Hayward stepping down as BPSU head
Jason Hayward, a government senator, has been replaced by Lloyquita Symonds as president of the Bermuda Public Services Union.
A statement this morning from Edward Ball, the general secretary of the BPSU, announced that Mr Hayward would not be running for a third term as president for 2020/23.
The union’s general council appointed Ms Symonds as president yesterday, effective until the end of the BPSU delegates conference on March 14, 2020.
Mr Hayward has served as an executive officer for more than ten years, and the union commended his “innovative, fearless and dedicated leadership”.
•To read the BPSU statement in full, click on the PDF under “Related Media”.
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