Union to investigate abrupt closure of Tower

The Clerical and Com-mercial Workers Union (CCWU) is to launch an investigation into the abrupt closure of the Hotel Tower which has left dozens of its members without pay.

“The union said they going Tuesday to speak and set out an investigation. They tell us to be there at the Hotel also…we hope we hear something about our money because for all these years to go to waste isn’t easy,” an employee of the hotel told Stabroek News yesterday.

Last Friday the hotel abruptly closed.

Nonpayment of wages coupled with the brusque termination of their services saw employees of the landmark Georgetown hotel on Main Street staging vocal protests on Friday and Saturday outside their place of work.

Tower, which has struggled for business in recent years, had been on the market since March but there have apparently been …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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