BREAKING: Tinubu Holds Talks With labour Minimum Wage

The Federal Government is on the verge of agreeing on a new national minimum wage as President Bola Tinubu has invited the organised labour consisting of the Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress to a meeting at the Aso Villa on

BREAKING: Nigerian Labour Rejects N60,000 New Minimum Wage Offer

The Organised Labour has rejected a fresh minimum wage proposal by the Nigerian Government. Channels Television reports that the Organised Labour, comprising the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, and the Trade Union Congress, TUC, rejected the offer of the Federal Government to pay N60,000

BREAKING: No! We Can No Longer Negotiate With FG On Minimum Wage – Organised Labour

Organised Labour on Wednesday pulled out of the ongoing minimum wage negotiations with the Federal Government. The development came after the FG and the Organized Private Sector, OPS, made an offer of N48,000 and N54,000 wage respectively. The organized labour described the offer

Fed Govt Will Standardise Nation’s Working Environment For Workers – Labour Minister

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Nkeiruka Onyejeocha has said that the federal government is focused on standardising the nation’s work environment for improved safe and healthy workplaces, and higher productivity. She stated this while inspecting ongoing work at the Headquarters of the

Nationwide Strike Enters Second Day, As NLC Vows It Will Be More Seriously Enforced

– Imo Workers Also Joined Yesterday, As Students Were Sent Home Following massive Compliance of its directive by the workers, the organised labour has expressed satisfaction in the ongoing strike declared by the two Trade Union Congress of Nigeria and Nigeria Labour Congress.

JUST IN: Anxiety As Angry Workers Lock Minister Of Works, Umahi Inside His Office For High-Handedness, Tyranny

Angry workers at the Ministry of Works declared war on the Minister of Works, Dave Umahi as they confined in his office on Thursday, September 28. The protesting staff accused Umahi of high-handedness and tyrannical, accusing him of barring staff who were late

Labour Rejects Plan To Allow Negotiation Of Wage By States

• House Bill to remove workers pay from Exclusive List passes second reading Labour has kicked against the bid by federal lawmakers to decentralise minimum wage negotiation. The House of Representatives bill seeking to remove fixing and negotiation on minimum wage from the