Information arriving from the Controller's Office and General Accountants Administration (CAGD) indicates that newly deployed teachers who were part of the third batch of biometric enrollment will be paid during the October payroll.
For which the deduction of five(5) months was cut off due to the assumption of Duty date which was sent to Controller's Office and General Accountants from Ghana Education Service (G.E.S) after the payment of the 2nd batch of Newly training teachers.
October's validation is underway, as it has been confirmed that the newly published teachers mentioned above are part of the validation process.
However, if the newly posted teacher's name does not appear, it must be added as a missing employee by the auditors.
I advise all new teachers to report to auditors.
All newly hired teachers who were part of the third batch of biometric enrollment should note that salary payment will start on Friday, October 28 depending on their bank.
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