TTUTA is calling on its membership to take another day of rest and reflection on Monday.
A membership advisory signed by First Vice President Marlon Seales was circulated online today.
In it, the association says the Chief Personnel Officer has not contacted them to indicate when dialogue between negotiating teams would continue.
As such, it is asking members to take the day to reflect on what Monday’s budget could mean for their salaries.
Speaking to 103.1FM News, TTUTA President Antonia Tekah-De Freitas said it is unfortunate that they have to take disruptive action to get their message across to the state.
Monday’s day of rest and reflection follows one of the first day of the new term and one affecting yesterday’s morning classes.