FG inaugurates C’ttee on salary adjustment

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The federal government has inaugurated a ten-member committee to negotiate the consequential adjustment in Salaries.

Inaugurating the committee in Abuja, the secretary to the government of the federation, Mr Boss Mustapha said the federal government was committed to the welfare and wellbeing of Workers.

The SGF gave the mandate of the committee to negotiate the consequential adjustment in salaries arising from the New national minimum wage, to include amicably consider the issue of relativity with thoroughness and consider the welfare of the nation’s workforce in line with economic realities.

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The Head of the civil service of the Federation and Chairman of the committee, Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita believed that a robust welfare package would promote productivity and service delivery.

The Acting chairman of the joint National public services negotiating council, Comrade Simon Anchaver attended the inauguration.

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It would be recalled that the National minimum wage was last reviewed in 2011. The committee has four weeks to submit its report.

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