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The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has charged government to outline practical steps to create jobs in the country in the next budget to be presented in November 2017The TUC believes job creation is the biggest problem facing the economy and expects government to tackle it squarely to help the...
The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) is to engage 500 Ghanaian IT graduates after it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) on  Thursday, 2 November, 2017. The YEA is expected to pay the graduates, projected to be made up of 250 males and...
Drivers of the Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) are on strike in protest at what they said are poor working conditions. The drivers and conductors of the company claim they have not been paid for two months – a situation they say is affecting their livelihood. Ayalolo driver, Michael Kwame Sogbe in an...
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has charged members of the new Civil Service Council to deal with the endemic corruption in the Service. The President made the comments after the eight-member Civil Service Council was sworn into office at a short ceremony at the Flagstaff House. The eight member team is...
The Acting General Secretary for the ruling NPP Mr John Boadu has said, government through the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has recruited over 60,000 youth under various modules of the Agency as part of Government’s efforts of solving the unemployment situation in the country adding that about 40, 000...
College of Education Teachers Association (ETAG) has threatened to embark on nationwide strike over their salary arrears. In a statement signed by the National Secretary of the Association Prince Obeng Himah  said, if the Ministry of finance fails to pay the outstanding areas due them by Wednesday November 1, 2017...
The Secretary General of the Trade Union Congress, (TUC) Dr. Yaw Baah has called for radical reforms of Social Security and National Insurance Trust, (SSNIT) and the National Labour Commission.He said recent development at SSNIT calls for a review of National Pensions Act, Act 766, which regulate and supervise...
Allowances for about 8,000 National Service personnel across the country have been withheld, the National Service Secretariat has announced. It explained in a statement Saturday that the suspension of the payment of the September allowances is to allow for investigations into the affected personnel, who are either suspected of impersonation...
The Asokore Mampong Municipal Assembly in the Ashanti region has held a sensitization program for commercial tricycle operators in the municipality to educate them on road safety regulations. The program was which was aimed at reducing road accidents in the area, was attended by officials from the Motor, Traffic and...
The Energy Commission has announced that it will soon kick off with the implementation of the electrical wiring regulations which will ban uncertified electricians from operating in the country. The Electrical Wiring Regulation 2011 (LI 2008) passed by Parliament in 2012 and came  into force on 24th February has three...
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