Technical and clerical workers employed with the company will benefit from
an additional one dollar per hour on salaries across the Board. The company and the NWU have also agreed on a regime of fringe benefits, a revised policy on training along with the maintenance of all customary concessions.
The new industrial package will run for a period of three years with meetings scheduled to be held in 2014 and 2015 to assess the operational performance of the company and to determine whether the company could afford to further implement economic gains.
The management of Eastern Caribbean Elevators Ltd and the NWU will meet shortly to sign their first industrial agreement.
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