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General News
NLC Asks NAGRAT To Go To Court 1/8/2007
By Salifu Abdul-Rahaman
Monday, 08 January 2007
THE chairman of the National Labour Commission (NLC), Joseph Aryitey, has challenged the leadership of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) to expedite action on its decision to seek the Supreme Court’s interpretation of some provisions in the Labour Act 651 in respect to the issuance of bargaining certificates.

This, he noted, will put to rest on the issue of who is eligible for a bargaining certificate.

Mr. Aryitey was responding yesterday to a question posed to him by Mr. Kwami Alorvi, president of NAGRAT, during question time at a panel


 
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