Nigeria Labour Congress
Pensioners, yesterday, protested against Edo and Cross River states’ failure to settle their unpaid gratuities, improved welfare and non-harmonisation of pensions.
In Nigeria, the lockdown affected productivity and stymied all forms of economic activities with consequences for livelihood. According to the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics, out of the 1,950 households which it surveyed nationally...
Medical workers, the Nigeria Labour Congress, and safety advocates have launched an initiative aimed at promoting professionalism for the enhancement of quality service delivery in health facilities
Members of organised labour, yesterday, picketed the Cross River State Secretariat in Calabar over N25, 000 fee the Head of Service (HoS) allegedly collected from directors to write their permanent secretaries examination.
The Organisation of Trade Unions of West Africa (OTUWA) has bemoaned lack of access to qualitative healthcare for workers in the informal sector. In a report titled, ‘Survey findings on the accessibility of healthcare for informal sector workers in six West African states,’ OTUWA noted that the challenge of access to affordable and proper…
Kogi State Chairman of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Onuh Edoka, has expressed shock over the failure of the state government to implement the N30,000 minimum wage in the state.
The Federal Government has announced immediate reduction in domestic base price of natural gas to power plant producers from $2.50 cent to $2.18 cent per standard cubic feet (scuf).
The Federal Government has inaugurated a 10-man committee to resolve the industrial dispute between the Kaduna State Government and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC).
Ayuba Wabba, President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has called for stiffer penalties against corruption towards tackling the menace in Nigeria. Wabba said this at a roundtable dialogue with labour, trade and other unions tagged “Positioning the unions as active drivers of anti-corruption in Nigeria” in Abuja. He said Nigeria had remained underdeveloped with…
Kaduna State Government has constituted a judicial commission of inquiry to probe the recent warning strike by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in the state and prescribe necessary punishment
Race for survival, corporate greed and abuse of rights are the practices that are pushing the frontiers of child labour to a new level.
Last Monday, hell was literally let loose in Kaduna State, as the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) made good its threat to embark on a five-day warning strike to protest alleged anti-labour practices