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Jamaica Tourism Minister urges Employers to Fully Participate in Pension Scheme
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U.S., Oct. 19 -- Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, is urging all employers in the sector, to participate fully in the Jamaica Tourism Workers' Pension Scheme, which is scheduled to become operational early next year.
The first of its kind Tourism Worker's Pension Scheme, is a contributory one that embraces some 350,000 full-time, part-time, self-employed and contract workers across the sector, including red cap porters, front desk managers, craft traders, housekeepers and raftsmen.
Speaking yesterday at the third Graduation Ceremony of the Jamaica Centre of Tourism Innovation at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, Minister Bartlett said, "The Tourism Workers' pension scheme represents the final prong in our commitment to...
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