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Govt UTAG negotiations end with a "successful conclusion"-FWSC


Fair Wages and Payroll Commission (FWSC) has successfully completed negotiations between the government and the leaders of the University of Ghana Teachers Association (UTAG). Announced. In a press release issued shortly after the final negotiations on Friday, March 4, the Commission thanked all concerned for "bringing finality and reason to the problem." "The government also acknowledges and appreciates the patience and forgiveness of parents and students," the press release concludes. However,  UTAG has not yet commented on the development. The 

 leadership gave the government two weeks  to meet their demands after suspending the strike  on Monday, February 21st. However, at an emergency meeting at the  Accra College (UPSA), they asked the branch to vote for the National Executive Committee (NEC) decision. 

 Therefore, everyone except two weeks voted to reject NEC's decision to resume the strike after the ultimatum of two weeks. Representatives from the Employment and Labor Relations Department, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Education, and the National Labor Board (NLC) attended the final negotiations on Friday at FWSC is grateful to the Ghana Higher Education Board (GTEC) and Deputy Prime Minister of Ghana (VCG) for their great support during the seven-week strike.


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