CLOGSAG fails to turn up for crunch meeting with Labour Commision
Work at most government institutions visited by joynews showed the
buildings were under lock and key. At the registrar general’s department for
instance members of the public had gathered at the entrance ready to
transact business of some sort.
Members of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) have embarked on an indefinite nationwide strike starting Monday October 14.
The National Executives Committee instructed its members on Friday to
lay down their tools in protest of unpaid allowances.
In a statement CLOGSAG accused the fair wages and salaries commission (FWSC) of stalling the arbitration process. Meanwhile, the FWSC tells joynews the demands of the CLOGSAG cannot be met because they do not exist. The labour group is demanding top up/ premium arrears.
Head of public relations at the FWSC Earl Ankrah intimated that
CLOGSAG also failed to turn up for a meeting called today between
itself and National Labour Commission.
Efforts to reach executive members of CLOGSAG for comments have been unsuccessful
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