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Bus supervisors in union talks over worker

Bus supervisors were in talks with union officials yesterday over “internal concerns” involving a member of staff.

The bus service was said to have been unaffected by the action.

According to one source, about five or six supervisors were involved in the discussions.

Jason Hayward, president and treasurer of the Bermuda Public Service Union which represents bus supervisors, told The Royal Gazette: “I can confirm that buses are running as scheduled and that there was no work stoppage resulting in a disruption of service. Bus supervisors did meet union officials today to discuss some internal concerns.”

Minister of Transport Michael Fahy added: “There was an internal matter that arose in respect of supervisors and a member of staff and it is being dealt with appropriately.”

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Published August 31, 2016 at 9:00 am (Updated August 31, 2016 at 5:27 am)

Bus supervisors in union talks over worker

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