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casualisation
90% of hotel workers are casuals
June 17th, 2017
Fightback for Job Security! The National Union of Hotel and Personal Services Employees (NUHPSE) recently cried out that 9 out of every 10 employees in hotels are casual workers. This
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arrears
Wave of Protests by Delta LGA Workers
June 17th, 2017
Local Government Council workers in Delta state organised a series of protest rallies against Governor Ifeanyi Okowa in May, demanding the payment of a year arrears of salaries. They first
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AUTOBATE
Galba Workers 2-Week Strike
June 17th, 2017
Struggle for 19 months unpaid salaries continues For two weeks, workers of Galba Nigeria Limited, based in Port Harcourt occupied the premises of the company in a strike action lasting
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anti-demolition
FIWON commences fightback against demolitions
June 17th, 2017
The Federation of Informal Workers of Nigeria (FIWON) on May 30th and 31st convened meetings of all demolished and threatened work-places and settlements. The meeting on 30th was with workers
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arrears
Delta LGA workers demand 13 months salaries
May 18th, 2017
Set to disrupt Governor Okowa’s town hall meetings Need for unity of unions – and strike movement   Workers in the Local Government Areas of Delta state are set for
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anger
May Day 2017: Workers Rose in Anger!
May 2nd, 2017
This year’s commemoration of the May Day celebration took place on Monday 1st May 2017 at the Eagle Square, will for long be remembered as a day the Nigerian workers
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Aborisade
NLC/TUC 2017 pre-May Day symposium
May 2nd, 2017
May Day has become synonymous with the history of struggles of the labouring wage earners in the world economy controlled by big property owners, who, owning the means of production
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ASUU
Renewed Workers’ Resistance in Universities
March 25th, 2017
The stage appears set for renewed struggle in the ivory towers. The Academic Staff of Universities Union (ASUU) issued a 14-day ultimatum on March 14 at Akure. Meanwhile, branches of