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Adeleke Speaks On Sacking 12,000 Workers, Three Monarchs

Adeleke, Adewusi Take Oath As Governor And Deputy Governor Of Osun State

Advertisement Naija News earlier reported that the Spokesperson for the governor, Olawale Rasheed, in a statement released on Monday in Osogbo, the state capital, disclosed that Adeleke sacked 12, 000 workers. The governor’s spokesman said all appointments made in any capacity in all the ministries, departments, agencies, commissions, boards, and …

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Biden Thanks Retail Workers For Hard Work During The Holidays And Vows To Fight For $15 Minimum Wage

Biden on the Fox News lie that his policies cause rising gas prices

President Biden asked Americans to thank retail workers during the holiday season and vowed to continue to fight for a $15/hour minimum wage. Biden’s account tweeted: Supporting working people is how we continue to build the economy from the bottom up and middle out. I will also continue fighting for …

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Lagos: Commercial Bus Drivers To Start Protest Tomorrow, Say Agbero Boys Are Lagos State Workers

Lagos: Commercial Bus Drivers To Start Protest Tomorrow, Say Agbero Boys Are Lagos State Workers

Sequel to their early complaints about extortion by the motor parks and garages management, the leadership of the Joint Drivers Welfare Association of Nigeria (JDWAN) has warned that its members are set to embark on its seven-day boycott of Lagos roads, beginning tomorrow, Monday, October 31, 2022. According to the …

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APC Workers Decry Nonpayment Of Salaries, Say Adamu, NWC Paid Themselves Four Year Allowances

Running Mate: APC North-West Leaders Make Demand, Set To Meet Tinubu

Workers under the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) have come out to decry the nonpayment of their September salaries by the party leadership. Naija News reports that the APC workers claimed in a protest that they haven’t been paid their salaries and that life under the current …

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Forcing workers to turn cameras on for Zoom calls breaches human rights, Court rules

Forcing workers to turn cameras on for Zoom calls breaches human rights, Court rules

A court has ruled that asking employees to constantly keep their webcams on while working remotely, could constitute a human rights violation.   The ruling which happened in the Netherlands comes after an American software company, Chetu, fired a Dutch employee working remotely for refusing to keep his webcam on …

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