Redundancy Staff Recalled At Clear Harbor

Cubicles left empty following redundancies at Clear Harbor

Cubicles left empty following redundancies at Clear Harbor

In a positive turn of events, CH – Clear Harbor Limited has announced that, 27 of the 243 employees who were made redundant as part of the company’s reorganization in August this year, will be recalled by December 9th, 2013.

This is possible as CH recently signed a contract with a new client opening up additional areas for business.

The company is confident that the new client, an Insurance company, has seen value in Clear Harbor’s outstanding track record of delivering results to its partners.

Ms. Mary Quinones, General Manager of Clear Harbor, said and I quote, “We are also on course to hire up to 250 employees by March of 2014 to service this client. This number will surpass our original staff complement.

Ms. Mary Quinones, General Manager of Clear Harbor

Ms. Mary Quinones, General Manager of Clear Harbor

When the company’s reorganization operations commenced at the Canefield offices in August, they had announced their intention to rehire affected staff, once they added new clients to their portfolio.

Re-calling the 27 staff in this initial instance honours that promise, she said.

Ms. Quinones added, Clear Harbor’s eight year partnership with the Commonwealth of Dominica has blossomed into a full-fledged commitment, to bringing good paying jobs to the nation and maintaining its reputation as one of the country’s biggest private sector employers.

Entrance to Clear Harbor

Entrance to Clear Harbor

CH continues to pursue new business opportunities, in an effort to deepen and broaden the relationship with the Government and people of the Commonwealth of Dominica.

 

 

 

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