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80% of public sector workers earn less than GH¢3,000 monthly – Statistical Service

The Ghana Statistical Service has revealed that more than 80% of public sector workers earn less than 3,000ghc monthly.

Salaries of some public sector workers suspended

The Controller and Accountant-General’s Department (CAGD) has announced the suspension of payment of September 2022 salaries to some public sector workers.

Check out how much was paid as COLA to public sector workers

Government has paid an amount of Four Hundred and Eighty-Five Million Ghana Cedis (GHc485,000,000.00) as Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) to public...

COLA ‘war’: Good news for public sector workers

The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission says it has successfully completed drafting modalities for the payment of the Conditions of Living Allowance...

87% of public sector workers earn less than ¢3000 as basic salary – SSNIT

It is emerging that 87% of public sector workers earn less than ¢3000 as basic monthly salary. This was...

COLA: Public sector workers to withdraw their services on this date

The Public Services Workers Union is set to strike from July 19 to demand a 20 percent Cost of Living Allowance.

Over 27,000 public sector workers likely to strike on July 12

Workers in the public sector say they can no longer shoulder the burden brought onto them by the prevailing economic hardship in...

I never said public sector workers are overpaid – Government Statistician

Government statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim says contrary to the widespread narrative in the public domain, he has not asserted that public...

Public sector workers are overpaid – Govt Statistician

The Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim, has said workers in the public sector are generally overpaid for work done.

TUC demands 20% cost of living allowance for public sector workers

The Trade Unions Congress (TUC), has called on government to give public sector workers a 20% cost of living allowance (COLA).

TUC wants neutrality allowance extended to all public sector workers

The Spokesperson for the Trade Union Congress, Naa Ayeley Ardayfio has called for the extension of the so-called neutrality allowance to all...

Public sector workers get 7% salary increment

Public sector workers will this year receive a seven percent salary increment. This is three percent more than what...

Low turnout at public sector workers’ demo [Photos]

The aggrieved public sector workers' demonstration recorded a low turnout as police personnel providing security outnumbered the protestors.

Accra goes red as public sector workers embark on demo [Photos]

The Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle was wrapped in red and black as the aggrieved public sector workers embark on a...

Public sector workers to hit streets

Public sector workers have announced a planned demonstration against the recent 4% and 7% increments in their wages.The demonstration is set to...

Hot Audio: Public sector workers under Mahama should be sacked – Amewu

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Peter Amewu has stated that all public sector workers who were employed by the erstwhile National Democratic...

We can’t employ more public sector workers – Osafo Maafo

Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Maafo has disclosed that government does not have the capacity to employ more public servants. According to him, the sector is...

Police caution public sector workers against fraudsters

The Police has warned the general public especially public sector workers to be wary of fraudsters parading themselves as staff of Controller and Accountant...

Head of Public Sector Reforms proposes dismissal of ‘alcoholic workers’

Head of Public Sector Reforms, Thomas Kusi Boafo, has proposed the dismissal of 'alcoholic public sector workers' because their productivity is negligible.

SSNIT unhappy about growing number of workers not on pension scheme

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has expressed worry about the growing number of workers not on pension scheme.

Govt won’t short-change workers in protecting their pensions – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has assured organised labour that the pension funds of its members are safe as government continues its Domestic Debt...

Standards Authority workers protest death of colleague

The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) Branch of the Public Sector Workers Union ( PSWU) is demanding that the management undertakes an investigation...

Safeguarding Ghana’s future against pandemics through public health emergency fund

Infectious diseases have had adverse effects on humans all around the globe through the years. Diseases such as yellow...

Labour unions kick against any ‘haircut’ on pension funds of workers

Labour unions in the country have vowed to kick against any attempt by the government to reduce the value of pension funds...

Exempt education, health sectors from public job freeze – Govt told

Auditing firm, PwC, is appealing to government to spare the education and health sectors from the freeze on public sector employment.

Govt responsible for unrest in labour sector, not workers – Kofi Bentil

Senior Vice President of IMANI Africa, Kofi Bentil, says the unrest in the labour sector is the doing of government.

TUC opposes employment freeze in Public Sector

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) is unhappy about the government’s decision to freeze employment in the Civil and Public services in 2023.

We are upset; Ghanaian workers are suffering – TUC tells govt

“We are upset, we are not happy at all, Ghanaian workers are suffering," these are the words of organised labour to government....
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Ato Arthur reacts to reports that Local Govt workers will be laid off

The Head of Local Government Service, Dr Nana Ato Arthur, has dismissed reports suggesting that some staff will be laid off in...

Medical Laboratory Professional Workers’ Union threatens to join COLA strike

The Medical Laboratory Professional Workers’ Union (MELPWU) has declared its support for Organised Labour’s call for the payment of a Cost of...

Public Service Workers Union to join COLA strike

The Public Services Workers Union (PSWU) is set to strike from July 19 to demand a 20 percent Cost of Living Allowance...

Sri Lanka gives workers extra day off to grow food

Sri Lanka is giving government officials an extra day off a week to encourage them to grow food, amid fears of a...

Checkout the number of workers at Office of the President

Staff of the Office of the President number up to nine hundred and ninety-five (995) as at 31st December, 2021.

I am a lover of fat salaries – Minister for Public Enterprises

Minister for Public Enterprises, Joseph Cudjoe, has said that he is an advocate of fat salaries for public sector workers who perform.

700k public servants absorb 52% of our revenues – Deputy Finance Minister

Deputy Finance Minister Dr John Ampontuah Kumah has disclosed that 700,000 Ghanaian workers absorb 52 per cent of the country’s revenue.

TUC calls for public sector salary review

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) says government must review the public sector pay to mitigate the effects of increased prices of goods...

Make the right investments in health sector – Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists tells...

The Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists (AMLS) has called on the Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Service to ensure that the...

Health workers rejecting postings to deprived areas worrying -Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has made a passionate appeal to healthcare professionals to accept postings to rural and deprived communities.

SSNIT cautions public against KenTrust Pensions Ltd

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has warned it has not designated Kentrust Pensions Limited to collect contributions on its...

Migrant Labour General Workers’ Union calls for reforms as world Marks Int’l Women’s Day

The Migrant Labour General Workers' Union and the education department, Finnish-French Migrant Resource (MLGWUI-FFMRC), have called on the government to reform some...