MONTEGO BAY, December 19, 2022 - Jamaica's recently imposed state of emergency (SOE) is of concern to potential visitors out of Europe who want to visit the island, but are in a quandry as a result of a recent article from Fox News highlighting the government’s recently imposed SOE, and how this could affect the island’s tourist industry.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, November 14, 2022 - Opposition Spokesperson on Tourism, Senator Janice Allen says the island is facing a massive labour shortage for even the lowest level of staff with the most basic of skills in tourism, which she says is an indictment on the entire system as we are unable to supply the entry level labour needed to fulfill the basic needs of the industry.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, November 14, 2022 - Opposition Spokesperson on Tourism and Linkages Senator Janice Allen, says “the recent ruling by the Supreme Court in relation to Private Security Guards not being Independent Contractors but employees, reads ominously for the island's Tourism Sector.”
MONTEGO BAY, November 14, 2022 - Opposition Senator Janice Allen wants an economic reset of the tourism industry where stakeholders like hotel workers, transport operators, craft vendors, and local entertainers will benefit more from the massive turnover in the industry which shows little benefit to the main drivers of the industry: the workers.
MONTEGO BAY, September 27, 2022 - Opposition Spokesperson on Tourism and Linkages, Senator Janice Allen, says fixing Jamaica for Jamaicans is one of the best ways to attract, impress and retain visitors who travel to Jamaica for a vacation experience.
Montego Bay, Jamaica, July 27, 2022 – Opposition Spokesperson on Tourism and Linkages, Senator Janice Allen wants to see greater linkages between Jamaica’s tourism and beauty industries, citing immense untapped opportunities in the multi-billion-dollar global beauty sector.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 23, 2022 - The People’s National Party has expressed condolences at the passing of former St. James and Hanover Member of Parliament Francis Tulloch, who died today after a prolonged illness at the age of 81.