“Measly” eight percent salary increase will only widen brain drain – Coalition warns

The eight percent increase in public servant's salaries will have no effect on ceasing the mass exodus of trained Guyanese state employees, the country's...

Public Service Minister refutes Opposition’s claims that 8% increase “oppressive” to working class 

Minister of Public Service, Sonia Parag has refuted claims made by the Opposition about the government's plan to "oppress" the working class with the...

Police Officers in Region Seven without allowances for six months

Police Officers stationed in the Region Seven District have been without their allowances or even an explanation for this state of affairs for almost...

Guyana gets US$12M for skills development, employability project

The Government of Guyana has received financing from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) totalling US$12, 252,000 to roll out the Guyana Skills Development and...

MOU signed to train, license electrical contractors

The Ministry of Labour – Board of Industrial Training (BIT) and the Ministry of Public Works-Government Electrical Inspectorate (GRO) have collaborated to train and...

Over 100 Guyanese employed under Linden-Mabura Hill Road project

More than 100 Guyanese have found employment through the US $190 million Linden to Mabura Hill Road construction project currently underway by a Brazilian...

Full-time contracts with gratuity for school cleaners – Cabinet approves 

The Cabinet, under the chairmanship of President Irfaan Ali, has recently instructed that sweepers/cleaners at all public schools be immediately offered employment on a...

Severed forestry workers finally receive settlements as GAWU, GFC reach agreement

An agreement has been reached between the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) and the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) to settle payments to...

Labour Minister says Public Sector salary now competitive with Private Sector

Minister of Labour, Joseph Hamilton said that the increases for the public sector signals the government's intention to make the lives of Guyanese better,...

Mult-million dollar investments in local content paying off; 4400 Guyanese now supporting our operations...

President of ExxonMobil Guyana, Alistair Routledge believes that early capacity-building investments are paying dividends as seen in the growth of local content numbers in...

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