Claims for Severance Payment continue to be processed at the Department of Labour in St. Kitts as applications near the 2,000 mark.
Department of Labour
Shernel James, Commissioner at the Department of Labour, said that her staff is going the extra mile by working overtime on weekends, and even on public holidays to process claims to the Severance Fund by workers who were laid off as a…
In an effort to protect the interests of employees and further safeguard the stronger and safer future for all, the Team Unity administration has committed to revisiting the Protection of Employment Act to address several matters,…
The Department of Labour is working assiduously to process severance claims by workers terminated from their jobs
The Department of Labour is reminding employers, who are currently laying off workers, that they are legally required to provide a termination letter to each individual once requested.
Employers in St. Kitts who have recalled laid off staff, increased working hours for current workers or employed new workers, are reminded of their responsibility to notify the Department of Labour of these changes.
The Department of Labour in St. Kitts is urging employees who were laid off in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic to remain with their employer as more businesses reopen and increase operations.