25 Mar 2020
Workers in Rivers State have flouted the sit-at-home order of the organised labour by resuming work at their respective ministries
27 Feb 2020
The Federal Government has solicited technical assistance from the United States (U.S.), in its bid to eliminate the menace of child labour in Nigeria.
26 Feb 2020
The organised labour in Kwara has said that delay in the approval of new minimum wage by Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq was due to his official engagement outside the state.
21 Feb 2020
Following the breakdown of negotiations on the new minimum wage, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in Cross River has given the state government a seven-day ultimatum to act.
9 Feb 2020
Over the last few weeks, there have been security meetings across the nation, which had in attendance, leaders and major stakeholders drawn from various spheres of life
19 Jan 2020
Host communities of Wilmar PZ, owners of Calaro Oil Palm Estate in Akamkpa and Biase local councils of Cross River State, have risen against the activities of the multinational firm.
7 Jan 2020
Plateau State Government has said that negotiation with labour unions for the implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage in the state is a must.
7 Jan 2020
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in Ekiti State has urged the state government to quicken the completion of negotiation for the payment of consequential adjustment in the new minimum wage
7 Jan 2020
As the year 2020 progresses, guaranteed industrial space in an atmosphere of peace would be needed to deliver an economy that is productive.
5 Jan 2020
The organised labour in Ekiti State has protested the ongoing mass sack of workers by the Ekiti State Government.
1 Jan 2020
The conclusion of the consequential adjustment of the national minimum wage and its subsequent implementation of minimum wage at the state level will form the fulcrum of labour movement
10 Nov 2019
Until recently, the NLC in Kwara State has been tight-lipped on its position in the new minimum wage impasse. This caused some stakeholders within the state to express worries over the alleged helplessness of organised labour in the state.