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Posted: Friday, March 5, 2021. 7:08 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: The Ministry of Rural Transformation, Community Development, Labour and Local Government today announced the appointment of 3 new government representatives on the Labour Advisory Board.

The representatives are:

Marcel Cardona Cervantes, Attorney-at-law, Chairperson of the Board

Wilfredo Galvez, Labour Economist, Deputy Chairperson of the Board

Ret’d General Cedric Borland, Member of the Board

The employers’ and workers’ representatives on the Labour Advisory Board are:

Kim Aikman, Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Claudette El Ters, Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Yorshabell Cattouse, Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Sharon Fraser, National Trade Union Congress of Belize

Marvin Mora, National Trade Union Congress of Belize

Russel Young, National Trade Union Congress of Belize

Section 20 of the Labour Act, Chapter 297 of the Laws of Belize Revised Edition 2011 states that the board shall study and make recommendations to the Minister of Labour on all matters affecting workers.

The Ministry says that it looks forward to the contributions of the Labour Advisory Board, as the Ministry collaborates with all stakeholders to ensure that employees and employers are always protected.

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