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New Chief Justice must develop our skills – JUSSAG

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) is calling on the Chief Justice nominee, Justice Sophia Akuffo to prioritise skills development of judicial staff across the country. According to the President of JUSSAG, Alex Nartey, this will improve the efficiency of its members. “The judicial service has been able to do much in terms of staff training and retraining ...

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Consult us before nominating new CJ – JUSSAG tells Nana Addo

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) wants the President to consult it before nominating a new Chief Justice, although that is not a constitutional requirement. The President of JUSSAG Alex Nartey, in an interview on Eyewitness News, said his Association’s input in the matter is not to be taken for granted, given the role of judicial staff in the ...

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JUSSAG partly to blame for allowance dispute – Labour Commission

The National Labour Commission (NLC) is blaming the leadership of the Judicial Services Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) for the unresolved issues over the payment of their outstanding allowances. The NLC Executive Secretary, Adongo Bawa Duah, explained to Citi News that the leadership of JUSSAG did not pursue all the possible avenues at the commission with respect to their grievances. “The leaders of ...

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We’ll negotiate with JUSSAG to prevent strike – Minister

Government is expected to hold a crucial meeting with various stakeholders of the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) to resolve issues regarding allowances of JUSSAG staff. The upcoming meeting follows JUSSAG’s threat to embark on a strike over the non-payment of their outstanding allowances. In a letter signed by the JUSSAG, President Alex Nartey, and addressed to the ...

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JUSSAG threatens strike over outstanding allowances

The Judicial Services Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) has served notice it would resort to industrial action to claim outstanding allowances should government fail to clear the arrears this month. In a letter signed by the JUSSAG, President Alex Nartey, and addressed to the Judicial Secretary, the Association said its members are economically constrained as a result of government’s failure ...

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JUSSAG gives Gov’t till October 31 to address salary concerns

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) has given government until the end of October 2016 to correct perceived anomalies identified in its renegotiated pay structure or face a strike. Friday, October 21 marked the expiration of an earlier ultimatum over JUSSAG’s market premium. However, the union is dissatisfied with some conditions in their negotiation documents and has asked the ...

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