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JUSAG Declares indefinite Strike


The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has declared an industrial strike action effective Wednesday, November 13, 2019.

According to JUSAG, the intended strike action is to demand a review of their current salaries.
They state that their current salary which was implemented in the year 2017 and to be renewed bi-annually and has not been renewed since.
A statement by JUSAG stated that “following our letter issued on 1st November 2019 giving notice of our intended strike action regarding the demand for the salary reviews/negotiations of staff of the Judicial Service, there have been numerous meetings with Management and the National Labour Commission.
“The leadership of JUSAG had also requested for the report emanating from the Committee set up by the Judicial Council. Unfortunately, we have not received copies of the said report upon several demands. After our meeting with the National Labour Commission on 11, November 2019, the leadership of JUSAG had a meeting with our Regional Executives and our rank and file. They resolved that since we have already complied with the procedures under the 1992 Constitution regarding our conditions of service, we should proceed accordingly
In view of the above, the leadership of JUSAG is left with no option than to declare an indefinite strike action to demand the assenting and implementation of the Judicial Council Committee’s report and that:
No staff member of JUSAG shall report to work on Wednesday, 13th November 2019.
2. That until the implementation of the Judicial Council Committee’s report, no staff/member of JUSAG shall report to work.
3. The Security Personnel of the Judicial Service shall, however, report to work to protect life and property.
4. That staff/members of JUSAG are to comply with the above directives and to stay tuned for further notice.
Source: Starrfm.com.gh

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