The Countrywide Labour Fee (NLC) has purchased the employees of the Energy Business of Ghana (ECG) to call off their sit-down strike.
The Fee wishes the agitated staff to return to article and ensure that their worries are “properly positioned ahead of the fee for redress.”
Staff of ECG’s Accra East branch on Monday early morning protested in opposition to the Managing Director of the company describing him as incompetent.
The group, comprising junior and senior staff members unions, states Kwame Agyeman Budu’s steady continue to be in business office will collapse the business.
The employees assert the MD has, among other issues, misplaced the company’s priorities foremost to “the unavailability of important products these as meters, service cables conductors, prepaid vending components, routine maintenance supplies, which has prompted delays in connecting and giving customers who have paid for these kinds of companies.”
As component of the protest, items of purple fabric with the inscription ‘ECG Boss Ought to GO’ were being also sighted at the entrance to the VRA making in Accra.
But in a communiqué signed by NLC’s Normal Secretary Ofosu Asamoah, the Fee posited that the workers have not fatigued all signifies in getting their voices heard.
“The Nationwide Union is hereby recommended to make certain that the correct procedures in resolution of the workers’ grievances are adhered to and get in touch with for a halt in the industrial action,” the April 26 letter read through.
Mr Agyeman-Budu has currently rejected the promises produced by the staff members insisting that the company has relatively chalked successes beneath his leadership.
In accordance to him, accusations of lack of extras for vendors are also unfounded mainly because ECG does not procure accessories for suppliers.