Salaries GES staff asked to submit validation forms for payment of arrears

A statement from the Public Affairs Department of the Commission said the filled validation forms or requested information should reach the headquarters of the GES, latest by Friday, October, 23.

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George-Smith-Graham, CEO of the Fair Wages and Salary Commission play

George-Smith-Graham, CEO of the Fair Wages and Salary Commission

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The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) has urged all staff of Ghana Education Service (GES) whose validation forms have not been certified  to submit them with all the requested information.

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A statement from the Public Affairs Department of the Commission said the filled validation forms or requested information should reach the headquarters of the GES, latest by Friday, October, 23.

 

According to the FWSC, the move is to enable the Audit Service to validate the application forms for the payment of salary arrears.

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The Commission has warned that workers who fail to comply would have their salary arrears forfeited and their names deleted from the payroll.

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