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Corporate collaboration

Published:Friday | May 25, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Maxine Shay (left), restaurant manager, Island Grill, Twin Gates Plaza, doing some painting at the Bustamante Hospital for Children. The painting was a collaboration between Island Grill and Angels of Love Jamaica. - photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
A member of staff at Guardian Life shows his painting prowess during the Labour Day project at the Promise Learning Centre, 58 Hagley Park Road.
The president and staff of Guardian Life Limited donned work shirts and got dirty at the Promise Learning Centre.
President Eric Hosin (left) led by example as he handled the paintbrush. - photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Digicel staff show what teamwork can achieve. - Photo by Chad Bryan
Flow's Anthony Gentles (left) and colleague Anthony Breakenridge (right) lend a helping hand as this palm tree is firmly planted in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay, as part of the parish project for St James. In keeping with the Labour Day 2012 theme 'Step Forward, Make Jamaica Beautiful', Flow committed financial support and enlisted employees to assist in the Labour Day activities across the island. Labour Day 2012 is another in the series of national events that Flow is supporting as part of its overall programme of activities in celebration of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence. - Contributed
Members of staff of Flow Jamaica collect garbage adjacent to the Ward Theatre, downtown Kingston, on Labour Day.
Members of staff of Flow Jamaica doing clean-up work next to the Ward Theatre.
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As is customary, corporate Jamaica usually sheds suits and ties and replaces boardrooms for shovels, wheelbarrows and paintbrushes as it pitches in to spruce up some of the island's neglected public spaces and buildings. On Wednesday, they came out again to labour for the nation and our cameras caught some of the activity. Here are some pictorial highlights as work duds replaced suits and ties.



CAPTION: Flow's Anthony Gentles (left) and colleague Anthony Breakenridge (right) lend a helping hand as this palm tree is firmly planted in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay, as part of the parish project for St James. In keeping with the Labour Day 2012 theme 'Step Forward, Make Jamaica Beautiful', Flow committed financial support and enlisted employees to assist in the Labour Day activities across the island. Labour Day 2012 is another in the series of national events that Flow is supporting as part of its overall programme of activities in celebration of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence. - Contributed