Pension Reform in Trinidad and Tobago

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce hosted a one day seminar in collaboration with the National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago.

A seminar that opens the national community to an imperative discourse on the future of our National Insurance System.

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How Social is Your Media?

How Social Is Your Media? -a business breakfast session held by the T&T Chamber’s Corporate Social Responsibility Committee was held on Tuesday April 4, 2017.

In this session, Brevard Nelson highlighted some of the various aspects of social media and delivered insight into content marketing, the use of social media engagement strategies; the utilization of various platforms, monitoring and measurement.

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Developing Skills for Global Services

The “Skills for Global Services” (Global Services Promotion Programme) seeks to position Trinidad and Tobago as a digital hub for business through capacity building. The ultimate outcome of this IT development thrust is an increase in the export capacity of the country and the creation of employment in the Information Technology-enabled Services”.

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In his Budget Presentation for fiscal 2016/2017 last October, the Honourable Minister of Finance put the population on notice that Property Tax will be re-introduced as a much-needed source of revenue for the country. Last week’s announcement by the Ministry of Finance, therefore, came as no real surprise.

Mastering Employers Contracts

The “Employment and Labour Relations Committee Training Workshop: Mastering Employers Contracts” event was held on April 28th 2017. Mr. Gregory Pantin conveys to employers and managers a baseline understanding of the legal and commercial impact of the Contract of Employment; this is an essential tool for increasing certainty as well as managing both legal and commercial risk.

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