The organised labour in Ekiti State has protested the ongoing mass sack of workers by the Ekiti State Government.Read More
TWENTY-FOUR hours ago, Nigerian workers joined the rest of the world in euphoria of the year 2020.Read More
The Bauchi State Government has approved the payment of N30,000 new minimum wage for employees in the state. This is contained in a statement issued by Alhaji Mohammed Baba, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) to newsmen in on Wednesday in Bauchi. According to the statement, the approval is with ‘immediate effect’ (commencing from
Akwa Ibom State Government has paid the December salary to civil servants and other workers in it employ.
The State Governor, Mr Udom Emmanuel gave the directive that all workers and pensioners in Akwa Ibom State should receive their salary before December 25th, so that they will have money to celebrate the Christmas with their families.
By Johnbosco Agbakwuru Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State Tuesday said that the new N30,000 minimum wage in the actual sense cannot take workers home due to the prevailing economic situation in the country. The Governor also said that what Nigeria needed presently was not strong men rather strong institutions to ensure growth and stability.
The Sokoto state government has asked some 1000 persons its employ collecting abnormal salaries to come forward and be pardoned.Read More
By Olasunkanmi Akoni Following the agreement reached between the Lagos State Joint Public Service Negotiating Council, JNC, and Lagos State Government, Friday, November 15, all arrangements have been concluded to commence the payment of the new minimum wage and the consequential adjustment rates to public workers in the November 2019 salary cycle. State Chairman of
By Dirisu Yakubu, Abuja Federal and state governments have been enjoined to prioritise opportunities for public and civil servants to develop and improve on their skills to enable them give their best in service delivery. This was one of the decisions in the Communiqué issued at the end of the 41st National Council on Establishment,
PENSIONERS across the country can now heave a sigh of relief as the Federal Government yesterday promised the leadership of the Nigeria Union of Pensioners (NUP), that the circular for the implementation of the N30,000 national minimum wage would be released alongside with that of the workers.Read More
Angry workers in Nasarawa state have locked up Mr Rabo Sani, the council chairman of Doma Local Government Area of the State for over three hours to press for the payment of their outstanding September salary. READ ALSO: Nigeria’s tech startup CEOs, employees salaries revealed The council boss was accused by workers for exposing