disagree with there, but I am of the view that the failure was owed to crass politicking.See be;ow- Notably, the Constitution also now provides for the convicted

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LIFO Trumps PDRS

The decision to to retrench public workers based on LIFO has provoked comment by some who are questioning why has the PDRS- a performance based system- not been used to fairly release employees. What the blogmaster has been told is that the government has not been able to fully implement it throughout the Public Service in over 10 years. Dare

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LIFO in 2018?

The following statement was issued by Toni Moore, General Secretary of the Barbados Workers Union (BWU). The blogmaster confesses the statement raised many questions regarding the retrenchment exercise government is committed to executing as part of BERT. Why in 2018 the LIFO is the method used to identify workers to sever from the public service? Toni Moore hinted in her

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