Ex-workers of defunct UT and Capital Banks are scheduled to have a meeting with the management of GCB Bank over the termination of their contracts.
Overall, 56 ex-staff of the banks were affected after the GCB Bank said they did not possess the minimum qualification required to work with the bank.
Speaking in an interview with Citi News, spokesperson for the ex-staff, Raymond Addai Danquah, said the termination of their contracts was unlawful adding that the affected staff went home without any concrete reasons.
Although the workers have threatened to petition President Akufo-Addo and the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Mr Danquah said the outcome of the meeting will ultimately inform their next move.
The spokesperson for the group subsequently called on the management of the GCB to as a matter of urgency compensate and also re-instate all affected.
“First of all, we need to have mediation with GCB. So after the mediation with management, we will know our next line of action because it could be that at the meeting, issues will trashed out. So for us we just want to give them the benefit of the doubt and wait for them to communicate when the meeting is done. When that is done, we will know the next line of action.”
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