Class Doffing workers laud labour commission
Workers of maritime construction company called Class Doffing have lauded Commissioner Foday Musa and team for their proactive measure in finding solution to their 16 month battle to get their 3 month backlog and redundant benefits.
In a snap interview with the Construction Foreman of Class Doffing Maritime Construction Company, Mr. Lansana Daboh, he told this medium that the proprietor of the company, Mr. Ander Peter Hanciles, owes the workers an outstanding three months’ salaries and benefits.
Mr. Lansana Daboh said having reported the matter to the Labour Commission sixteen months ago; they were impressed with the recent decision taken by a meeting attended by the Labour Commissioner, Information Officer, Labour Officer and the Doffing Class Supervisor Jose Bavahaka on Tuesday 16th March, 2016 at the Commissioner’s office in New England Ville, Freetown.
In a letter dated Monday 14th March, 2016, the Labour Commissioner instructed Mr. Ander Peter Hanciles to furnish the Commission with names of workers entitled to leave and clarification of salaries which he said has been presented to the Commission.
The Information Officer, Mr. Lansana Bayoh Sesay, said the Commission is always determined to find amicable solutions to the problems of its citizenry, adding that some discrepancies in the amount of salaries being paid to four workers were identified during the meeting with the Commissioner.
Following the meeting, the Commission requested in writing to Mr. Hanciles to clarify the salary scale of those workers to prevent any future problem during payment.
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