At 9am today, Wednesday , 14th July 2021, the National Union of Ghana Students met the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations. Present was Hon Ignatius Baffour Awuah ( Minister ) , Hon Wereko Brobbey ( Deputy Minister ) and other staff members.

Central in our conversations was the recent strike actions and potential strikes from labor groups which threaten the stability of academic activities. The Union charged the Ministry to act more proactively rather than reactionary towards mitigating the impact of strikes from Labor Unions, citing the recent TEWU and Senior Staff Members strikes which left students in dismay as examples.

The Union also proposed partnership with the ministry on its intended National Dialogue on The Future of Jobs, a platform intended to educate the public on the changing nature of job markets and why the youth must adapt to fit in.

As always our resolve remains unbroken to make NUGS Work For You!!

#alutacontinuavictoriaascerta
#deedsnotwords

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At 9am today, Wednesday , 14th July 2021, the National Union of Ghana Students met the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations. Present was Hon Ignatius Baffour Awuah ( Minister ) , Hon Wereko Brobbey ( Deputy Minister ) and other staff members.

Central in our conversations was the recent strike actions and potential strikes from labor groups which threaten the stability of academic activities. The Union charged the Ministry to act more proactively rather than reactionary towards mitigating the impact of strikes from Labor Unions, citing the recent TEWU and Senior Staff Members strikes which left students in dismay as examples.

The Union also proposed partnership with the ministry on its intended National Dialogue on The Future of Jobs, a platform intended to educate the public on the changing nature of job markets and why the youth must adapt to fit in.

As always our resolve remains unbroken to make NUGS Work For You!!

#alutacontinuavictoriaascerta
#deedsnotwords

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At 9am today, Wednesday , 14th July 2021, the National Union of Ghana Students met the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations. Present was Hon Ignatius Baffour Awuah ( Minister ) , Hon Wereko Brobbey ( Deputy Minister ) and other staff members.

Central in our conversations was the recent strike actions and potential strikes from labor groups which threaten the stability of academic activities. The Union charged the Ministry to act more proactively rather than reactionary towards mitigating the impact of strikes from Labor Unions, citing the recent TEWU and Senior Staff Members strikes which left students in dismay as examples.

The Union also proposed partnership with the ministry on its intended National Dialogue on The Future of Jobs, a platform intended to educate the public on the changing nature of job markets and why the youth must adapt to fit in.

As always our resolve remains unbroken to make NUGS Work For You!!

#alutacontinuavictoriaascerta
#deedsnotwords

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At 9am today, Wednesday , 14th July 2021, the National Union of Ghana Students met the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations. Present was Hon Ignatius Baffour Awuah ( Minister ) , Hon Wereko Brobbey ( Deputy Minister ) and other staff members.

Central in our conversations was the recent strike actions and potential strikes from labor groups which threaten the stability of academic activities. The Union charged the Ministry to act more proactively rather than reactionary towards mitigating the impact of strikes from Labor Unions, citing the recent TEWU and Senior Staff Members strikes which left students in dismay as examples.

The Union also proposed partnership with the ministry on its intended National Dialogue on The Future of Jobs, a platform intended to educate the public on the changing nature of job markets and why the youth must adapt to fit in.

As always our resolve remains unbroken to make NUGS Work For You!!

#alutacontinuavictoriaascerta
#deedsnotwords

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At 9am today, Wednesday , 14th July 2021, the National Union of Ghana Students met the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations. Present was Hon Ignatius Baffour Awuah ( Minister ) , Hon Wereko Brobbey ( Deputy Minister ) and other staff members.

Central in our conversations was the recent strike actions and potential strikes from labor groups which threaten the stability of academic activities. The Union charged the Ministry to act more proactively rather than reactionary towards mitigating the impact of strikes from Labor Unions, citing the recent TEWU and Senior Staff Members strikes which left students in dismay as examples.

The Union also proposed partnership with the ministry on its intended National Dialogue on The Future of Jobs, a platform intended to educate the public on the changing nature of job markets and why the youth must adapt to fit in.

As always our resolve remains unbroken to make NUGS Work For You!!

#alutacontinuavictoriaascerta
#deedsnotwords

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