The St. James Parish Couuncil v The Bustamante Industrial Trade Union and the Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers

 
FREE EXCERPT

Industrial Dispute Tribunal

Lynch, C.; Plant, R.; White, R.

IDT 8 of 1975

The St. James Parish Couuncil
and
The Bustamante Industrial Trade Union and the Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers

Labour Law - Industrial Disputes — Terms of Employment — Hours of Work

REFERENCE:
1

The Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment by letter dated 10 th August 1975 in accordance with section 11(1) of the Industrial Disputes act 1975, referred to the Tribunal for settlement, and industrial dispute between the Employers and certain categories of workers employed in the Market Services and Cemetery of the Councils 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 St. James Parish council in particular and all other Parish Councils in general on the one hand and the workers employed in the Market Service and Cemetery of the Councils and represented jointly by the National Union, the Bustamante Industrial Trade Union and the Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers on the other hand.”

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. Owen Plant

Employers' Representative

Mr. Dorrel White

Workers' Representative

DUTIES
4

The Parish Councils were represented by:–

Mr. David Muirhead

Legal

Mr. Allan Alberga

Attorney General's Office

Mr. A.G. Irons)

Ministry of the Public Service

Mr. I.G. Grant)

Mr. Lance Hutchinson)

Ministry of Local Government

...

To continue reading

REQUEST YOUR TRIAL