DPSU proposes government pays 15% salary increase to Public officers for new triennium for 2015/2018
The union representing the largest body of public workers in Dominica, was expected to meet with the International Monetary Fund Thursday, to discuss wage negotiations.
There’s a team from the IMF in Dominica, and their mission includes meeting with the various unions on the island.
General Secretary of the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU), Thomas Letang, says a 15 percent increase is being proposed for the new triennium for 2015/2018.
Letang says the DPSU’s proposal will not be influenced by outside sources, but instead by what public officers genuinely deserve.
But even before the official negotiations commenced, Letang says the union doesn’t expect government to accept the 15% salary increase.
General Secretary of the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) Thomas Letang
The Dominica Association of teachers and the Police Welfare association also formed part of that meeting. We will bring you more on that story as soon as it becomes available.
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