The PSOJ is calling for a sense of calm & productive talks to ease tensions

The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) is pleading for a sense of calm to facilitate productive dialogue among members ...
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PSOJ Concerned About NWC Workers’ Strike and its Impact on Businesses

It was reported this morning, May 10, 2022, that approximately 2,000 employees of the National Water Commission (NWC) went on ...
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PSOJ commends Integrity Commission Report, calls for improved governance at the FLA

The PSOJ is deeply concerned about the findings in the recently concluded report from the Integrity Commission which revealed that ...
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PSOJ notes strides made towards gender equality – advocating for continued work in celebration of International Women’s Day 2022

The Private Sector Organisation Of Jamaica (PSOJ) is pleased to join in the celebration of International Women’s Day 2022 under ...
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PSOJ reiterates call for caution regarding policy rate increase by BOJ

Given the recent monetary policy action effected by the Bank of Jamaica, The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) is ...
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PSOJ believes Budget is reasonable but inflation and interest rate risks are high

After assessing the tabling of the (1) fiscal policy paper, (2) medium-term debt management strategy and (3) estimate of expenditure ...
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The PSOJ welcomes Prime Minister’s announcement to discontinue the DRMA for COVID-19 

There has been a notable decline in the number of confirmed covid-19 cases on the island, and a reduction in ...
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PSOJ wants an amicable resolution to wage negotiations between the Government and Jamaica Police Federation

The Private Sector Organisation (PSOJ) calls for productive and expedient negotiations with the rank-and-file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force ...
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PSOJ Calls For Transparency and Due Process for Bengal Development Plans in St Ann

The PSOJ notes recent reports about the Bengal development plans in St. Ann and believes that no singular organization should ...
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