The Ghana Education Service (GES), the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department (CAGD), the Public Services Commission (PSC) and the ministry of finance are working to eliminate delays in the process of paying salaries of teachers.
Peacefmonline.com reports that a series of meetings have been held to deal with the challenge, which has plagued the profession for so long.
YEN.com.gh understands that 9,619 newly recruited GES staff under the double track educational system, who started work in November 2018, are yet to receive their salaries.
The Director-General of the GES, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, disclosed that an additional 22,701 staff of the service who were promoted in 2018, were also yet to be placed on their right salary scales.
He assured those affected that the GES was working fervently with all stakeholders to ensure that all outstanding salaries and related arrears were paid in due course.
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