2023 Salary Negotiation adjourned as Gov’t insists on 18% as Workers give a 58% Consideration

2023 Salary Negotiation adjourned as Gov't insists on 18% as Workers gave a 58% Consideration
2023 Salary Negotiation adjourned as Gov't insists on 18% as Workers gave a 58% Consideration

Ferdinand|EducationGhana|December 13|2023 Salary Negotiation adjourned as Gov’t insists on 18% as Workers gave a 58% Consideration

 

The 2023 Salary Negotiation between the Fair Wages and Salaries Commissions (FWSC) and the Public Sector workers being represented by various unions has been adjourned to December 19, 2022.

 

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This was as a result of an inconclusive negotiation that took place today, December 13, 2022 between the parties involved ath the Ministry of Health Conference Room.

According to reports from the meeting, government insisted on giving workers an 18% salary increment as against workers rducingbtheir demanding to 58%.

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