Trade Unions maintain pressure over ERB

Since the Government’s announcement to introduce new laws at the forthcoming National Assembly sittings in November, the trade unions have been on hot ashes. They’ve been maintaining pressure for the withdrawal of these bills which, they believe, go against acquired rights of employees.

While the employers’ federation seems to agree with the new proposals, the unions are adamant on their position to urge Government to put them aside.

Unions both from the private and public sectors met again in a common platform last week. They have unanimously agreed on a strike action on 10 December to protest against Government’s indifference to their views.

A retired government officer, former trade unionist and occupational safety & health management consultant based in Rodrigues Islands, Alfa King (real name: Amanoola Khayrattee) is a bilingual contributor to This Week News (http://thisweeknews.info). He has been editor of trade union newsletter and has contributed articles for various in-house magazines, publications, and the local press. He blogs since 2007, and when he is not reading or surfing on the internet, he is hiking over an 8-km-daily routine.
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