The Bermuda Public Services Union [BPSU] and its affiliate, the Caribbean Public Services Association [CPSA], are celebrating the 4th annual Caribbean Public Service and Solidarity Day under the theme “Celebrating Public Officers in These Challenging Times.”
A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Public Services Union [BPSU] stands proudly with the affiliate Unions the Caribbean Public Services Association [CPSA] as together we celebrate the 4th annual Caribbean Public Service and Solidarity Day under the theme “Celebrating Public Officers in These Challenging Times.”
“The purpose of the CPSA is to promote and strengthen unity among public service trade unions in the Caribbean region and support affiliates’ efforts to protect the rights and privileges of their members. The BPSU has been affiliated with the CPSA for more than 50 years and is excited to announce that it will be hosting the CPSA’s 52nd Annual Conference in Bermuda in the summer of 2024.
“The Caribbean Public Service and Solidarity Day serves as a crucial reminder of the indispensable role of Public Officers across the Caribbean region in our development and resilience.
“In these ever evolving and demanding times, the dedication and commitment of Public Officers continue to be the bedrock of progress and success in our nations. Throughout our history, Public Officers have been instrumental in shaping the development of not only our respective countries but also the advancement of the wider region.
“Public Officers labour diligently, often in the face of limited resources, including human, physical, and financial support. In times of natural disasters such as hurricanes as well as crises like the Covid-19 pandemic and the recent cyberattack, our Public Officers are at the forefront of response.
“Today, the BPSU invites Bermuda to join us in expressing our heartfelt thanks to all diligent and hardworking Public Officers across the Caribbean region as we commemorate the 4th Caribbean Public Service and Solidarity Day. Let us collectively celebrate their invaluable contributions to our society.”
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