Staff of the Transmission Company of Nigeria on Monday foiled an attempt by officials of Trade Union Congress to picket the headquarters of the company following alleged unresolved labour matters.
The Trade Union Congress and the United Labour Congress on Monday in Kaduna clashed over the former’s attempt to picket the Mando office of the Transmission Company of Nigeria.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria has raised the alarm over the planned picketing of its headquarters by the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria.
The Rivers State Government on Wednesday announced the lifting of the ban on promotions of workers in the state civil service.
The Organised Labour Movement has urged the Federal Government to remedy the huge salary disparity in core civil service as compared to other Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria says plans by the Bayelsa House of Assembly to place themselves, state Governor and Deputy Governor on life pension is fraudulent and will be resisted.
The Nigeria Labour Congress says the new minimum wage was the best gift from the government, urging state governors to support policies aimed at improving workers well-being.
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for signing the bill approving N30,000 as the new national minimum wage into law.
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria has described the postponement of the general elections as pathetic and worrisome.
As the National Assembly began public hearing on the new National Minimum Wage Bill, Nasir Kolawole-Olumoh, Kwara Chairman, Trade Union Congress, has condemned the disparity between Federal and States’ workers.
Organised labour on Tuesday rejected the N27,000 new National Minimum Wage recommended by the National Council of State, insisting on the N30,000 proposed by the Tripartite Committee on the new salary.
The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria has rejected “outrightly” the new National Minimum Wage of N27,000 recommended by the National Council of State.
The Organised Labour in Bayelsa has commended the approval of N30,000 minimum wage for federal workers and N27,000 for the states by the National Council of State.
Dr. Kabiru Zubair, the NMA Chairman commended the governor for living up to expectations while speaking in Lokoja.
Onuegbu made the assertion while speaking at the opening of the Rivers Correspondents’ Chapel Week in Port Harcourt on Monday.
Olumoh, who gave the charge in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in llorin on Monday, said this would enable the governors save funds to pay the N30, 000 minimum wage.
The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that the court had on November 2 restrained the organised labour from proceeding on the nationwide strike scheduled for November 6, over new national minimum wage.
Ayuba Wabba, President, Nigeria Labour Congress President, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja.
Ortom stated this on Tuesday in Makurdi, when members of Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress and other sister unions visited him to register their support for the upward review of wages.
Ayuba Wabba, President, Nigeria Labour Congress, said this at a protest rally tagged: ‘National Day of Mourning and Outrage’ organised by NLC, Trade Union Congress and the United Labour Congress on Tuesday in Abuja.