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Good news to all government workers as salary increment for 2021 has finally reflected in July's EPV

The much awaited and anticipated salary increment for public sector workers for 2021 has finally reflected in July's validation. Government workers all over the country were expecting salaries increments for the year 2021 in January this year but it never materialised since the salary for 2021 had not been determined by the fair wages and salaries commission because of the Corona virus pandemic last year(2020).

  6 months ago ago
Good news to all government workers as salary increment for 2021 has finally reflected in July's EPV

CAREER-JOBS

GNAT Proposed 20-25% Salary increment, Check what Government agreed to Pay taking effect January 2021

Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT) went to the negotiations table together with other teacher unions, National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT), Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) and proposed 20-25% Salary increment for teachers based of the current cost of living in the country. The teacher unions has since been negotiation with the salary and Labour Commission. Salary and Labour Commission has agreed with the Labour Unions on 12.5% salary increment taking effects from January, 2021. Salary

  1 year ago ago
GNAT Proposed 20-25% Salary increment, Check what Government agreed to Pay taking effect January 2021

EDUCATION

Teacher's reactions on proposed 10% increment in wages and it's effective date.

The major Teacher Unions Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association Graduate Teachers and Coalition of Concern Teachers (CCT) in a collective agreement went to the negotiation table with the Joint Salary Negotiation Committee (JSNC) in 2020 for negotiation on teachers' conditions of service, new salary base pay, legacy arrears and other pressing issues in education.

  7 months ago ago
Teacher's reactions on proposed 10% increment in wages and it's effective date.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Public Sector Base Pay Negotiations to Begin on 1st July 2021

Many people in the public sector are still in darkness on what have happened to the salary negotiations so far. In this article a review of all what has happened and the current fate of the salary negotiations will be considered. Kindly take the ride below. The Public Services Joint Standing Negotiating Committee (PSJSNC) which consists of representatives of the TUC (Ghana), the Security Service, and other Labour Unions operating within the Public Sector is negotiating the Base Pay for 2021 and 2022.

  6 months ago ago
Public Sector Base Pay Negotiations to Begin on 1st July 2021

POLITICS

Why Teacher Unions Are Silent On New Salary Base Pay For Teachers

Every year the Joint Standing Negotiating Committee (JSNC), meet with the Labour Unions to decide on new minimum wage. This is normally done before the end of the year for payment to take effect on January the following year. In 2020, the last budget was silent on the new minimum wage and salary base pay for Teachers. There was news circulating on social media and other news portal, government has agreed to pay teachers 12.5 percent for January, 2021.  Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT) released a

  11 months ago ago
Why Teacher Unions Are Silent On New Salary Base Pay For Teachers

EDUCATION

What Teachers Should Expect from 2021 Budget Statement

What Teachers Should Expect from 2021 Budget Teacher Unions in the country, Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers went to the negotiation table to proposed new salary base rate for teachers and other conditions of service. Joint Negotiations Committee(JNC) have been negotiating with

  10 months ago ago
What Teachers Should Expect from 2021 Budget Statement

POLITICS

Teacher Unions at Loggerheads with Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations

Teacher Unions at Loggerheads with Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations on New Salary base pay Teacher Unions, Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT), Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) have been on negotiations with government on New salary base pay for teachers since December, 2020.  The Joint Negotiation Committee(JNC),

  10 months ago ago
Teacher Unions at Loggerheads with Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations

ECONOMY-FINANCE

We will Not Accept Anything Less than 20% Salary Increment - Teachers to Government

We will Not Accept Anything Less than 20% Salary Increment - Teachers to Government Teachers as well as other public sector workers are not happy with the new development on Salary Increment for 2021.

  10 months ago ago
We will Not Accept Anything Less than 20% Salary Increment - Teachers to Government

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GNAT Proposed 20 - 25% Salary Increment; Check Out The Government's Appeal To The Proposal

Please Before You Read This Article Don't Forget To Click On The (+Follow) Button For More Latest News Updates Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT) went to the negotiations desk collectively with different instructor unions, National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT), Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) and proposed 20-25% Salary increment for instructors primarily based totally of the cutting-edge price of residing withinside the country. The instructor unions has in view that been negotiation

  1 year ago ago
GNAT Proposed 20 - 25% Salary Increment;
Check Out The Government's Appeal To The Proposal

POLITICS

Teacher Unions to meet over the Silence of the 2021 Budget Statement on Salary Increment

9Teacher Unions to meet over the Silence of the 2021 Budget Statement on Salary Increment The three teacher Unions Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) in collective agreement went to the negotiation table with the Joint Salary Negotiation Committee(JSNC) over the new

  10 months ago ago
Teacher Unions to meet over the Silence of the 2021 Budget Statement on Salary Increment

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After months of negotiation see the percentage government wants to increase public workers salaries.

The Public Services Joint Standing Negotiating Committee (PSJSNC) which consists of representatives of the TUC (Ghana), the Security Service and other Labour Unions operating within the Public Sector is negotiating the Base Pay for 2021 and 2022. It could be recalled that the Union drew the attention of Government on the need to provide for salary increment for 2021 following media statements of a possible freeze in wages and the presentation of the budget for 2021 to Parliament.

  6 months ago ago
After months of negotiation see the percentage government wants to increase public workers salaries.

EDUCATION

Likely Financial Accounting For 2020 WASSCE Candidates, Theory And Objectives - Questions and Answers

There is only a few months to the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination. These questions and answers can help you revise for your examination. Follow, comment and share for more content daily. 1. Which of the following stakeholders is an internal user of accounting information? a. Creditors b. Management c. Labour Unions d. Shareholders 2. Office computer account is an example of........ a. personal account b. nominal account c. revenue account d. real account 3. Given unpresented cheques of

  1 year ago ago
Likely Financial Accounting For 2020 WASSCE Candidates, Theory And Objectives - Questions and Answers

CAREER-JOBS

Update on Public Sector Base Pay Negotiations

The Public Services Joint Standing Negotiating Committee (PSJSNC) which consists of representatives of the TUC (Ghana), the Security Service and other Labour Unions operating within the Public Sector is negotiating the Base Pay for 2021 and 2022. It could be recalled that the Union drew the attention of Government on the need to provide for salary increment for 2021 following media statements of a possible freeze in wages and the presentation of the budget for 2021 to Parliament.

  6 months ago ago
Update on Public Sector Base Pay Negotiations

POLITICS

NDC Manifesto is a winning document.

Speaking at the launch of the " people's manifesto at the University of professional studies Accra UPSA, Prof. Boafo disclosed that "the party thoroughly researched and sought inputs from ordinary Ghanaians, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Labour Unions before the final document was compiled" He also said, “Our manifesto is based on reliable, valid and verifiable data.” Prof. Boafo also mentioned that the manifesto has been categorised into six thematic areas which will serve as the party’s blueprint

  1 year ago ago
NDC Manifesto is a winning document.