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SLASPA accused of firing employee ‘without formal disciplinary hearing’

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The National Workers Union (NWU) has conveyed its astonishment to the management of the Saint Lucia Air & Seaports Authority (SLASPA) for a decision taken by the Authority to terminate the services of an employee without a formal disciplinary hearing as prescribed by the Labour Act (2006).

The NWU is of the opinion that the Authority is continuing to pile up so many industrial blunders which the workers will not continue to tolerate or accept.

The NWU is standing firm that the employee should be recalled and afforded the due process of natural justice failing which the Authority will be held responsible for the consequences.

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