CoE Non-Teaching Staff Association (CENTSAG) Declares Strike Over Poor Conditions Of Service [Read More]

CoE Non-Teaching Staff Association (CENTSAG) Declares Strike Over Poor Conditions Of Service [Read More]

The Colleges of Education Non-Teaching Staff Association of Ghana (CENTSAG) has declared an indefinite strike action over what the group describes as ‘continuous disregard’ for issues affecting its members by the appropriate authorities.

In a release disseminated by the Association, it intends to take this action after it has realized there has not been any commitment to their issues since National Labour Commission (NLC) stepped in, which prevented their first scheduled strike action in January 2022.

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The Association has stated that, its strike is grounded on the below issues, which are affecting its membership.

1. Wrong placement of First Degree Holders.

2. Non-payment of migration arrears.

3. Exclusion of payment of Generic Allowances.

4. Partial payment of Office Holding Allowances.

5. Non-payment of Interim Market Prevention Premium Arrears.

According to CENTSAG, “the date given by NLC Government team to address the concerns raised had elapsed but no tangible solution had been professed.”

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It has added that “in the circumstances, we have no option than to embark on industrial action to press home our demands for equitable and better conditions of service.

The Association by its release, informs its membership with the exception of security class to stay away from all the 46 Colleges of Education from April 11, 2021 untill otherwise instructed.




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