The Water Services Corporation (WSC) has proudly signed a new Collective Agreement with the Union of Water Services Corporation Professionals (UWSCP), covering the period from 2023 to 2028. This agreement is a product of extensive discussions and consultations, underlining the harmonious relationship between WSC and the Union.

Karl Cilia, CEO of WSC, commented on this milestone, “This agreement is a reflection of our continuous commitment to our employees and our dedication to enhancing water services in Malta. We value the hard work and dedication of our professional staff, whose expertise is instrumental in our success.”

 

Trevor Giles Chircop Bray, President of the Union, added, “This Collective Agreement signifies a progressive step for all our members. It ensures a conducive working environment that will benefit not only our professionals but also the quality of service provided to the Maltese public.”

WSC boasts an impressive team of 111 full-time professionals, one of the largest in any Maltese organization. Their pivotal role is integral to achieving WSC’s aspirations for high-quality service and operational excellence.

The signing ceremony was graced by the presence of key figures from both WSC and the Union, along with Dr. Joyce Cassar, Permanent Secretary from the Office of the Prime Minister (People and Standards), and Mr. Joseph F. Caruana, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Enterprise.

The agreement was officially signed by:

Mr. Joseph Vella – Chairman, WSC
Mr. Karl Cilia – CEO, WSC
Mr. Trevor Giles Chircop Bray – President, UWSCP
Mrs. Sylvana Gauci – Secretary, UWSCP
Mrs. Maria Ciantar – Treasurer, UWSCP
Ing. Sigmund Galea – Executive Committee Member, UWSCP
Ing. Kyle Alamango – Executive Committee Member, UWSCP

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