October 12, 2015 7:03 pm
A reconstituted Employment Relations Advisory Board has two days in which to reach a concensus on a draft report which is expected to be presented to the governing body of the ILO.
FBC News understands that ERAB held its first meeting yesterday with close to 30 members appointed to the board representing the tripartite parties, government, unions and employers.
ERAB will also be convened later today given the urgency of the issue with the ILO governing body announcing in June that failure to reach agreement by all parties may spur a commission of inquiry to investigate industrial relations here.
The ILO will next convene in November.