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Public school principals on work-to-rule

The school principals' concerns are being addressed by the Bermuda Public Service Union

Several public school principals have embarked on a work-to-rule, a union representing the educators confirmed yesterday.

A work-to-rule measure is viewed as a form of protest by employees who work according to the rules of the job without undertaking any extra duties.

Union officials and the Government offered no detail yesterday on why the school heads, said to be 17, undertook the move.

However, the school principals’ interests are being addressed by the Bermuda Public Services Union.

A BPSU spokesman confirmed yesterday that the school administrators had embarked on a work-to-rule, but gave no further comment.

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Published May 01, 2024 at 8:20 am (Updated May 01, 2024 at 8:36 am)

Public school principals on work-to-rule

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