Chung's Esso Servicenter v The Dockers and Marine Workers Union

 
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Industrial Dispute Tribunal

Martin, C.; Plant, R.; White, R.

IDT 13 of 1975

Chung's Esso Servicenter
and
The Dockers and Marine Workers Union

Labour Law - Termination of Employment — Dismissal

REFERENCE:
1

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.

2

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

Chairman

Mr. Owen Plant

Employers' Representative

Mr. Dorrel White

Workers' Representative.

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.”

PARTIES:
3

Chung's Esso Servicenter was represented by –

Mr. A.F. Rac — (Legal)

Mr. C.T. Lewis

Mr. N. Chung

4

The Dockers and Marine Workers Union was represented by –

Mr. Milton Scott

Mr. V. Roberts

Mr. Lloyd Lindo and several worker/delegates.

BACKGROUND:
5

The dispute between the parties arose consequent upon the dismissal from employment of Mr. Lloyd Lindo by the Employer.

SITTINGS:
6

The Tribunal sat on the following days –

November 12, 21, 25 and December 1 and 4, 1975.

AWARD:
7

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. Chairman

Sgd. Employers' Representative

Sgd. Workers Representative

Witness:

Sgd. Mavis Everett

Secretary

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