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NWU, FLOW Reach Industrial Agreement


About one hundred (100) Clerical and technical workers employed with FLOW will benefit from a new industrial contract negotiated between the Company and the National Workers Union (NWU).

Workers will receive a ten percent (10%) general wage increase spread over three (3) years with point five percent (.5%) in the form of a lump sum payment over the last two (2) years.

Employees who are exiting the company due to retirement or redundancy will continue for a period of two (2) years after, to benefit from customary provisions, i.e. staff concessions enjoyed during their employment.

Secretary General of the NWU, Johann Harewood has disclosed that arrangements are afoot between the officials of the Department of Labour, the Company and the Union to have the agreement signed shortly.

SOURCE: National Workers Union



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  1. Digicel cell has increase the data plan rates so I stop putting a data plan on my phone . I only use Wi-Fi so I am encouraging the people to prevent digicel from making profits by stop using that service

  2. Flow has increase the internet service by almost 12 dollars . How can a government allow them people to do that. We need to drive them out of st Lucia but the people are so backward all they do is fight each other whiles those foreign companies are over charging for mediocre service …


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