- 25 employees of TV3 Network have been sacked by the company
- The sacked workers were allegedly given two months' salary in lieu of the notice
- This contradicts existing labour laws which require that affected workers should be given three months' salary in lieu of notice
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the Media General Group, owners of TV3 Network, has sacked 25 workers of the television station.
According to a report by MyNewsGH.com, this formed part of the latest retrenchment exercise carried out by the company.
It has been confirmed that the affected staff started receiving their dismissal letters from Friday, October 26, 2018.
YEN.com.gh understands that senior officials such as the Station Head of 3FM, Ackah Kwarteng, have been affected by the decision.
Some staff of Onua FM, as well as the marketing department of the company, are also facing the sack, and have been given letters to that effect.
The affected staff, have allegedly been given two months’ salary in lieu of notice, in contravention to labour laws which stipulate that three months’ salary should be given in such a situation.
In August 2017, a similar incident occurred in which over 100 workers lost their jobs.
The dismissed workers were made up of 40 management-level employers and 60 junior workers.
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