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PREPA loses part of its skilled talent

New work conditions have skyrocketed the retirement requests of employees with highly technical and hard-to-fill positions. Workers’ leaders warn that the system’s reliability is at stake.

25 de mayo de 2017 - 1:38 PM

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(Archivo / GFR Media)
(Archivo / GFR Media)

The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) operational crisis would reach unsuspected levels in the short term with the sudden retirement of –at least- 600 employees with technical and specialized jobs, plus the possibility of another 700 retirement requests and the resignation of those workers looking for better employment conditions abroad.  

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