CETAG to reveal its next line of action following NLC’s direction to call off strike

Following the outcome of the meeting between the Colleges of Education Teachers Association  (CETAG) and the National Labour Commission, the former is set to reveal its new line of action after consultation with its lawyers and members. CETAG’s new approach to the issue comes after a meeting it had with

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NLC declares UTAG strike as illegal while CETAG has agreed to call off its strike

The industrial action embarked on by two tertiary education teachers unions namely the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) and the Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) has been declared illegal by the National Labour Commission. They are therefore calling on both UTAG and CETAG to call the industrial

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UTAG and FWSC are set for a showdown today in order to resolve issues between them

As the University Teachers Association continue their industrial action they have been invited to a meeting today 13th January 2022  by the National Labour Commission along with Fair Wages and Salaries Commission to address issues regarding UTAG’s strike action.  According to the Commission, this scheduled meeting is to settle the

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NLC summons leaders of striking college teachers after they failed to honour the first invitation

The Colleges of Education Teachers Association (CETAG) has been invited by the National Labour Commission (NLC) after it failed to honour the first invitation extended to them by the NLC on 12th January 2022 over their strike action in the quest for better conditions of service. In essence, the NLC has

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We have reached an agreement with UTAG to not go on strike – Education Ministry

The Education Ministry has sought to allay the fears of Ghanaian students over the threat of strike action by members of the University Teachers Association of Ghana UTAG stating that they have reached an agreement with the members of UTAG. The meeting between the Education Ministry and UTAG was necessary

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