Seminars on labour laws planned for foreign employers, workers

-laws translated to Portuguese for Brazilians

By Chevy Devonish

The Ministry of Labour plans to hold seminars to address violations of labour laws by foreign nationals, particularly Brazilians, who have come to Guyana for employment or to pursue business ventures of their own.

The initiative is a joint venture between the ministry, the Guyana Brazil Development Institute and the Brazilian Mining and General Association (BMGA) and will see seminars organised in Georgetown, Bartica and several other areas where mining is prevalent.

Addressing an audience of Brazilian business owners, Chief Labor Officer Charles Ogle yesterday stated that there are usually a lot of …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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