News In: Detailed Breakdown For The Payment of 15% Premium To Staff of Civil & Local Gov’t Services

In line with the Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) reached between Government represented by the Hon. Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Executives of the Civil and Local Government Services Association of Ghana (CLOSAG), approval is given for the payment of a fifteen percent (15%) premium for the 2021 monthly basic salary of staff of Civil […]

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News In: Detailed Breakdown For The Payment of 15% Premium To Staff of Civil & Local Gov’t Services

In line with the Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) reached between Government represented by the Hon. Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Executives of the Civil and Local Government Services Association of Ghana (CLOSAG), approval is given for the payment of a fifteen percent (15%) premium for the 2021 monthly basic salary of staff of Civil […]

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Alternative For Caning : GES List Of Recommended Disciplinary Measures- Check Out

The Ghana Education Service (GES), in 2017 officially banned all forms of corporal punishment meted out to children in schools in Ghana as part of efforts aimed at promoting a safer and more protective learning environment for children. The introduction of toolkit by The Guidance and Counseling Unit offers options for the effective application of […]

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Ghana Audit Service Begins Auditing Payroll Of All GES Teachers; See Documents Teachers Need To Provide -CHECKLIST

The exercise is a general headcount to enable Ghana Audit Service (GAS) do auditing for payroll. Each teacher would be required to present his / her documents in person (no proxy) on dates attached. The following documents would be inspected;1. Payslips April to June 20212. Birth Certificate3. All promotion letters4. First appointment letter5. Assumption of […]

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Just In: Students Are NOT To Be Allowed To Go Home During The Mid-Semester Period– GES

Reference is made to an earlier communication on the above subject matter. Reference is also made to the attached letter from the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service with reference number GHS/DGS/15 which cautions against the mass movement of students due to the recent outbreak of CoviD-19. Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES), therefore, […]

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Mid-term Break: Boarding Students Must Not Be Allowed To Go Home– Ghana Health Service

The Ghana Health Service has cited a recent communication to Regional Directors of Education granting permission to Headmasters/Headmistresses for Form 3 students to go on mid-term holidays. The Ghana Health Service recognizes the importance of occasional breaks from handwork in improving performance and this is important for students especially those in Form 3 as they […]

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Breaking: Teacher commits suicide over hardship

A teacher has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself with a piece of cloth at Tinkong in Akuapem North Municipality in the Eastern Region. The incident occurred Sunday afternoon; July 18, 2021. The body of the deceased identified as John Atta Asamoah Duodu (a twin) alias “O-Level” has been conveyed by the Adawso police to […]

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CONFIRMED: Over 11,000 NABCO recruits to be retained permanently – Finance Minister

Following clearance by the Ministry of Finance for 11,840 staff to be employed permanently to augment their existing staff strength at various Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs), the government has hinted at absorbing more employees National Builders’ Corps (NABCO). Deputy Minister of Finance John Kumah on a Kumasi-based radio station revealed that more of these employees […]

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[Photos]– President Akufo-Addo Commissions National Mosque Complex

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Friday, 16th July 2021, commissioned the National Mosque of Ghana Complex, at a brief ceremony at Nima. The edifice contains a grand mosque which is the second largest in West Africa, an office complex for the National Chief Imam, a clinic fitted with laboratories and […]

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Government grants clearance for 11,840 jobs in Police, Prisons, Immigration, Education Service, others

Government through the Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has granted three Ministries (Ministry of Education, Ministry of Interior and Ministry of National Security) financial clearance to recruit eleven thousand, eight hundred and forty (11,840) staff to augment their existing staff strengths. In six (6) separate letters, four (4) to the Interior Minister (for Police, Fire […]

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