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TTPS clerks want fair treatment
By Cecily Asson Wednesday, August 13 2014
STATING that their contributions play a critical role in the country’s fight against crime, civilian data entry clerks attached to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) are asking to be treated fairly when it comes to their contracts and remuneration packages.
Speaking yesterday on condition of anonymity, one employee who has been sitting at home for several months complained that her contract and those of others are yet to be renewed despite “excellent appraisals” from their department. Others, she said, who managed to have theirs renewed, have not been paid the salaries as promised in the contracts, while others are still waiting on their gratuity payments, some for as long as six years.
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