THE leadership of the Local Government Workers’ Union (LGWU) has added its voice to the current brawl which rocked the payment of the 2nd Tier Occupational Pension Scheme fund resulting in indefinite strike by public sector workers in the country.
WITH stress costing the UK economy £6.5bn, it is undeniable that this is one of the biggest health related priorities facing businesses. The British Safety Council is lending its voice to this important issue, as well asking workplaces to give due attention to occupational health overall. Alex Botha, Chief Executive of the British Safety Council, […]
It’s one of the most important numbers in economics, but is GDP a good measure of our economic recovery? FOR the first time this year, the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) will release data on our economic well-being, giving us a better idea of how the recovery has impacted ordinary Britons.
TWO Ghanaian entrepreneurs, Kwame Acheampong and Elkin Pianim, through their online platform Mogoogi, have sealed a deal with premium British brand Austin Reed.
A Ghanaian research and background investigative company, FAKS Investigative Services, has started its annual survey on the performance of Ministers and Members of Parliament. This year’s survey which is the 3rd edition took off on September 30 and is expected to be completed by December 31, 2014. The outcome of the survey would be made public […]
LAST week I talked to a graduate who had just started working for one of the most prestigious employers in the world. How’s it going, I asked him.
More than 13,000 Ford employees in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Malawi, Mozambique and Angola will put down tools and dedicate their time to make a difference n their communities.
University teachers are expected to hold a crunch meeting with government today to insist that the book and research allowance be maintained as a condition to end a protracted strike lasting over a month. “We expect that the [book and research allowance] should not be scrapped and should co-exist with the national research fund”, General Secretary […]
Huge inroads will be made into graduate unemployment if universities begin to trace their students into the world of work to understand whether the skills they have acquired are relevant to their jobs, Prof. Clement K. Dzidonu, president of the Accra Institute of Technology, has said. He proposed that a mandatory annual “trace-your-graduates” study be […]