August 06, 2010
By CHESTER ROBARDS
THE Hotel Union president said yesterday that the organisation, while financially challenged, is attempting to position itself to sustain its members should the economy further affect employment in the industry.
Nicole Martin said the mood in the industry today, particularly within the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU), is cautious optimism as tourism arrival numbers grow for the moment, and as the beginning of slow season looms just around the corner.
The Wyndham Nassau Resort and Crystal Palace Casino also plans to close its doors again for six weeks in order to cut operating costs during the slow period.
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News date : 08/06/2010 Category : Tribune Stories