The Teachers and Education Workers Union (TEWU) has shown its committed to pulling out its services following the failure of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission to agree over improve states of conditions.
As indicated by TEWU, it is unfortunate that for near two years, the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission has not had the option to settle issues on its state of administration, while individuals keep on working under worrying conditions.
It said in an explanation that disappointment by the commission to close dealings on the states of service is uncalled for and in dishonesty.
“Our Universities are required to resume, in January2021, and our individuals will in any case be conveying their work but then they will be working under a state of service which has not been checked for over 12 years”, the statement noted.
“Taking into account the abovementioned, the association’s position is that, disappointment with respect to Fair Wages and Salaries Commission to focus on quickly finishing up arrangement on the new condition of service, for the unionized staff of the state funded colleges, before the start of the academic year, in January 2021, which clearly will accompany added obligation with the admission of the main clump of alumni of the Free Senior High School, the association will advise itself”, it further brought up.
TEWU has since June 2019 been drawing in the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission on the survey of states of service for unionized staff of the state funded colleges, which lapsed as far back as 2008.