The Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation v The Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers

 
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Industrial Dispute Tribunal

Lynch, C.; Holness, R.; Dixon, R.

IDT 15 of 1975

The Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation
and
The Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers

Labour Law - Industrial Disputes — Increased Allowances

REFERENCE:
1

The Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment, by letter dated 21 st October, 1975, in accordance with section 9(4) of the Labour R3lations and Industrial Disputes Act, 1975, referred to the Tribunal for settlement, an Industrial dispute between the Employer and The Public Cleansing Workers employed by the Corporation and represented jointly by the Trade Unions.

2

The Terms of Reference to the Tribunal were as follows:–

“To determine and settle the dispute between the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation on the one hand and the Public Cleansing Workers employed by the Corporation and represented jointly by the Bustamante Industrial Trade Union, the National Workers Union and the Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers on the other hand over a claim submitted on behalf of the workers in respect of night premium, washing and operating allowances.”

3

The division of the Tribunal selected in accordance with section 8(2) of the Act to hear the dispute was as follows:–

Mr. Basil Lynch

Chairman

Mr. Noel Holness

Employers' Representative

Mr. Edward Dixon

Workers' Representative

PARTIES
4

The Employer was represented by;

Mr. Frank Barrow)

Legal

Miss Ethlyn Norton) Mr. Keith Miller

Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation

Mr. A.G. Irons

Ministry of the Public Service

Miss Lonnette Taylor

Ministry of Local Government

5

The Trade Unions were represented by:

Mr. E. Lloyd Taylor)

Jamaica Association of Local

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