UCC Senior Staff Association embark on indefinite strike

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The University of Cape Coast’s senior personnel have started an indefinite strike because their agreed allowances, conditions of employment, and promotions are taking too long to be implemented.

The University of Cape Coast’s local chapter of the Senior Staff Association of the Universities of Ghana reports that its members are dissatisfied with the university’s management for taking so long to address several pressing concerns involving its constituents.

The group claims that since last year, management has been presented with a number of issues and complaints but none of them have been addressed, leading to the action. These issues and complaints, according to the group, include negotiated allowances, unmet conditions of service for its members, the promotion of its members, and inclusion within the Senior Staff rank.

Red bands on certain group members’ wrists and hands insisted that they would not work until their complaints were addressed.

They declared, “Unless they correct the situation, we are not going to continue work.”

The Association is also concerned that while other universities have negotiated and approved of the concerns its members are fighting for, things are different at the University of Cape Coast.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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