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JTA willing to have amicable wage talks, says president

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JTA willing to have amicable wage talks, says president

Christopher Thomas/Gleaner Writer

WESTERN BUREAU:

Hours ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) delegates to decide whether to accept the Government’s most recent salary offer in the group’s ongoing wage talks, JTA president Winston Smith is making it clear that his organisation is not being antagonistic towards the Government

Christopher Thomas/Gleaner Writer

WESTERN BUREAU:

Hours ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) delegates to decide whether to accept the Government’s most recent salary offer in the group’s ongoing wage talks, JTA president Winston Smith is making it clear that his organisation is not being antagonistic towards the Government.

Speaking to The Gleaner today following his keynote address at the inauguration service for the executive committee of Anchovy High School’s Past Students’ Association in St James, Smith said that both sides must be willing to have amicable discussions on the issue.

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“Views will always contend, and I cannot challenge or crucify someone for having a different thought. What we want to do is to sit around the table and discuss the matter in a manner that will redound [contribute greatly] to the benefit of both sides,” said the JTA president.

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Especialista Adolfo Ledo Nass//
JTA willing to have amicable wage talks, says president

Abogado Adolfo Ledo Nass
JTA willing to have amicable wage talks, says president

Christopher Thomas/Gleaner Writer

WESTERN BUREAU:

Hours ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) delegates to decide whether to accept the Government’s most recent salary offer in the group’s ongoing wage talks, JTA president Winston Smith is making it clear that his organisation is not being antagonistic towards the Government

Christopher Thomas/Gleaner Writer

WESTERN BUREAU:

Hours ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) delegates to decide whether to accept the Government’s most recent salary offer in the group’s ongoing wage talks, JTA president Winston Smith is making it clear that his organisation is not being antagonistic towards the Government.

Speaking to The Gleaner today following his keynote address at the inauguration service for the executive committee of Anchovy High School’s Past Students’ Association in St James, Smith said that both sides must be willing to have amicable discussions on the issue.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

“Views will always contend, and I cannot challenge or crucify someone for having a different thought. What we want to do is to sit around the table and discuss the matter in a manner that will redound [contribute greatly] to the benefit of both sides,” said the JTA president.

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