Another strike action hits Colleges of Education, non-teaching staff lay down tools

An industrial action looms from the corridors of the Colleges of Education Non-Teaching Staff Association of Ghana(CENTSAG) from Monday, April 11 2022. The disgruntled association complains that several engagements with their employers and the Fair Wages and Salary Commission (FWSC) since January 2022 have proved futile and have not improved

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CLOGSAG and NLC are set to meet to avert possible strike action

A meeting between the National Labour Commission and the leadership of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association Ghana (CLOSSAG) is in the offing following the latter’s decision to embark on industrial action. Executive Secretary of NLC, Mr Ofosu Asamoah said “They said they have an arrangement with the government

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We have not called off our strike – UTAG president gives details of meeting with Education Committee

Claims that the University Teachers Association of Ghana has agreed to call off its industrial action after a meeting with the Education Committee of Parliament has been dismissed by the association’s leadership. On Thursday 17th February 2022, a Ranking Member of the Education Committee, Peter Nortsu –Kotoe stated that UTAG

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UTAG has agreed to call off its six-week-old strike – Peter Nortsu-Kotoe

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) leadership has agreed in principle to call off their strike after a crucial meeting with the parliamentary Education Committee. According to the Ranking Member of the Education Committee, Peter Nortsu-Kotoe, “UTAG will announce their decision after consultation with members”. The closed-door meeting with

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Parliament’s  Education Committee is set to meet the UTAG today over six-week-old strike

Parliament’s  Education Committee is set to meet the University Teachers Association of Ghana, UTAG and the National Labour Commission over the six weeks old UTAG strike. The lecturers remain resolute about their demands and have not entered the lecture halls despite negotiations and the legal tussle between them and the

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UTAG is bound by the affidavit to return to the lecture hall – NLC Boss

After securing an interlocutory injunction against the University Teachers Association of Ghana’s industrial action by the Accra High Court, Executive Director of the National Labour Commission, Ofosu Asamoah says UTAG members are expected back in the lecture halls. Mr. Asamoah pointed out that UTAG members are bound to resume work,

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Parliament’s Education Committee to meet UTAG to resolve strike impasse

The Education Committee in Ghana’s legislature is scheduled to meet the leadership of the University Teachers Association of Ghana this week to find a way to resolve the issue between the Union and the Government. This stems from the recent instruction from the Labour Division of the High Court for

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