The Government of Trinidad and Tobago has announced a number of relief measures to date, in support of individuals and businesses
[ARANGUEZ, 31 January 2020] — The Employers’ Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) held its 59th Annual General Meeting at the Association’s Training and Conference Facility in Aranguez last Thursday. Following the confirmation of appointments, four (4) new Directors were appointed to the ECA’s Board of Directors for the period 2020 to 2023.
[ARANGUEZ, October 10 2019] — Following a preliminary review of the 2019/20 budget statement, the Employers’ Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) sees this as a reasonable attempt to assuage the relative impact that successive austerity measures may have had on the country, given the recent trends associated with oil and gas prices over the last five (5) years and its relative impact on our country’s ability to earn related revenue.
[ARANGUEZ, June 18] — With the culmination of a two (2) week exercise geared towards the registration of Venezuelan migrants last Friday, one can reasonably expect that those successful registrants will be seeking formal employment for the remaining period of their registered status.
[ARANGUEZ, June 14] — The Employers’ Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) wishes to comment on Clauses 4 to 6 of the proposed Miscellaneous Provisions (Tax Amnesty, Pensions, Freedom of Information, National Insurance, Central Bank and Non-Profit Organisations) Bill, 2019.
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) is of the firm belief that any conversation around the relevance of the Industrial Court today must be viewed within the context of the role, responsibility and jurisdiction of the Court as well as our socio-economic realities.
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) is of the view that the Budget presentation was not as compelling as anticipated. Although the figures presented seemed to be fairly balanced with respect to grants, incentives and austerity measures, there was an obvious dearth of tangible measures for improving the quality of life for ALL citizens in respect
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) wishes to extend its commendation and high praises to the majority of our public servants and citizenry for their patriotism and mature response to the September 7th call for a day of rest and reflection.
It is no secret that our nation continues to face tough economic times. It is therefore the responsibility of every citizen to ensure that decisions on the nation’s economic future are made dispassionately and realistically in all instances.