Please take some time out to read and familiarise yourselves with the updated information provided in the Emergency Shelter Booklet developed by the Department of Emergency Management. Select here to load and read: Emergency Shelter Booklet – 2021
Work from home – Human factors or ergonomic considerations for teleworking CORRESPONDING AUTHORS:Michelle M. Robertson, PhD, CPEExecutive Committee,International Ergonomics AssociationExecutive Director,Office Ergonomics Research Committee Kathleen Mosier, Ph.D.President, International Ergonomics AssociationProfessor Emeritus, San Francisco State University
Employees in Quarantine or Self-Isolation The Prime Minister has advised that some employed persons identified through contact tracing that are tested, and who have an initial negative result, maybe required to be retested after 5 days. Until a 2nd negative result is received, those employees are required to self-quarantine. What payments are due to persons with COVID-19 or placed in mandatory isolation? The workplace’s usual sick leave and pay entitlements apply if someone is
Treatment of Public Holidays Dear Members, On Thursday December 31, 2020, the public was informed that Monday January 4th and Tuesday January 5th, 2021 were to be declared public holidays. Consequently, businesses questioned how these days should be treated. Payment for work on Public Holidays January 4 & 5th 2021 should be treated in a
To our valued members, clients & partners Some important changes in our operations have been triggered by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. If you have any queries about any of the information mentioned in this email, please feel free to reach out to us to discuss in more detail. Remote Operations Effective January 6th 2021 Barbados
(Bridgetown, BARBADOS) The Barbados Revenue Authority is calling on persons who have filed for the 2019 Reverse Tax Credit (RTC) earlier this year, to update their banking information in TAMIS by Monday, December 7.
Unexpectedly in 2020 both employers and employees have had to rely heavily on the national safety net, National Insurance Scheme (NIS), in unprecedented numbers. Of course, this has led to questions about the long-term survival of the scheme.