stluciatimes, caribbean, caribbeannews, stlucia, saintlucia, stlucianews, saintlucianews, stluciatimesnews, saintluciatimes, stlucianewsonline, saintlucianewsonline, st lucia news online, stlucia news online, loop news, loopnewsbarbados


SLASPA Concludes Successful Negotiations With Three Unions


The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) is pleased to announce the successful conclusion of negotiations with its staff-represented unions for the triennium April 1st 2018 – March 31st 2021.

These negotiations underscore the shared commitment to serving the interests of the SLASPA staff and recognizing the pivotal role that they play in the organization’s operations.

A total of four (4) collective agreements were signed under the guidance of Mr. Joseph Joseph, Saint Lucia’s Labour Commissioner, who highlighted the need for concluding negotiations in a timely manner to ensure overall workplace satisfaction, as well as fostering strong relations between Management and the Unions.

The signed agreements, including a Memorandum of Understanding and Collective Bargaining Agreements, mark a significant milestone in formalizing the relationship between SLASPA and its representative unions: Port Police Welfare Association (PPWA), Civil Service Association (CSA) and the National Workers Union (NWU).

SLASPA’s General Manager Mr. Daren Cenac, commended the SLASPA negotiating team headed by Mrs. Grace Parkinson – Chief Operating Officer, for their hard work and dedication during the last triennium.

The other members of the team were Ms. Lisa Hutchinson – Manager Talent Management, Mr. Andrew Quashie – Labour Relations Specialist and Mr. Karim Sifflet – Commercial Finance Analyst.

SLASPA looks forward to the positive impact that these agreements will have on its workforce and the organization as a whole.

The formalized documents provide a foundation for a constructive and mutually beneficial partnership between SLASPA and its staff-represented Unions.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority 

Any third-party or user posts, comments, replies, and third-party entries published on the St. Lucia Times website ( in no way convey the thoughts, sentiments or intents of St. Lucia Times, the author of any said article or post, the website, or the business. St. Lucia Times is not responsible or liable for, and does not endorse, any comments or replies posted by users and third parties, and especially the content therein and whether it is accurate. St. Lucia Times reserves the right to remove, screen, edit, or reinstate content posted by third parties on this website or any other online platform owned by St. Lucia Times (this includes the said user posts, comments, replies, and third-party entries) at our sole discretion for any reason or no reason, and without notice to you, or any user. For example, we may remove a comment or reply if we believe it violates any part of the St. Lucia Criminal Code, particularly section 313 which pertains to the offence of Libel. Except as required by law, we have no obligation to retain or provide you with copies of any content you as a user may post, or any other post or reply made by any third-party on this website or any other online platform owned by St. Lucia Times. All third-parties and users agree that this is a public forum, and we do not guarantee any confidentiality with respect to any content you as a user may post, or any other post or reply made by any third-party on this website. Any posts made and information disclosed by you is at your own risk.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Subscribe to our St. Lucia Times Newsletter

Get our headlines emailed to you every day.

Share via
Send this to a friend