Seven new people appointed to labour tribunal

| 03/05/2024 | 13 Comments

(CNS): Fourteen people, including seven new faces, have been appointed or re-appointed to the Labour Tribunal in accordance with section 74 of the Labour Act (2021 Revision), according to a press release from the Ministry of Labour. The appointments, which have been approved by Cabinet, are with immediate effect for a two-year period ending 30 April 2025.

This brings the number of board members to 23, allowing several panels to sit when necessary. The new members have experience in various industries and knowledge in litigation, human resources and finance.

“The Labour Tribunal plays a crucial role in labour justice in the Cayman Islands,” said Labour Minister Dwayne Seymour. “The additional appointments were made to ensure that all vacancies were filled, thereby enabling a fully constituted Tribunal to manage labour complaints from employers and employees.”

Seymour thanked the new members for agreeing to serve a capacity that will allow them to make critical decisions, and contribute to the maintenance of an effective system of labour administration here. He said the new and reappointed members will provide valuable leadership and help to advance the mission of the Labour Tribunal.

The new board appointees are:

  • Nick Hoffman – Chairperson
  • Noel Webb – Deputy Chairperson
  • Luis Hernandez – Member
  • Gary Berry – Member
  • Anya Rankin-Christian – Member
  • Roxanne Basham-Ebanks – Member
  • Audrey Prendergast – Member

The people who have been reappointed are:

  • Angelita Edwards – Deputy Chairperson
  • Cashema Clarke – Deputy Chairperson
  • Michelle Coleman – Deputy Chairperson
  • Nadine McBean – Deputy Chairperson
  • Vincent Frederick – Deputy Chairperson
  • Pamela Duncan – Member
  • Nanalie Cover – Member

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  1. Anonymous says:

    John John got this one stacked..getting prepared for election early..

  2. Anonymous says:

    Six Deputies?

  3. Anonymous says:

    What? – no sexting attorneys – must be an oversight

  4. Anonymous says:

    Can someone with competence be hired as officers. Only office in government that I know about one has to wait 48 hours for an officer to call. And from experience, I had to go back to the office and demand to see someone. Still got nowhere so just gave up.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Several of Minister Seymour’s Pal on HIS Labour Tibunal Board have nothing more than a High School Diploma…and, not even a “pot to pi$$ in, or a window to through it out of”.

  6. Anonymous says:

    All the political pals = loaded sham board.

  7. They paved Paradise.... says:

    Meanwhile on a different subject… when will the weather radar be back in service?

    • Anonymous says:

      When we get smart politicians elected and when Jamaicans of the undesirable sort leave our shores and when our young females stop having babies for “ wurtless” men, 1:03, so……. work that out for yourself.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Gary Berry…of course.


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