Although the COVID-19 originated in China, over 140 countries, including Barbados, have now reported laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 leading WHO to declare a global pandemic. Below we address FAQs on employment matters in Barbados on the COVID-19 Pandemic. Each workplace is unique and as the situation unfolds different situations may present which require decisions based
Many companies across Barbados set up processes to formally evaluate an employee’s performance. This evaluation is usually conducted after an initial probationary period and then reviewed on an annual or semi-annual basis. Where employers do not take the time to train and develop management on the effectiveness and importance of a Performance Management System, managers
There are many pieces of legislation which govern or give guidance to the employment relationship between employers and employees. Most notable and frequently referenced of these are the Shops Act, Holiday with Pay, Employment of Women (Maternity Leave) Act, Employment Sexual Harassment (Prevention) Act, Safety and Health at Work and the Employment Rights Act (ERA).
Dear Members, The process for applying for the Police Certificate has changed effective from 2nd March 2020. Users can now apply, pay and receive their certificates in one smooth operation. Please see attached information relating to the new modern system. The Ministry of Innovation Science and Smart Technology in association with the Royal Barbados Police
The world is filled with policy makers. We have plenty policies established across the world in almost every area we can think of. Just like societies need laws to create order and common understandings, organisations need policies. Often, when businesses start small, they leave things loose and create rules as they go. However, there comes