Petrotrin

FLASHBACK: A former Petrotrin workers speaks for his colleagues with this sign outside Petrotrin's refinery compound. Photo: TREVOR WATSON

Petrotrin Employee Assistance Programme Services Ltd (PEAPSL) has provided counselling to hundreds of terminated employees and their dependants since the closure of the State-owned oil company in November last year, says chief executive officer Neil Parsanlal.

Parsanlal said employees were assisted in dealing with a range of change management issues, from anger management to financial planning. And at no time, he said, did any client complain that the sessions were not helpful to them.

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