Just In: Controller Finally Explains Why 4% Salary Arrears Was Not Paid And Gives Date For Payment

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The Controller and Accountant General’s Department has finally Explained Why 4% Salary Arrears was not paid and gives date for payment.

The last two (2) months” arrears of the 4% salary increment for 2021 was expected to be paid as part of salaries for December 2021.

While this has been processed for all Public Servants on the Controller and Accountant General’s payroll, only 40% of Ghana Education Service Staff and 20% of Ghana Health Service Staff were paid the afore-mentioned arrears.

This was due to a system performance hitch that was goingg to unduly delay the payment of December salaries tor the entire Public Servants beyond the scheduled pay date.

In consultation with relevant stakeholders, a decision was taken to truncate the processing of arrears for the 2 Institutions.

This was to enable the Controller and Accountant-General paythe affected staff their basic salaries and allowances on the scheduled date.

This decision was taken to avert the possibility of delaying the payment of the entire December salaries and its impact on the festive season.

The Controller and Accountant-General wish to assure all the affected workers that their last 2 months’ arrears resulting from the 4% salary increase will be added to their January salary in 2022.

Any inconvenience caused by this action is very much regretted.

Source: Frichynews.com

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