The list of aggrieved worker unions keeps adding up as the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOSAG) have also decided to withdraw its services.
Its intended action is set to commence on Thursday 20th January 2022 in their quest for better conditions of service like the other unions.
“Honourable members of CLOGSAG, be ready for strike. From Thursday, January 20 everybody should sit at home, don’t come to work,” a flyer to announce the decision read.
The association in December 2021 cautioned that they will be embarking on an industrial action whiles complaining that the government had for some time not addressed their conditions of service.
CLOGSAG further complained that a year after its proposed salary structure was sent to the Finance Ministry to deal with it, the Ministry is yet to respond despite persistent reminders.
The Association indicated that it feels sidelined, hence leaving them with no choice other than embarking on industrial action.
They also bemoaned how other services had an enhanced salary structure apart from the civil service.