Blue Ocean Investments Ltd., the leading bulk distributor of petroleum merchandise in Ghana, has signed a collective bargaining settlement with the Typical Transportation, Petroleum and Chemical Personnel Union (GTPCWU).
The Union is an umbrella physique for oil and gasoline sector workers in the nation.
The arrangement which was signed on Monday, the 11th of August 2020, seeks to govern all labour and remuneration concerns among Blue Ocean Investments and the GTPCWU.
It aims to help forestall any labour unrest involving the company and its workers and to make certain that workers’ interests and needs are protected.
Existing at the temporary but vital ceremony ended up management of Blue Ocean Investments including the Common Manager, Henry Osei, the Deputy General Manager, David Quaye, the People today and Culture Manager, Francis Agyakwa, and other customers of senior management.
The GTPCWU was also represented by its Countrywide Union Chairman, Bernard Owusu, the Common Secretary, Alhaji Fuseini Iddrisu, the Deputy Typical Secretary, Francis Sallah, and the Industrial Relations Officer, Samuel Opoku Asare.
Speaking at the celebration, Henry Osei reiterated the need for industrial harmony to prevail at the labour front to assure peace amongst the firm and its personnel.
“We as a enterprise, we would like to foster convivial doing work relations with our most important property, our workers, to guarantee expansion for us and prosperity for the employees,” he stated.
According to him “it is consequently significant that this collective bargaining settlement and the phrases herein stipulated have been acknowledged by both of those parties and our signatures appended to it to guideline our collective engagement heading forward.”
The Basic Manager and senior management of Blue Ocean Investments also thanked the leadership of GTPCWU for showing good religion and allowing for amazing heads to prevail all over the negotiation section of the agreement.
On his section, Bernard Owusu expressed gratitude to Blue Ocean Investments for making sure that the passions of its employees are well served through the signing of the collective bargaining agreement.
He is hopeful that the faith demonstrated by Blue Ocean Investments will be emulated by all nicely-meaning company companies.