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Police, gov't to meet over wages
2013-02-21 13:58:07 | with audio | (0 Comments)
Chairman of the Police Officers’ Association Senior Superintendent Glenford Hudson is hoping government officials will provide police personnel with positive feedback on ongoing wage negotiations when both parties meet this afternoon.
Members of the Police Officers’ Association, the Police Federation and the Special Constabulary Force Association are scheduled to meet with State Minister in the Finance Ministry Horace Dalley at 2 o’ clock this afternoon.
SSP Hudson says he is expecting Dalley to outline the status of the salary claim for 2012/2014.
According to SSP Hudson, members have been hearing about a wage freeze through the media but have not heard anything definite from the finance ministry.
However, he says members of the Police Officers’ Association are adamant that they will not accommodate a wage freeze at this time.
Other public sector groups have also indicated their reluctance in accepting another wage freeze.
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Chairman of the Police Officers’ Association, Senior Superintendent Glenford Hudson.
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