Staff at the Civil Service Association (CSA) headquarters reportedly took industrial action last week over what is believed to be the failure of the union’s executive to hold talks on salary increases for the workers.
Reports are that 12 staff members employed at the secretariat staged a sick last week.
The action comes on the heels of a strongly fought battle with the government led by CSA president Mary Isaac for a four-percent salary increase.
Sources say the matter has been outstanding for some time now and has been largely ignored by the individuals who are responsible for approving the request for the salary adjustments.
The National Workers Union represents the workers at the CSA secretariat.