Labour Expert Affirms Legality of CETAG Strike, Calls for Employer Compliance

by Louisa Afful
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Labour expert Austin Gamey has affirmed the legality of the strike by the Colleges of Education Teachers Association (CETAG). In an interview with labour correspondent Daniel Opoku, Gamey urged the employer to comply with the National Labour Commission’s ruling to address CETAG’s grievances.

Gamey expressed concern over the employer’s refusal to follow the Commission’s directive. “The workers are exhausted, and this strike is legal. The Commission should enforce the ruling or direct the employer to implement the decision,” he said.

He refuted claims that CETAG has taken a rigid stance. “CETAG has not taken an entrenched position. They engaged their employer in negotiations and underwent compulsory arbitration with the Labour Commission. The employer must implement the Commission’s order,” Gamey explained.

Professor Atintono, President of the Principals of Colleges of Education, lamented the strike’s impact on academics. “Just one week after reopening, lectures are halted, but students are doing independent studies,” he not

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