The Convention Peoples Party (CPP) has advised Ghanaian workers not to look out for the money and pecks they stand to make, but get training that will make them competitive in today’s global job market.
A statement issued and signed by the Party’s General Secretary, James Kwabena Bomfeh saluting Ghanaian workers on Workers day, read in part that ‘’workers must not only be concerned with the material gains of salary increases or bonuses but they must also seek training and retraining to add to their knowledge and skills to compete better in today’s ever competitive job market’’.
The statement added that ‘’in saluting workers, the CPP desires to see government working to the interest of Ghanaian workers especially in budgeting, signing contracts and enforcing the Labour Law. Government owes that duty to the workers and citizenry at large to ensure a harmonious relationship among our people especially from the bullying hands of some expatriate employers’’.
Read the full statement below: