2020-07-03 - 16:47:56 TOURISM |
REDUNDANCY NOTICES ISSUED AT CORAL BEACH AND TENNIS CLUB
Reports of redundancies at the Coral Beach and Tennis Club with at least six workers reportedly set to receive redundancy letters. A process which we’re told commenced this week.
It is alleged the workers being made redundant are all Bermudian while a number of guest workers are being kept on.
A Bermudian worker who spoke to us on condition of anonymity claimed, “They’re doing redundancies but what they are doing with that is that they are keeping the work permit holders and making a lot of the local Bermudians redundant and passing on our duties to the permit holders. My job is one of them, as I finish at the end of this month”.
The worker however added that Coral Beach were doing what the law requires in terms of
redundancy packages being offered, that being two weeks’ pay for every year of continuous employment at the company.
TNN spoke with General Manager Nick Bhola about these claims. Asked about these claim “Mr. Bhola at first dismissed them, then stated they were half truths and eventually stated no comment.
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