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By Julita Peter

business.gif (6356 bytes)August 18, 1998 - Key persons in the public services across the region are strategizing ways of dealing with the challenges of the new millennium. Over the next few days executive members of the Caribbean Public Services Association will be consulting with local and regional trade union representatives to plan for a way forward for members of the public service.

At Monday’s opening ceremony the president of the Caribbean Public Services Association and the St. Lucia Civil Service Association Kingsley St. Hill encouraged the gathering to never lose focus on the theme of the conference – "Consolidation for the new millenium." He stated that survival of the public worker is important owing to the fact that agents of a new liberalism both locally and regionally are busy conjuring the demise of the public worker.

Mr. St. Hill assured the participants that the civil service association would continue to stand for promoting quality public service. He said that privatization has not augured well for the majority, but public services officers are also being charged with a responsibility for ensuring that all public servants are supplied with quality service like health care, and full employment.

 

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