Ministry of Labour launches ‘Labour Pulse’ its Quarterly E-Newsletter

The Ministry of Labour (MOL) is pleased to announce the official launch of its E-Newsletter titled Labour Pulse ‘Don’t skip a Beat!’ today, March 29, 2021.

This launch is in keeping with the rebranding thrust of the Ministry of Labour and aims to raise the awareness of key projects and initiatives of the MOL in fulfilling the needs of its stakeholders; highlighting the people centered services that remain available to citizens and identifying the Units/Divisions responsible for undertaking such.

Minister of Labour, The Honourable Stephen Mc Clashie M.P. endorses this publication stating that this Newsletter aims to bring Team Labour closer to its stakeholders as it highlights the positive impact of the Ministry’s work on the lives of citizens.

Team MOL continues to engage in several initiatives in the area of Labour Administration towards advancing Labour Legislative Reform, promoting the Labour Laws and the Rights and Responsibilities of Employees and Employers as it continues its work towards achieving industrial peace in our twin island nation.

Permanent Secretary (Ag.), Ms. Natalie Willis added her voice to the launch of Labour Pulse indicating that this E-Newsletter has been produced and published by the dynamic and creative Corporate Communications Team of the MOL, to ensure that both internal and external stakeholders of the Ministry are kept abreast of all of it activities and ongoing initiatives.

The Ministry of Labour wishes to encourage all citizens to access a copy of and share ‘The Labour Pulse’ from the Ministry’s website at www.labour.gov.tt. All stakeholders can look out for this quarterly publication on the last Monday of every quarter; the second edition will be published on Monday June 28, 2021.

The Ministry of Labour pledges to continue working towards its mandate of decent work, industrial peace and opportunity for all.

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