CLOGSAG gives reason for calling off strike action

Members of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana, CLOGSAG have finally decided to resume work after a month-long industrial action. Executive Secretary of CLOGSAG, Dr Isaac Bampo-Addo announced the decision on Thursday 12th May 2022. He said “The National Executive Council of the Civil and Local Government

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Government reveals neutrality allowance payment plan as CLOGSAG still strikes

Employment and Labour Relations Minister Ignatius Baffour Awuah has assured members of the Local Government Committee of Ghana’s legislature that the government is earnestly working on getting the striking CLOGSAG members back to their offices. In a closed-door meeting, the Minister according to sources revealed to the committee a payment

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CLOGSAG refuses to call off strike despite meeting with Parliament’s Committee

Members of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOSAG) have vowed not to resume work till government meets their demands. The associations took this adamant stance despite a meeting between its leadership and the Parliamentary Select Committee on Local  Government and Rural Development on Monday, May 9

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Parliament and CLOGSAG set to meet today over unending strike action

A meeting has been scheduled between the Parliamentary Select Committee on Local Government and Rural Development and the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOSSAG ) today Monday, May 9th 2022 over the latter’s indefinite strike action. A demand for a neutrality allowance that the government had promised

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CLOGSAG standoff with government hitting hard at businesses and assemblies

The industrial action being embarked on by members of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association Ghana (CLOSSAG) is biting really hard as it has left many applicants who were trying to register or renew their businesses at the Registrar General’s Department disappointed on Thursday, May 5 2022. Several applicants

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Paying neutrality allowance won’t make anyone neutral – Wa West MP

Legislator for Wa West, Peter Toobu has waded into the neutrality allowance debate by questioning the basis for the demand for neutrality allowance by some public sector workers. The government’s inability to pay the allowance which is to ensure that civil and local government workers do not dabble in politics

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ClOGSAG to end strike by Friday after government agrees to pay neutrality allowance

The Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana has been directed by the National Labour Commission to end its industrial action by Friday, April 29 2022. The two parties: CLOGSAG and the government, at a final meeting on Wednesday, April 27th 2022 led by Deputy Minister of Employment and

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Renegotiate neutrality allowance- Labour Expert advises parties involved

Another look into the neutrality allowance being demanded by CLOGSAG  has been suggested by labour analyst Austin Gamey. He points out that though civil servants deserve some more financial rewards to improve service conditions, the current form of the neutrality allowance they are demanding will rather make them worse off.

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