Group Title: Government gazette, Grenada
Title: Government gazette
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Title: Government gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 34 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Grenada
Publisher: Govt. Print. Off.
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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: August 17, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Politics and government -- Grenada   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
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G R, A NA I)A


Government


Gazette.


(EXTRAORDINARY.)

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VOL. 77. SAINT GEORGE'S, MONDAY AUGUST 17, 1959. [No. 50.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

No. 236
SHE following Notice is published for general information: -

By Command,
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Assistant Administrator.
Government Office,
17th August, 1959.

NOTICE.
W[HEREAS a Trade dispute exists between the Grenada Manual and Mental
Workers' Union and the Grenada Agriculturists' Union, Trade Unions
registered under the Trade Union and Trade Disputes Ordinance, 1951:
AND WHEREAS in accordance with Section 3 of the Trade Disputes (Arbitration
and Enquiry) Ordinance, 1943 (No. 5 of 1942), the parties to the disputes have
reported the matters to His Excellency the Acting Governor and have consented to
refer the matters for settlement to an Arbitration Tribunal constituted in accordance
with Section 3 (2) (c) of the above mentioned Ordinance:
It is hereby notified for general information that His Excellency the Acting
Governor has been pleased to appoint an Arbitration Tribunal under the said
Ordinance consisting of:


Mr.
Mr.
Mr.


J. W. CHENERY, (Chairman),
S. J. BAIN, (representing the Grenada Agriculturists' Union),
O. DYCE, (representing the Grenada Manual and Mental
Workers' Union),


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336 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1959.-(No. 50.)

1. To inquire into, and report upon:
(a) a proposal by the Grenada Manual and.lMenital Workers' Union:
t!h't the minimum wage for agricultural workers be increased to
$2.410 p more ilan 100 cultivated acres, with effect from 1st Decemi er, 1958,
and a couneir-lrorwoal by the Grenada Agriculturists' Unioll:
that the existing minimum wage of $1.70 per daiy for men and $1.45
per day for women be not increased;
and to n.ake an award.
(b) a proposal by the Grenada Manual and Mental Workers' Union:
that in tlhe case of est ttes wiih less thou 1CO cultivated aceri, there
be a wage range from $1.70 to $2.40 pEr day for men and from $1.45
to $2. 0 p:-r day for women, with cfftct from 1st December, 1953.
Tie actual wage to be p:iid by indivi,lial employers to, be negotiated
in each case b:'tcveen liet Gren ida Agriculturists' Union and the
Grenada Manual :nd Mental Workers' Ulnion,
and a counter-proposal by the Grenada Agriculturists' Union:
and the existing wage cf $1.70 per day for men and $1.45 per day
for women te not increased;
and to make an award.
(c) a proposal by the Grenada Manual and Mental Workers' Union:
that Union officials be allowed to collect Union dues at the place of
work,
and a counter-proposal by the Grenada Agriculturists' Union:
that this proposal be considered by the parties within a year, or at
an earlier date, when the Association is assured by the Labour Adviser
that the Grenada Trades Union is properly constituted and operat-
ing in accordance with the local Trade Union Law;
and to make an award.
(d) a proposal by the Grenada Manual and Mental Workers' Union:
that Union Officials be permitted to address workers at the place of
work before working hours, provided such address is terminated at
least ten minutes before the commencement of work,
and a counter-proposal by the Grenada Agriculturists' Union that this
be not permitted;
and to make an award.
"2. To stipulate:
(a) the period during which the award shall be binding;
(b) whether or not. at the expiration of the .period set out at (a) above,
the terms of the award shall have no effect, or shall continue to be
operative until amended by mutual consent or terminated by one or
both of the parties;
(c) in the event cf a continuance of the terms of the award after the
expiration of the period set out at (a) above, the procedure to be
adopted when it is desired to amend or termil;ate the award;
(d) the procedure to 1 e followed in the case of a dispute relating to the
interpretation of the terms of thq award.
Mr. E. E. Hunte has been appointed Clerk to the Tribunal.
17th August, 1959.
M,P.-C. 554.

GRENADA.
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PPINTEE, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
ST. (iGORGlE'S,
1959.




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