A meeting between aggrieved members of the Colleges of Education Non-Teaching Staff Association and the National labour Commission is in the offing to discuss issues that brought up the indefinite strike.
CENTSAG embarked on industrial action on Monday, April 11 2022.
The association attributed their strike to the reluctance of the appropriate authorities to act on their demand for better conditions of service.
They further revealed that their action is premised on a myriad of issues which include wrong placement of First Degree Holders, Non-payment of migration arrears, exclusion of payment of Generic Allowances, partial payment of Office Holding Allowances, and non-payment of Interim Market Premium arrears.
Mr Samuel Opoku National Secretary of the Association, Samuel Opoku, shared their expectations ahead of the meeting.
“We plan to honour NLC’s invitation today [Wednesday]. What we will do is task the employers to do the needful. The NLC won’t solve the problem. We expect them to task the ones involved to do as we demand.”