Articles

The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA), wishes to advise all Employers of the importance of following established legislation with regard to time-off for employees on official holidays. Public Holidays are authorised by law and limits work or official business on those dates. Therefore, all Government Offices, Banks and most businesses are closed on Public Holidays in Trinidad and Tobago.

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The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) underscores that the safety and security of employees should never be placed in a position of compromise. This is a basic tenet of the employment relationship and good industrial relations practice that prudent employers should always maintain.

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The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA), represented by CEO, Joycelyn Francois-Opadeyi, recently returned from Turin, Italy as a successful participant in the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) management training on Effective Business Member Organisations (BMO).

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ESTABLISHING & COMMUNICATING PERFORMANCE TARGETS AND DELIVERABLES, A MUST!

The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) wishes to express mixed sentiments to the National Budget laid in Parliament by Finance Minister Colm Imbert on Friday 30th September, 2016.

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The Employers’ Consultative Association (ECA) of Trinidad and Tobago wishes to extend warm greetings to all stakeholders in the Labour Movement and by extension, the nation of Trinidad and Tobago on the occasion of Labour Day. As a premier Employers Organisation, the ECA is heartened to see the strides that we have made as a country, despite numerous hurdles.

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ECA's Statement on the Government's Mid-Year Budget Review

 

The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) views the proposed measures articulated by the Honourable Minister of Finance as setting the tone for Trinidad and Tobago to take ownership and responsibility for charting a new course in this period of structural adjustment.  We fully support the view that it cannot be business as usual and, more importantly, we can no longer continue to spend more than we are earning.

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In light of the recent industrial court judgment involving Arcelor Mittal and the Steel Workers’ Union of Trinidad and Tobago, the Employers Consultative Association (ECA) is suggesting that legislation be expanded or introduced to provide for the layoff process.

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