Posted by News Express | 5 July 2017 | 1,487 times
The organised Labour in Cross River State has suspended the indefinite strike action embarked upon by the body following agreement by government to implement the 13-point demands made by the union.
Addressing a cross section of workers in Calabar, the state capital, NLC Chairman, Comrade John Ushie enjoined workers to resume work with immediate effect following its two-week strike action.
According to the Chairman, the decision arose from a meeting by the state government and the joint body for the interest of the state and workers at large whose continuous absence at their duty post would have a negative effect on the state’s economy.
Part of the agreement reached, according to Labour, included immediate payment in full of outstanding gratuity of retirees and promotion exercise of deserving civil and public servants to resume immediately with letters released to them and arrears paid them.
Others are, deductions from salaries of staff investigated and accounted for, among others demands. (Channels TV)
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