Covid-19: AMIDST CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS, GOV ZULUM RELEASES MARCH SALARIES FOR BORNO WORKERS

Borno Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum, has approved the release of salaries and pensions for workers and retirees for the month of March, even as Nigeria inches towards a complete lockdown in effort to control transmission of covid-19 (coronavirus) amongst citizens. Borno’s workers and pensioners began to get credit alert from their bankers since Tuesday. The state may soon be cut off from air transport … Continue reading Covid-19: AMIDST CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS, GOV ZULUM RELEASES MARCH SALARIES FOR BORNO WORKERS

WE DID NOT SEAL NLC SECRETARIAT OVER MINIMUM WAGE ISSUES – Rivers Govt

PRESS RELEASE The attention of the Bureau for Special Projects have been drawn to a frivolous news milling the rounds that the NLC secretariat was sealed as a result of minimum wage related issues. This is not only untrue, but also a calculated attempt at misleading the public against the genuine intentions of government. As you may be aware, the NLC structure which was built … Continue reading WE DID NOT SEAL NLC SECRETARIAT OVER MINIMUM WAGE ISSUES – Rivers Govt

Breaking: GOV UDOM EMMANUEL APPROVES NEW MINIMUM WAGE, CONSEQUENTIAL ADJUSTMENTS AS APROVED BY FED. GOVT, FOR AKWA IBOM WORKERS

Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State has adopted and approved the new minimum wage and the consequential adjustments and percentages in line with the Federal government negotiated consequential adjustment percentages increase, for civil servants in Akwa Ibom State, with effect from January 2020. A Press Release from the Office of the Head of Civil Service, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, issued on 21st January, 2020 … Continue reading Breaking: GOV UDOM EMMANUEL APPROVES NEW MINIMUM WAGE, CONSEQUENTIAL ADJUSTMENTS AS APROVED BY FED. GOVT, FOR AKWA IBOM WORKERS

Minimum Wage: DELTA APC DOES NOT WISH DELTA WORKERS WELL – PDP

PRESS RELEASE DELTA APC DOES NOT WISH DELTA WORKERS WELL – PDP The Delta State PDP is once again surprised and dismayed by the brazen display of ignorance and unbridled hatred for Delta State workers exhibited in the latest Press statement by the APC Titled: MINIMUM WAGE: YOU HAVE SHORT-CHANGED WORKERS, DELTA APC ACCUSES GOVT, issued on 13th of January, 2020 and authored by Barr. … Continue reading Minimum Wage: DELTA APC DOES NOT WISH DELTA WORKERS WELL – PDP

Breaking: DELTA CIVIL SERVANTS TO RECEIVE NEW MINIMUM WAGE WITH JANUARY SALARY

Workers in Delta will receive the new minimum wage in their January, 2020 salary as the state government and the organised labour have resolved to accept the template being used by the Federal Government for the implementation. At a joint press conference where the agreement was signed in Asaba on Friday evening, January 10, 2020, the Seceretary to the Delta State Government, Mr Chiedu Ebie … Continue reading Breaking: DELTA CIVIL SERVANTS TO RECEIVE NEW MINIMUM WAGE WITH JANUARY SALARY

DELTA GOVT, LABOUR AGREE ON MINIMUM WAGE; IMPLEMENTATION FROM NOVEMBER 2019; ARREARS TO COME IN JANUARY, FEBRUARY SALARIES

The Delta State Government has reached an agreement with the organized labour on the new national minimum wage for workers in the state. The Secretary to Delta State Government, Mr Chiedu Ebie, who is the Chairman of the Negotiation Committee, disclosed this after signing the new minimum wage documents on behalf of the state government. Mr Ebie, who also had the Delta State Commissioner of … Continue reading DELTA GOVT, LABOUR AGREE ON MINIMUM WAGE; IMPLEMENTATION FROM NOVEMBER 2019; ARREARS TO COME IN JANUARY, FEBRUARY SALARIES

OKOWA SAYS INDUSTRIAL COURT IN DELTA WILL BOOST JUSTICE DELIVERY IN LABOUR MATTERS

Delta Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta on Friday said locating the National Industrial Court in the state would speed up the delivery of justice in labour-related issues. Besides, he said that apart from the risk of travelling to attend court sessions in other states, putting the court in Asaba would contribute to the development of the state. The governor stated this when the President of National … Continue reading OKOWA SAYS INDUSTRIAL COURT IN DELTA WILL BOOST JUSTICE DELIVERY IN LABOUR MATTERS