Chung's Esso Servicenter v The Dockers and Marine Workers Union
Industrial Dispute Tribunal
Martin, C.; Plant, R.; White, R.
IDT 13 of 1975
Labour Law - Termination of Employment — Dismissal
The Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment on the 3rd November, 1975, acting in accordance with section 9(4) of the Labour Relations and Industrial Disputes: act, referred to the Tribunal for settlement, an industrial dispute involving Chung's Esso Servicenter and the Dockers and Marine Workers Union.
The division of the Tribunal selected in accordance with section 8(2) of the Act to determine the dispute was comprised as follows –
Dr. John Martin
Mr. Owen Plant
Mr. Dorrel White
The Terms of Reference were as follows: “To determine and settle the dispute between Chung's Esso Servicenter and certain of their employees represented by the Dockers and Marine Workers Union, over the dismissal of Mr. Lloyd Lindo.”
Chung's Esso Servicenter was represented by –
Mr. A.F. Rac — (Legal)
Mr. C.T. Lewis
Mr. N. Chung
The Dockers and Marine Workers Union was represented by –
Mr. Milton Scott
Mr. V. Roberts
Mr. Lloyd Lindo and several worker/delegates.
The dispute between the parties arose consequent upon the dismissal from employment of Mr. Lloyd Lindo by the Employer.
The Tribunal sat on the following days –
November 12, 21, 25 and December 1 and 4, 1975.
After hearing the evidence of both sides the Tribunal finds that Mr. Lloyd Lindo was unjustifiably dismissed by Chung's Esso Servicenter, 29 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5 and AWARDS that he be paid the sum of Five hundred and Fifty-Eight Dollars ($558.00).
DATED THIS 5TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1976.
Sgd. Employers' Representative
Sgd. Workers Representative
Sgd. Mavis Everett
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