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Nassau, Bahamas — Shattering news emanating from the Office of the Prime Minister confirms more workers under the employ of the government could find themselves displaced in the Public Service.
BP has scaled the walls of the Management Information Systems and from what we have learnt, workers in that department assigned to the Registrar are uncertain as to whether they will have a job at the end of July.
The services of the entire MIS department we are told have been outsourced to another foreign company by the Ingraham administration, and have left workers now assigned in the Registrar Department in limbo.
“We do not know where we will be by the end of the month. No one is saying anything, we are cut out of the budget, and yes we are sitting ducks,” a worker in the department told BP.
Sources tell us what could come by the end of the month for the government employees could be what came for Workers at the Hotel Corporation, who were fired and sent home while the MPs on the government side repeat, “WE HAVE FIRED NO ONE!”
Late last year the Government fired more than 92 workers at the Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas, and come next month severance packages will be issued to over 30% of the workers at BTC/Lime. The decision to release workers at BTC was expected to follow after the sale of the profitable corporation to Cable and Wireless.
We hope the government could pay public servants their promised increases this July.