JUSSAG Judicial service workers call off indefinite strike

The Judicial Service workers had declared an indefinite strike over the failure of government to implement the consolidation of their salaries beginning the 1st of April 2016.

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Judicial service workers threaten another strike

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The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) has called off its nationwide strike following a crunch meeting with officials from the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

The Judicial Service workers had declared an indefinite strike over the failure of government to implement the consolidation of their salaries beginning the 1st of April 2016.

Their decision followed a one month ultimatum given to government at the beginning to ensure their demands were met.

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Hundreds of litigants across the country were on Friday left stranded at the various courts following the withdrawal of services by the staff of JUSAG.

But in a meeting with the Labour and Employment Ministry on Friday, the judicial service workers agreed that they will resume operations on Monday, after assurance by the labour minister Haruna Iddrisu to address their concerns.

“Under the circumstance I should have a firm understanding and belief subsequent to our discussions since last night and today that I am confident and hopeful that Monday there should be a full restoration of the administration of justice running and running efficiently and effectively in our country with both management and directors and all levels of judicial staff at post,” Mr Haruna Iddrisu added.

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