Law resigns from BEC
Martin Law has resigned as executive director of Bermuda Employers’ Council.
Mr Law stepped down for personal reasons after six years in the post, according to a joint statement from the BEC and Mr Law.
“I initially agreed to spend five years with the BEC and it has now been six and during this time we have forged some milestones,” stated Mr Law.
The BEC stated: “In particular, Martin has improved our working relationships especially with our social partners, trade unions and Government, and we wish him success in his future endeavours.”
Keith Jensen, current BEC president, will now take on extra duties and will be assisted by the executive committee and staff. The BEC states this will provide a continuity of service.
Before his appointment at BEC in August 2005, Mr Law had an extensive career in Government and was Coordinator of Security Services in the Ministry of Labour, Home Affairs and Public Safety.
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