Trade Union Congress
TUC restates commitment to improve workers’ welfare
The Trade Union Congress (TUC), has restated its commitment to improving the welfare of workers across the nation.
‘Paris Club, bailout funds judiciously utilised in Kogi’
The organised Labour in Kogi State has insisted that the last Paris Club refund and the latest bailouts funds of N30.8billion obtained by the state government were judiciously utilised.
TUC canvasses use of recovered loot, forfeited properties for public interest
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), has called on the Federal Government to use the over N1trillion recovered from corrupt Nigerians and all forfeited properties for public good.
Labour recommits to October 16 strike for minimum wage
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has resolved to join other labour centres on the October 16 planned nationwide strike if the Federal Government fails to conclude the N30, 000 consequential adjustments on the new minimum wage.
Labour leadership in the 21st century: Challenges and transformation
As difficult union systems progress through the coming years, their liability to encounter snakes or ladders will depend, however, not on throws of the dice, but on certain dispositions and capacity to take initiates
Fresh strike looms over implementation of new minimum wage
Organised labour has alleged that the Federal Government is courting another industrial crisis over delay in the implementation of N30, 000 minimum wage.
Hurdles for labour ministers as stakeholders set agenda
In a country where one in every five persons is unemployed, its development challenges are often formidable. But that is the scenario in today’s Nigeria. The festering social upheavals are clearly a manifestation of a society that is unable to keep the majority of her citizens engaged in productive activities.
TUC challenges CBN over claims to reduce forex to companies
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), has challenged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), to make public the list of companies applying for foreign exchange...
Fresh hurdles against minimum wage takeoff
While a temporary ceasefire appears to have been reached in the fight for a new minimum wage, a battle for its seamless implementation could break out soon. For workers in the private sector, there might be no fresh minefields between them and the new wage. This is however not the case with public sector workers whose fate currently hangs in the balance.