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BOSL Issues Statement On Industrial Action


We were notified this morning of industrial action by some of the staff which will impact our services to customers. We are committed to resolving this matter as soon as possible and have engaged the labor commissioner for his assistance.

As a result, we will have limited services available at our BOSL Digital, Gros Islet, Bridge Street and Soufriere branches.

Our Waterfront, Choiseul, Vieux Fort, Bureau De Change and Massy Mega will remain closed. We expect that there will be some delays in our service delivery. In addition, all of our online, ATMs and convenience services will remain available.

To our valued customers, we extend our sincerest apologies for any disruption caused by this situation and ask for your patience. Rest assured, we remain steadfast in our commitment to delivering exceptional service and fostering positive relationships with all stakeholders.

Thank you for your understanding and continued support as we navigate through this process.

SOURCE: Bank Of Saint Lucia

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  1. BOSL please stop the nonsense and pay your hardworking staff. Stop portraying an image that is non existent. Clearly your books show that you can afford.smh.

  2. They refuse to pay the staff a decent salary.. All they care about is making millions for themselves and the Jewish and white share holders . I am appealing to all st Lucians to withdraw their money from the bank and open an account with the credit union…

  3. Tired of all this nonsense…. Employers in St.Lclucia need to start appreciating their staff, and compensating them handsomely.

    It’s high time that heavy renumeration and incentives, are removed from Senior and/or TOP level management. It’s obvious they’re not being held accountable for “things” that transpire behind closed doors…

    Forgive my ignorance for saying “things” but I rather not be entirely explanatory so as to not expose persons. Please I beg of you, Managers, use your conscience and be fair, or be held accountable.

  4. This bank is charging customers allmost 5.00 to keep their money in savings. So banking with them means losing money. Your Jewish and white shareholders mean that local Lucians who have shares in BOSL have gotten nothing in return after more than 20 years. I am one of them. Not a cent on my shares for decades now. U all need a class action lawsuit from local shareholders. The country also needs to bring in laws to prevent banks from charging customers fees on their savings accounts. Unacceptable.

  5. I cannot understand why PM Pierre will allow a minister who is responsible for different government entities to employe his close friends to work with him. For example GPH, CIP, carnival. I’m beginning to wonder weather the PM has any say

  6. @SLP if you trust in the ability of your friend, wouldn’t you do the same as well? While we are on this topic, you do realise Chastanet and Dominique are friends too? It is almost impossible to implement such a narrative in a country so small. If you run in certain groups, you a great chance of being a friend of a friend, or a cuzin of some cuzin.

  7. This “apology” from BOSL sounds contrived and empty. On Friday I tried paying for services at two different establishments– and was unsuccessful. Both merchants concluded that it was as a result of the ongoing BOSL strike! Luckily I had a card from another bank! What if I didn’t!!! BOSL, your reputation is on the line! We deserve better!


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