The workers have threatened to continue with the strike till management of the company increases their salaries.
Over 50 workers of the company in January this year, staged a protest at the company’s premises over the failed two year long salary and conditions of service negotiation.
Citi Business News has learnt workers of the company are being paid GHC 600 despite demands for GHC 1,000 at least from employers.
The General Transport, Petroleum and Chemical Worker’s Union petitioned the Labour Commission over the matter.
But the workers say despite being ordered to pay the increment following meetings with the labour commission the company has refused to do so.
By: Vivian Kai Mensah/citifmonline.com/Ghana