Agambire’s RLG boils as management force workers to resign

Agambire’s RLG boils as management force workers to resign

- Workers of Roland Agambire's RLG, are waging war against management for wrongful termination of their appointments

- They claim the company has refused to pay their salaries and SSNIT contributions for the past two years

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There is grave tension currently brewing at a technology company, RLG as management have threatened to dismiss hundreds of workers if they do not tender in their resignation letters in few weeks.

Agambire’s RLG boils as management force workers to resign

Roland Agambire, CEO of Agams Holdings and founder of Rlg

There workers are also said to be up in arms against company directors over their deafening silence on their GHC500 monthly salary which has been in arrears for two years now.

RLG, a subsidiary of the Agams Holding Limited, has been having some challenges within the past few years following some alleged fraudulent contracts with the past NDC administration.

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According to the aggrieved workers, about four days ago, management of the company served notice the company can no longer continue with its operations. Therefore presented them pre-mature termination letters forcing them to sign.

This according to some of the workers did not go down well with them, therefore refused to sign the letters. But management of the company issued series of threat they will still go ahead and terminate their appointments even though they did not sign the document.

Some of the terrified workers, who spoke to the media in an interview today revealed that, apart from the non-payment of their two years salaries, the company has also refused to pay their mandatory SSNIT contributions. Though they were being deducted every month.

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The workers are therefore calling on the appropriate state institutions to intervene to avoid possible clashes between the company directors and thee aggrieved workers.

Meanwhile, Human Resource of the company and all other managers have remained tight lipped on the matter as they have refused to give speak to the media.

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