A DPSU ITC project which is being grant funded by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in the sum of US$40,000, and the activities to be undertaken therein, are expected to last for 6 months
The Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) has said that recent crisis caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017 and more recently COVID-19 has made it even more urgent for the DPSU to strengthen its efforts to adopt approaches, embrace alternative modes of communicating with its members, and for conducting training and advocacy. DPSU recognizes Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as an absolute mode through which that can be done.
To be in tune with the required changes for the future of work, the DPSU is keeping abreast and familiarizing itself with the fast-unfolding digital transformation. It accepts its role in bringing to members awareness of the massive impact on digitalization and the need to be prepared for its effect through training and retooling.
A DPSU ITC project which is being grant funded by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in the sum of US$40,000.00, and the activities to be undertaken therein, are expected to last for 6 months.
DPSU General Secretary, Thomas Letang
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