Jamaica's industrial relations climate 'calmest' - Labour minister
Labour and Social Security Minister Derrick Kellier says Jamaica’s industrial climate is now the calmest it has ever been since the sugar riots of 1938.
Addressing employees at the Hanover parish office of the labour ministry in Lucea this week, Kellier said the achievement is due mainly to the work of the ministry.
He says the ministry has expertly and professionally handled industrial relations matters, with support from the Industrial Disputes Tribunal.
Kellier notes that the calm industrial climate in now an attraction to prospective investors.
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