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August 16, 2019
Bahamas Industrial Tribunal Launches Electronic Filing and Case Management Service

The National Tripartite Council (NTC), in keeping with its statutory function of liaising with national and regional institutions as touching matters related to labour and industrial relations, commends The Bahamas Industrial Tribunal for its outstanding work in the implementation of its Electronic Filing and Case Management Service, effective Monday August 12, 2019.

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November 14, 2018
Agreement on nurses' shifts 'non-binding'

The 2014 agreement the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) relied on to implement a new shift system for nurses is non-binding, Director of Labour John Pinder said yesterday. "Both parties would've had to agree to it to have it registered which would've made it binding for [...]
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December 15, 2016
UPM deputy predicts arrangement between FNM MPs, DNA won't last

United People's Movement (UPM) Deputy Leader John Pinder said yesterday that while a mounted opposition force has great potential, the arrangement between the seven Free National Movement MPs who ousted Dr. Hubert Minnis as leader of the Official Opposition, and the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) will likely not last.
Using a hypothetical scenario where Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butle...

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August 08, 2012
One barrier to doing business in The Bahamas - government

Bahamians are regularly bombarded with political speeches on the state of hopelessness in the country. They often quote our embarrassing unemployment rates or our unimpressive economic growth prospects. Of course, they blame the 'other' party for the country's problems and typically the debate ends there. Solutions to our problems often tinker around the edges - short-term bandages on wounds that ...

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Business License Bill - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham audio
July 26, 2010
Business License Bill - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham (audio)

Business License Bill - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham
Since returning to office in 2007, my Government has remained steadfastly committed to strengthening the domestic business environment. Our overriding objective in doing so is to facilitate the creation of new businesses and the expansion of existing ones, both of which are vital to securing growing employment opportunities for Bahamians and...

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