BPSU & AMMC Sign Industrial Agreement


The Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation (AMMC) and the Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) signed a new industrial agreement on Monday.

Chairman of AMMC Rosel Moxey said, “it is without a doubt that the staff at AMMC are comprise of persons who are truly dedicated to promoting, preserving and sharing the history and antiquities of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. Team AMMC has and deserves every effort the the board and the senior management can provide to ensure a healthy environment in which they can develop and thrive.”

President of the BPSU Kimsley Ferguson was also on hand at the signing. He said, “we were able to arrive at a happy medium in relation to what has been negotiated for the staff. I do piggy back on what the chair would have indicated in relation to a healthy environment and that is one of the things that we were not able to arrive at a conclusion with in relation to the hazard allowance but we do wish and we are continuing in that regard with those discussions. And so we’re happy to have achieved the salary increases.”

The agreement has a term of three years and provides employees with salary increases and other benefits.