Employees of state-owned broadcaster CNMG whose contracts have expired will have to wait a little bit longer for their gratuity payments.
About 51 contracts expired in the last two months and in a letter to those members of staff, CNMG's management stated that while the gratuity will be paid, it will not be in the three months originally agreed upon.
It comes as the re-branding from CNMG to TTT is expected to take place Thursday afternoon.
It is unclear how many members of staff will receive new contracts under TTT.
CNMG has named former television presenter Wendell Constantine as its Chief Executive Officer.
The news was announced this morning.
Constantine previously worked with CNMG as head of programming from 2006-2008, then served as as communications and brand manager at BG Trinidad and Tobago from 2008.
Constantine replaces Julian Rogers who stepped down last month.
He said his resignation was a personal decision.
Members of staff at state-owned Caribbean New Media Group have been told by newly appointed acting Chief Executive Officer, Julian Rogers, that the company must find US$10 million to upgrade the company.
In a meeting with staff today as he took up the new position, Rogers said there are no plans to close CNMG anytime soon.
He told the staff that for the Government hopes to eventually stop subventions to the State-owned media organisation.
He said the organisation must be in a good position to be divested.