Reverting to old salary regime, an invitation to anarchy, Labour warns
The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN), has warned states t reverting to the old salary regime (Pre-2019 Minimum Wage) to desist in interest of industrial peace and harmony.
Labour ministry raises panel to probe suspended NSITF officers
Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige has set up an independent panel to probe alleged financial misconduct levelled against suspended management team
Fuel price hits N143.80 per litre, labour fumes
The Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU), yesterday, condemned the increase in the pump price of petrol, describing it as ill-timed and insensitive.
Labour protests mass sack, unfair anti-labour practices by chemical firm
The National Union of Chemical Footwear Rubber Leather and Non-Metallic Products Employees (NUCFRLANMPE), has kicked against the planned mass sack
Labour, employers assess Buhari’s performance, seek social intervention expansion, others
As President Muhammadu Buhari marks his fifth year in office, labour leaders and employers have scored his leadership abysmally low
Don’t forget about the women who make up most of our informal economy
‘Please don’t post it on social media o,’ that has been Violet’s parting words with each customer these past weeks. Violet is one of the few employees in a specialized hair salon downtown Lagos, popular among a teeming number of women who wear their hair in locks.
Labour, CSOs float pressure group to protect vulnerable Nigerians
The labour movement and over 70 civil society organisations have floated a pressure group to protect the interest of workers, the poor and the vulnerable from the pangs of the economic
PDP, Labour protest as Chinese doctors arrive
A 15-MAN medical team from China yesterday arrived in Nigeria aboard an Air Peace chartered flight earlier designated for that purpose by the Federal Government...