JUST IN: GES halts Transfers of Staff Indeterminately

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has halted the transfer of its teaching and non-teaching staff until further notice.

The Ghana Education Service said the category of transfer include Inter-Regional Postings and Releases for 2019.

In addition,Inter-District and Intra-District Postings and Releases are part of the categories of transfers being halted until further notice.

The Ghana Education Service has informed all Regional Directors of Education to bring this information to its staff through the respective District ,Municipal and Metropolitan Education Directorates.

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Purpose

Speaking on Neat Fm,.an Accra based radio station in Accra on Tuesday,August 20,2019, the Director General of the GES, Prof. Kwesi Opoku Amankwa said postings and transfers are now being organized in collaboration with the Public Service Commission (PSC).

The Director General said the Public Service Commission has a data of all Public Service workers including staff of the Ghana Education Service.

He further indicated,the PSC has a system that is being used to regulate the activities of all public service workers ,called the Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS).

The HRMIS has a record of all Public sector workers which include salaries,and transfers.

Moreover,he said for any public worker to get transferred, his or her name must be submitted to the Public Service Commission to be entered into their System.

He said the GES is still having engagements with the PSC .

According to him,since May 2019,the GES wrote to all Regional and District Education Directorates to submit names of staff that have applied for transfers.

”The HRMIS must be fed with information relating to schools with vacancy in order to help the Ghana Education Service distribute its staff evenly.” He said.

He said until the names are being entered into the system,salaries of such staff shall not be paid.

He however assured teachers that the ban on transfers shall soon be lifted.

Source: EducationGhana.net

 


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Ellis Ferdinand is a Journalist, Blogger and Founder of Ellis Multimedia, a parent company of EducationGhana.org, an Online Education News Blog, PoliticsGhana.com and GhanaNaija.net. Ellis Ferdinand is a Graduate of Accra College of Education and the University of Cape Coast, where he obtained a Diploma In Basic Education and a Bachelor of Education in Accounting. He is currently Reading his Master of Philosophy in Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies at the University of Education, Winneba in Ghana. Ellis Ferdinand won Blogger of the Year at the 2018 National Students’ Awards and was also adjudged 14th Best Ghanain Blogger in 2018 among the Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers of 2018. He introduced the Concept of Education Blogging in Ghana in 2014 with his famous blog EducationGhana.net. now EducationGhana.org His Blog won Best Media Promoting Education in 2017, 2018 and 2019 respectively, an Award organized by Neogenics Education Consult. In 2019, He adjudged the Most Promising West African Blogger of the Year in Nigeria. He won Writer of the Year at the 2021 EDUCOM AWARDS

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  1. Education GH needs to do something about this halts transfer thing. Some of us had being in our station for 11 and 15years. By the grace of God we have gotten assurance and u re saying this??? Awwww please don’t fustrates our efforts. We re begging you. We know we have no one to speak on our behalf. Please have mercy on us.

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