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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

​ ​EFFECTIVE JANUARY 8, 2018 THE FOLLOWING FEES WILL BE IMPLEMENTED 

COPIES:

                                                                       -  BLACK AND WHITE:    $ 1.00 PER PAGE                                                                                              - COLOR:     $ 2.00 PER PAGE


FILING FEES (UL PCs ONLY):       $ 25.00 PER ULPC

A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN

VIRGIN ISLANDS

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RELATIONS BOARD

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Disclaimer:

Thank you for visiting the Virgin Islands Public Employees Relations Board. The web pages are made available to provide immediate access to public information for the convenience of interested persons. This is a service that is continually under development. While all attempts are made to provide current and accurate information, the PERB makes no guarantees and shall not be held liable for any losses caused on the reliance of information provided. The web pages may not reflect official positions of the PERB. The PERB has provided links to other governmental agencies for information purposes only, and does not endorse any opinion, viewpoint, products or services linked from or supplied to this site.

Visitors:


Please note that the materials presented on this web page are provided for informational purposes only. No information, data or statements should be considered as personal or legal advice. If you have a specific question requiring a legal opinion you should contact your union representative or seek legal consultation.

 Confidentiality:

The PERB ensures that all cases filed and pending remain confidential, in a reasonable manner, until disclosed by the parties in the matter, or upon the issuance of a PERB Decision and Order.


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Welcome to the Virgin Islands Public Employees Relations Board ("VI-PERB") Website. The overall purpose of the PERB is to foster an orderly and constructive relationship between public employers and their employees. The PERB attempts to achieve this end by resolving labor disputes as an administrative body by enforcing the rights and duties contained in the Public Employees Labor Relations Act and Title 3,Virgin Islands Code.


The PERB constantly endeavors to improve public sector labor relations through other avenues, as well, particularly through training and consulting efforts. As such, the PERB is responsible for the screening and training of administrative hearing officers, mediators and arbitrators.


Pierina Jacobs-Feldman