- 36 former employees of the GCB Bank have formally lodged a complaint with Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
- According to them they were unfairly dismissed by the bank and therefore deserve compensation
- They added that the want CHRAJ to officially declare that they were unfairly fired by the bank
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that 36 former employees of the GCB Bank have lodged a complaint with the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
The aggrieved former workers are accusing the bank of wrongfully and unfairly dismissing them.
In that respect, they have called on CHRAJ to declare that they were unfairly sacked by the bank.
The group also noted that they ought to be compensated by GCB Bank for the unjust treatment meted to them.
The 36 people form part of a group of 164 who were absorbed by GCB Bank into its workforce after the collapse of the Capital and UT banks in August 2017.
YEN.com.gh understands that their appointments were terminated after investigations were conducted into the Senior High School (SHS) certificates of staff appointed after the absorption of the collapsed banks.
Per a graphic.com.gh report, the affected workers revealed that the bank has failed to respond to invitations to meetings called to resolve issues.
In another report, political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A Plus, has alleged that the Bank of Ghana wants to destroy new currency notes which were printed during the Mahama-led NDC government.
In a post on Facebook, a social media platform, he noted that some of the notes are brand new and are in contained yet to be cleared from the ports.
A Plus added that the Bank of Ghana has already spent a week destroying new cedi notes printed by the previous government and intend to destroy more of them.
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