VIDEO: Organized Labour Refuses to backdown on 60% base pay Increment demand

GNAT General Secretary and President
GNAT General Secretary and President

Organized Labour Refuses to backdown on 60% base pay Increment demand.

Organized Labour has refused to backdown on their demand for a base pay increment of 60 percent for the 2023 fiscal year.

As usual, at the end of every year towards the beginning of another, Organized Labour negotiates with the Government of Ghana on the new minimum wage for the following year as well as the increment of the base pay if public sector workers.

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Earlier this month, the government and organized Labour started negotiations to determine the appropriate percentage increase in the base pay of public sector workers across the country.

Information available to coverghana about the ongoing negotiations in the increase in the base pay of public sector workers indicates that Organized Labour is unwilling to compromise on their push for a 60% increase in the base pay of workers.

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The Composition of Organize Labour 

The Various Unions demanding for a 60% in the base pay of workers are;

  1. Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOGSAG)
  2. Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT)
  3.  National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT)
  4.  Coalition of Concerned Teachers, Ghana (CCT-GH)
  5.  Ghana Medical Association (GMA)
  6. Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA)
  7. Ghana Association of Certified Registered Anesthesia (GACRA).
Kindly Watch The Video Below; Organized Labour Refuses to backdown on 60% base pay Increment demand 

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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