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CETAG calls for annual leave in a communique
The Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) has released a communique stating that all members will go on annual leave.
According to the official release, the National President and his Secretary, said,
“Leadership, in consultation with our advisors, wishes to communicate to all our members across the 46 public colleges of education that it has become necessary for every member to take his/her mandatory annual leave of twenty-eight (28) working days starting from “1st September 2022 to 10 October 2022.”
“The decision is in line with section 10.1.6: page 74-75 of the Harmonised Conditions of Service for the Colleges of Education, which guarantee a mandatory twenty-eight (28) working days annual leave for all academic staff.
“Additionally, the decision to take the mandatory annual leave is also supported by sections20(1) & 31 of the Labour Act, 2003 (Act 651). We wish to indicate that the purpose for proceeding on the mandatory annual leave is to ensure that members take adequate off-season rest to safeguard their health and improve productivity after the leave.
“Furthermore, leadership wants to assure members that within the twenty-eight (28) working days of annual leave, it shall avail herself for any engagement that the FWSC would initiate to bring finality to the 2021 CoS negotiations.
Finally, CETAG wishes to request each local chairperson to print and serve a copy of their communiqué to their Principal and ensure that members comply with the decision the association has taken.