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UNIONS REPRESENTING CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS ACCEPT NEW COMPENSATION RATES

Hon. Nigel Clarke, DPhil., MP
Hon. Nigel Clarke, DPhil., MP

Ministry of Finance and the Public Service

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­­­­­­­­­­­Kingston, Jamaica: Thursday, April 25, 2024

Today, the University Allied and Workers Union, the Jamaica Federation of Corrections, and the Senior Uniformed Officers Association, all of whom represent correctional officers, met with Minister of Finance and the Public Service Dr. the Hon. Nigel Clarke, Minister of National Security and Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service Hon. Zavia Mayne and Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security Hon. Juliet Cuthbert and technocrats from both ministries.

At the meeting the unions agreed to accept new compensation rates offered by the Government of Jamaica.

The parties agreed to have a formal signing next week.

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For further information contact: 

Ministry of Finance and the Public Service

30 National Heroes Circle

Kingston 4

The Hon. Nigel Clarke, D.Phil., MP

Minister of Finance and the Public Service
30 National Heroes Circle, Kingston 4
Tel: (876) 932-4656 / 4660 / 4655
Eml: opedjamaica@gmail.com

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