A union wishing to obtain a wage certificate must apply to the Chief Labour Officer for a certificate attesting that the union is designated as a representative to negotiate with the employers of the workers on behalf of the class of workers listed in the collective agreement. There is no explicit provision in the Labour Act on the maximum duration of the probation period. The labour law covers a “predetermined reasonable period of time”. Probationary periods and probation conditions are usually set out in collective agreements. If an employment contract requires conditional release for the hiring of an employee, the employment contract must set the duration of the probation period for the worker. Sources: § 66 (b) &98 (d) of the Labour Act 2003 (Act 651); Regulation 5 of the Labour Code 2007 (LI 1833). 2. If the insulting employee has received two previous warnings in the last twelve (12) consecutive months, his appointment may, after receiving a third written warning, terminate his appointment, notwithstanding the points mentioned in this agreement. Can a tariff certificate be issued for more than one union for the same class of workers? This Agreement shall apply for a period of twenty-four (24) months of (TT/MM/YY) BIS (TT/MM/YY). After twenty-two (22) months, either Party to this Agreement may at any time announce in writing the other Party within a period of two (2) months and express its wish that this Agreement continue for a further period to be agreed between the Parties, or its intention to terminate the Agreement. In the latter case, both Parties shall enter into negotiations on the terms of an ongoing agreement, but until a new agreement is signed and the date of entry into force of the agreement has been agreed, this Agreement shall remain in force if the matter is not resolved after Stage II above; Either Party may convene the Standing Joint Negotiating Committee with a view to reaching an agreement and seeking an agreement. The GEA was established in 1959 to propose a collective approach to labour relations, defend and promote the interests of its members in their relations with the social partners and promote good labour relations in Ghana. In accordance with its statutes, the GEA shall collect from its members statistical and other data necessary for the study of wage structures and conditions of employment in Ghana and draw the attention of its members to labour laws, directives and regulations that concern them.
The GEA also aims to promote its members` interest in organizations and government. As the leading employers` organisation in Ghana, it represents employers in all national commissions and bodies where employer involvement is required, such as NTC, Private Enterprise Foundation, University of Ghana Counselling and Training Centre, National Accreditation Board, NACL, NVTI, SSNIT Board, Ghana Education Trust Fund, Board of the Institute of Professional Studies, National Technical Examination Committee, Ghana AIDS Commission, IPEC Steering Committee, GSS, National Institutional Renewal Programme, Board of MDPI, Advisory Board of the School Of Administration, Legon, National Board for Professional and Technical Examination, National Trade Testing Committee. She also represents employers in international organizations such as the ILO and the International Organization of Employers. Yes.