GuySuCo prefers to be engaged in more solution-oriented discussions

Dear Editor,

The Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc. (GuySuCo) would like to respond to a letter that was published in the Kaieteur News by Mr. Sookram Persaud on the 27 January, 2017 and titled ‘GuySuCo’s team gets salaries no other country would pay’ What utter rubbish! Mr Persaud may wish to provide the rationale for his ludicrous statement. His agenda is evident and that is to mislead and poison the mind of the reader.

The Corporation wishes to inform the writer that every employee is paid within their grade/salary scales which were established several years ago.

GuySuCo also wishes to inform Mr. Sookram Persaud that we appreciate more productive engagements and would therefore find it extremely stimulating to be engaged in more strategic discussions on comprehensive solutions for resolving the challenges which it faces.

It is clear that Mr. Persaud is part of the company of naysayers who enjoy taking pot shots at the management of the Corporation for their own narrow purposes but offer no real solutions even though the opportunity is ideal. We wonder who is behind these letters and what is their real motivation?

Yours faithfully,

Audreyanna Thomas
Senior Communications Officer

 
Communications Unit
Ogle Estate
Ogle
East Coast
Demerara

Tel. No. 222-2916 (Direct line)

613-9404, or 624-0207 (Mobile nos.)

January 30, 2017

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