The Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment has rescheduled the meeting earlier slated for 13th April 2021, with the Leadership of the Nigerian Bar Association in a bid to resolve the ongoing industrial action embarked upon by members of the Judiciary Union Staff of Nigeria (JUSUN) and Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigerian (PASAN).
The rescheduled letter with reference No. ML.IB/155/II/65 dated 13th April, 2021 addressed the NBA was signed by the Director, Trade Union Service & Industrial Relations Mrs. O.U. Akpan at the Ministry and sighted by THENIGERIALAYWER on 19th April 2021.
The meeting is rescheduled to hold on Tuesday 20th April, 2021 at the Hon. Minister’s Conference Room 2nd floor, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment Secretariat Phase 1, Abuja.
The meeting will have in attendance the Hon. Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige and Leaders of the Nigerian Bar Association.
THENIGERIALAYWER earlier reported that members of the Nigeria Bar Association led by its President Mr. Olumide Apkata embarked on a peaceful protest at the National Assembly Complex in show solidarity on the strike embarked upon by the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) to press home the implementation of Financial Autonomy for the Judiciary by the State Governors.
- General overview of the Nigerian Employees Compensation Scheme
- Procedure for accessing Compensation under the Scheme
- Compensation for Death, Injury and Diseases
- Compensation for Mental Stress