Monday News Notes Sep 8, 2008

Monday News Notes Sep 8, 2008 - th The government is trying...

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[email protected] – GEA3600 FALL 2008 September 8, 2008 Monday News Notes: Nigerian Medical Unions on Strike In Nigeria, medical field unions are threatening to go on a strike on September 30, 2008 because the federal government is not paying monetization arrears. They unions announced that if they got what is owed to them, they will not issue another strike notice by September 30
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Unformatted text preview: th . The government is trying to issue fast-payments to these workers to stop the strike from happening 3 weeks from now. The unions are also demanding the renewal of important departments that have been outsourced in the past. This is a very serious issue because if these unions go on strike, a lot of lives will be at risk and it will surely be considered a disaster if the strike lasts long enough....
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  • Fall '08
  • Trade union, Federal government of the United States, Strike action, Lockout, igerian Medical Unions, medical field unions

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