Unions call emergency meetings
Two unions have called emergency meetings tomorrow.
The Bermuda Industrial Union this afternoon put out a notice that it would hold “an urgent meeting for all government workers” tomorrow, Friday, February 3, at 10am at the Heritage Worship Centre, on Dundonald Street.
The notice said: “The purpose of the meeting is to discuss a proposal from Government for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Paula Cox, Premier, will be in attendance. The meeting is expected to last no longer than two hours. The Government to update the public regarding bus and ferry service while the meeting is being conducted.”
Members of the BPSU have also been called to a meeting which will take place at 3.30pm at the Goodwin C. Smith Banquet Hal, also on Dundonald Street. The reason for that meeting has not yet been disclosed.