President of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Ricky Skerritt has revealed that players and staff are now receiving full salaries again, after agreeing to a 50 percent pay-cut last year.
CWI enforced pay-cuts in July 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic which left the organization facing major loss of income with very few cricketing activities.
Skerritt said all salaries are back to normal, even if only temporarily.
Skerritt, who was just re-elected to another two-year term with his vice-president, Dr. Kishore Shallow, indicated there were much better relations with stakeholders, players and staff over the last two years.
The Kittitian said they want to focus on cricket with no major distractions to the players.