Tag Archives: Strike

No Disruption

The Ministry of Education says the industrial action planned by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers Union on Tuesday October 13th, 2015, did not cause disruptions to the normal operations of the school system. The Ministry maintains that data on teachers’ attendance indicate that more than eighty percent of teachers were on duty. While… Continue Reading →

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Asks Teachers And Public Servants To Call Off Their Plans To Strike

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has issued another appeal to Teachers and Public Servants here not to withdraw their services tomorrow. The Public Service Union and the Teachers Union, two main trade Unions representing Public Servants say they still intent to stage a one-day strike tomorrow, to press the Government to pay workers one month… Continue Reading →

NOBA Calls Of Strike

The National Omnibus Association has decided not to go ahead with its plan to withdraw its services on Monday October 12th. President of NOBA, Anthony Bacchus had announced last week that the action was being taken to demonstrate the frustration of drivers at the lack of progress in addressing their concerns. However, Mr. Bacchus told… Continue Reading →

Bacchus: Strike Action Likely To Go Ahead

President of the National Omnibus Association (NOBA) Anthony Bacchus said the planned strike action by the Association is likely to go ahead. Mr. Bacchus said that during a meeting held with the membership yesterday, the majority voted to have representatives of NOBA meet today with Minister of State in the Ministry of Transport and Works,… Continue Reading →

Omnibus Operators To Strike

The General Membership of the National Omni Bus Association, NOBA will meet this weekend to discuss a proposal to withdraw their services this month President of the NOBA, Anthony Bacchus says this action is being taken to demonstrate the frustration amongst drivers at the lack of progress in addressing their concerns. Mr. Bacchus says the… Continue Reading →