The Christian Workers Union (CWU) and the Development Finance Corporation (DFC) in Belmopan have been making efforts to quash the labour qualm. In September, three employees were escorted out of the DFC building after being issued letters of dismissal. The CWU stated that their members would not accept this notice because the DFC had not followed the correct procedure to render an employee redundant. A protest ensued in front of the Belmopan building following this event and prompted a meeting between management and the CWU. Today, the President of the CWU, Evan “Mose” Hyde, explained that both parties are engaging in conversations to effectively address each other’s concerns to avoid the case being escalated.