Trade Union Congress
‘6% Stamp duty on rent will worsen hardship’
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has criticised the move by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) to make property owners and their agents charge six per cent stamp duty...
Labour rejects proposals by hotels to owe workers’ salaries
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) and other unions in the tourism and hotel industry have rejected the plan by some notable hotels in the country to owe workers’ salaries under the pretext of COVID-19 pandemic.
Kebbi TUC urges Bagudu not to delay salary adjustments for civil servants
The executive council of Kebbi State chapter of Trade Union Congress (TUC) had expressed concern over the delay and non-implementation of consequential adjustments salary charts
TUC urges Nigerians to eschew personal gains for national development
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), has called on Nigerians to have a rethink and always do the right thing to achieve a better society.
‘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.
No state should call workers for negotiation on minimum wage, says Oyo TUC chairman
Following the truce reached between the Federal Government and the labour movement on the minimum wage consequential adjustment, the Oyo State Chairman of Trade Union Congress...
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 accuses government of insincerity over minimum wage implementation
Labour movement in Nigeria has bemoaned the unwillingness of the Federal Government to implement the new national minimum wage, following its failure to reach an agreeable consequential adjustment.