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‘Decent work’ movement supported by BPSU

‘World Day for Decent Work' — an international trade union movement — has been recognised by the Bermuda Public Services Union.

“This recognition is a global outcry for decent work for all and an end to continuous attacks on trade unions around the world. Advocating for decent work reinforces the need for decent salaries, safe working conditions, and job security,” said a BPSU spokesperson.

“Providing decent work equates to the need for public services to be of a certain quality as they provide essential services for society. Quality public services are not only critical to the needs of society but are also required to facilitate creation of jobs and, more importantly, economic recovers.”

The BPSU emphasised its promotional campaign for quality public services, which it will continue promoting “for the benefit of all workers both internationally and locally.”

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Published October 09, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated October 09, 2013 at 1:29 am)

‘Decent work’ movement supported by BPSU

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