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BTC Employees Made Redundant

Several employees at the Bahamas Telecommunications Company have been let go as the company conducts changes to its operations.

This was revealed by BTC Interim Chief Executive Officer Dexter Cartwright in a press statement.

“As part of our strategic approach to transform to a more customer-centric, high performing organization, we are making adjustments to how we run our business,” said Cartwright.

“We are carrying out necessary network upgrades, giving more focus on training and development and improving back office support to better serve our customers.

“As part of this broader program, we have adjusted our team structure, and as such, a few positions at BTC have been made redundant.

“We reaffirm our commitment to building a more effective team structure to deliver the best products and services to The Bahamas,” Mr. Cartwright said.

The Company has not revealed the number of employees being made redumdant.


This revelation comes three months after former BTC CEO Leon Williams left the company.


Earlier this year, Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) a part owner of BTC reported that the company lost 24,000 mobile subscribers since mobile competitor   Aliv entered The Bahamas’ telecoms market last November.




Written by Jones Bahamas

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