[ARANGUEZ, August 12] — The Employers’ Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) mourns the loss of a true industrial relations “legend”, Mr. Gabriel L. Yeates.
[ARANGUEZ, June 18] — With the culmination of a two (2) week exercise geared towards the registration of Venezuelan migrants last Friday, one can reasonably expect that those successful registrants will be seeking formal employment for the remaining period of their registered status.
[ARANGUEZ, June 14] — The Employers’ Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) wishes to comment on Clauses 4 to 6 of the proposed Miscellaneous Provisions (Tax Amnesty, Pensions, Freedom of Information, National Insurance, Central Bank and Non-Profit Organisations) Bill, 2019.
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) is of the firm belief that any conversation around the relevance of the Industrial Court today must be viewed within the context of the role, responsibility and jurisdiction of the Court as well as our socio-economic realities.
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) is of the view that the Budget presentation was not as compelling as anticipated. Although the figures presented seemed to be fairly balanced with respect to grants, incentives and austerity measures, there was an obvious dearth of tangible measures for improving the quality of life for ALL citizens in respect
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) wishes to extend its commendation and high praises to the majority of our public servants and citizenry for their patriotism and mature response to the September 7th call for a day of rest and reflection.
It is no secret that our nation continues to face tough economic times. It is therefore the responsibility of every citizen to ensure that decisions on the nation’s economic future are made dispassionately and realistically in all instances.
The celebration of Labour Day should be seen as an opportunity for introspection - introspection on accomplishments, progress made, what could have been done differently and what is required to create a better future. The labour movement in Trinidad and Tobago must be acknowledged for their determined and vigilant pursuit of the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) decent work agenda with respect to the rights of workers and improvements in the world of work.
The Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) wishes to congratulate the newly inaugurated President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Her Excellency Paula Mae Weekes. Indeed, the installation of the country’s first female head of state is not only a testament to the progress and maturity of our society but, it is also a reflection of the strength of our democracy and our nation. Moreover, it sends a clear message that anyone, man or woman, boy or girl, can accomplish their dreams and aspirations with the requisite work, dedication and consistent effort as envisioned by our forefathers and encapsulated in our nation’s watchwords.
It is with great sadness that the Employers Consultative Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ECA) learnt of the passing of former President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Professor George Maxwell Richards.