Workers unhappy with ‘three per cent’ gain in base rate

A cross section of public sector workers have criticized the 13 per cent increase base pay for public sector workers, saying in real terms they would see their salaries up by only three per cent.

Don’t sign Pensions Bill into Law – TUC to President

Ghana Trades Union Congress of Ghana, (GTUC) has again asked President John Mahama not to sign the amendment of the Pensions Act into law until the social partners and other stakeholders exhaust consultations on the proposed amendments. Mr.

Court grants interlocutory injunction against unions

An Accra High Court presided over by Justice Saeed Kwaku Gyan has granted an interlocutory injunction sort by the State restraining the labour unions from embarking on further strikes. The order takes immediate effect until the final determination of the case.

Union elects women’s committee members

The National Women’s Committee of Communication Workers Union (CWU) has elected national executives at the just ended National Executive Council (NEC) meeting in Accra.

‘I am still the National Chairman’ – Yaw Manu

Mr Yaw Manu, National Chairman of Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), has dismissed claims by some group of local branch members of the Union that he is no longer at post.

Striking Labour Unions barking up the wrong tree

The current standoff between the 12 striking labour unions and government over control of the Tier 2 pension contributions is like a comedy of errors. Why?

Government to stay court action against striking workers if they return to work

Mr Felix Ofosu Kwakye, Deputy Minister of Communications, on Thursday said government is willing to stay its court action against striking workers if they would call off their strike.

Split in Teachers and Educational Workers’ Union ranks

The leadership of the Teachers and Educational Workers’ Union (TEWU) of the Trades Union Congress (TUC), had said despite cordial relationship and a sustained two-way communication between it and the Central Executive Committee of the Polytechnics, it is surprised that some Polytechnics workers have decided

GNAT prepared for consequences of strike action

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT),  is prepared to handle the consequences of the nationwide indefinite strike by the Forum for Public Sector Registered Pension Schemes.

Forum warns Management against Intimidating Striking Workers

The Forum for Public Sector Registered Pension Schemes in Ho, on Tuesday cautioned management of Public Sector Institutions in the Volta Region against intimidating striking public sector workers.
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