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Published: Monday | December 16, 2013 Comments 0
Daryl Vaz (right) chats with Don Wehby (left), group chief executive officer of GraceKennedy, and Victoria Mutual Building Society Senior Vice-President Allan Lewis at the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica's annual members Christmas luncheon.
Daryl Vaz (right) chats with Don Wehby (left), group chief executive officer of GraceKennedy, and Victoria Mutual Building Society Senior Vice-President Allan Lewis at the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica's annual members Christmas luncheon.
Chris Zacca (right), president of Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, makes a presentation to Don Wehby at the annual members' Christmas luncheon, 'Honouring Our Founding Fathers', at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last Wednesday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Chris Zacca (right), president of Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, makes a presentation to Don Wehby at the annual members' Christmas luncheon, 'Honouring Our Founding Fathers', at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last Wednesday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Michael Isaacs chats with Monique Todd at the Scotia Insurance Life Stars Awards 2013 ceremony at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel on December 7.
Michael Isaacs chats with Monique Todd at the Scotia Insurance Life Stars Awards 2013 ceremony at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel on December 7.
Joan Garfield (left) of NCB Credit Union and Georgia Morrison at the Credit Union Fund Management Company's Christmas party at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston last Friday.
Joan Garfield (left) of NCB Credit Union and Georgia Morrison at the Credit Union Fund Management Company's Christmas party at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston last Friday.

 It's that time again, when corporate Jamaica says thanks for a job well done and pause to celebrate the season. Here's how they do it.





 

 

 

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