Ogun workers to down tools on Thursday over minimum wage
Organised Labour in Ogun State has directed state and council workers to embark on two-day warning strike for alleged government’s refusal to negotiate
Minimum Wage: Ogun workers threaten strike
Organised labour in Ogun on Monday threatened to begin a two-day warning strike if its demand for a negotiation committee on the minimum wage was not met by the state government.
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.
Stop spending money on frivolities, TUC tells governors
The Trade Union Congress (TUC), has advised state governors to stop spending money on frivolities, and concentrate on paying workers the newly-approved national minimum wage.
NLC dares governors over new wage, moves to monitor negotiations
From the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) came yesterday a warning that any state that dithers over the negotiation of the consequential adjustment of the new minimum wage risks an unprecedented industrial crisis.
Trade Union wants April implementation
The Trade Union Side (TUS), of the Joint National Public Service Negotiating Council (JNPSNC), has said the new minimum wage implementation should start from the date it was signed into law to avoid another round of agitation by public service employees and their trade unions.
Panels allege Ajimobi owed 60 contractors, abandoned six projects, unfunded 35
Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State yesterday received reports from seven committees set up to look into the cases of 1,803 sacked civil servants by the past administration, management crisis in two tertiary institutions, contracts and projects awarded in the state between 2017 and 2019.
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.
‘Nigerians must demand judicious utilisation of taxes’
Normally, workers pay taxes around the world. Here, they pay what is referred to as “Pay As You Earn (PAYE). As people earn higher, their tax increases.