Planning and Development Minister calls meeting with Gov’t officials and trade unions

Planning and Development Minister calls meeting with Gov’t officials and trade unions

Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis has called a meeting with representatives of Government, umbrella trade unions and business organisations to discuss a possible workplace policy regarding COVID-19 vaccinations for Trinidad and Tobago.
Scheduled to take place on todayat 3PM, this meeting involves key representatives of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions and NGOs (FITUN); the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) and the National Trade Union Centre (NATUC).
The umbrella businesses organisations also confirmed are the Employers Consultative Association; the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce; the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Service Industries; Trinidad and Tobago Group of Professional Associations; American Chamber of Commerce of T&T; Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association and the Energy Chamber.
Minister Robinson-Regis states that the primary intention of this meeting is to engage representative stakeholder groups in dialogue, to discover collaborative methods of directly tackling vaccine hesitancy and finding common ground for public safety especially in Trinidad and Tobago’s workforce. Also invited to participate are the Chief Personnel Officer, Dr. Darryl Dindial; the Minister of Health, Terrance Deyalsingh; Minister of Trade and Industry, Sen. Paula Gopee-Scoon and the Minister of Labour, the Honourable Stephen Mc Clashie.

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