Ferdinand | EducationGhana | January 12 | 2023 Salary Negotiation: Gov’t moves to 25% against Labour’s 30% request
The Day 9 of the 2023 salary Negotiation between the government and organised labour saw a change in percentages.
Aa at the end of the day, January 11, 2023, the government settled on 25% against Labour’s 30% request.
The meeting commenced around 2:30 pm with an opening prayer as usual.
A recap of yesterday’s meeting was done and the meeting continued.
At today’s meeting, the Government team still proposed 20% but was rejected by Organized Labour.
Subsequently, the Government team went into a long caucus meeting and later called the leadership of Organized Labour for a compromise in order to ensure that the agreed Base Pay rate can be incorporated into the January salary of workers by CAGD by Friday, 13th January 2023.
The government later proposed 25% Base Pay for 2023 while Organized Labour gave a cut-off rate of 35% which was later reduced to 30%.
The government team was not able to decide on the 30% today, hence the meeting has been adjourned to tomorrow, Thursday, 12th January 2023 for final determination.
The meeting came to a close at 6:15 pm
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