Women should get something in writing before going to work in the interior, says the women miners association

The Guyana Women’s Miners Association (GWMA) is advocating that women insist on something in writing before proceeding to work in the interior as too many of them are robbed by unscrupulous employers and most times they are unable to seek redress through the Ministry of Labour.

“I am saying to them [women], to protect themselves and to make it easier for the Ministry of Labour to act is to get a contract, something in black white so you can keep because when they deny you work with them there  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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