Evolving parental leave policy is quite simply and is the right thing to do says Chief People Officer of Liberty Latin America, parent company of Cable and Wireless and its consumer brand Flow Trinidad.
He made the remark as employees of Flow Trinidad can now enjoy paid maternity leave of 16 weeks and paid paternal leave of eight weeks.
Internet and cable provider, Flow,, is advising the public that it is continuing work to resolve an issue currently affecting its broadband customers.
a statement by Flow says that all the relevant teams are diligently working to restore service within the shortest possible timeframe.
Flow said it is aware that broadband customers are experiencing slow browsing at this time.
The company says it has isolated the problem and is working to ensure restoration of full service.
It is apologising for the inconvenience its customers are experiencing.
Local fans hoping to see Trinidad and Tobago versus Panama on television tonight, are not going to be able to do so.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) and Flow Sports were unable to reach an agreement with regard to the televising of the Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Qualifier match today.
A statement by Flow says this telecast will not be available on Flow Sports in Trinidad and Tobago.
It says that viewers in the rest of the Caribbean will be able to see the game live on Flow Sports as scheduled beginning at 7 pm.
Internat and cable provider Flow has teamed up with current FA Cup holders, Manchester United to bring the FA Cup trophy to Trinidad and Tobago today.
The trophy will arrive in Trinidad this afternoon, where it will be on show at the Flow Sports headquarters and will be showcased at activities for fans over a two-day period.
On January 18th, the trophy will be taken to Barbados, then on to Jamaica from January 19th - 21st and will end the tour of the Caribbean in the Cayman Islands from January 21st to 24th.
Effective September 1st, Flow customers will see a 6.3 percent increase in their residential cable packages.
The announcement was made on Flow's website today.
The new prices not only wipe out the benefits given to customers from the drop in VAT, but customers will now be required to pay more than they were paying, before VAT fell.