CICSA News & Events

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CICSA Promotes Leadership Opportunities Ahead of AGM

The Cayman Islands Civil Service Association (CICSA) invites members to express interest in four leadership vacancies, ahead of its rescheduled Annual General Meeting on Friday, …

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Residents’ duty-free allowance rises to $1,000 in December

Residents returning from an overseas trip can bring an extra $500 worth of personal and household goods into Cayman without paying import duty this festive …

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Christmas bonuses for civil servants, public service pensioners

Premier Juliana O’Connor-Connolly came bearing gifts for Cayman’s public service pensioners and civil servants Thursday night as she announced increases in pension payments and a …

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Government surplus drops $50M to $116M in Q3

The government has a $116 million surplus, net assets of $2.2 billion and a bank balance of $582 million, according to the recently released financial …

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Premier orders cost cutting as government spending nears $1 billion

Civil service leaders have been told to help slash almost $50 million from the government’s budget by the end of the year as public spending …

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MPs agree to consider 13% pay bump for civil servants over 3 years

The Cayman Islands Civil Service Housing Assistance Committee aims to assist qualified members with providential upgrades or repairs to their homes.   For more information on …

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New CICSA. New brand.

2020 has been a busy year for Your CICSA Management Council.  Along with addressing Employee Grievances, Meeting with the Public Service Pension Boards, the MC …

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