CETAG to embark on nationwide strike

The 46 public colleges of education have received notice from the Colleges of Education Teachers Association (CETAG) leadership that they will stop providing services as of Tuesday, August 1, 2023.

The Association claims that the government has until July 31, 2023, to put the stipulated allowances into effect.

The National President of CETAG, Mr. Prince Obeng-Himan, stated in a press release dated July 10, 2023, “Together with the one-off payment of one month’s basic salary based on CETAG’s salary grade as compensation for additional duty performed in 2022 payable to tutors per the NLC’s Arbitral Award ORDER given on 2nd May 2023.”

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He continued by saying that the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission’s (FWSC) “deliberately prolonged” negotiations on their condition of employment forced them to make this decision.

Check press release below;

CETAG to embark on nationwide strike

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