Health News Wed, 12 Oct 2011

GRNA vows to resist any distortion of grade levels

Kumasi, Oct 12, GNA - The Ghana Registered Nurses Association (GRNA) has vowed to resist any distortion of 93grade levels" released by the Fa= ir Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC).

They are also calling on the Commission to ensure that its members are migrated onto the Single Spine Salary Structure (SSSS) by the end of October. These are contained in a communiqu=E9 issued at the end of an emergenc= y meeting of the Association's National Council in Kumasi and signed by the President, Mrs Alice Darkoa Asare-Allotey.

It asked the appellate body of the FWSC to meet them on or before November 15 to resolve all concerns they raised at 93Dodowa." The GRNA assured the public that their members were not on strike and dissociated the association from any such act either in 93force or intende= d." It asked striking rotation nurses to resume their clinical internship with immediate effect since all their grievances were being addressed.

Source: GNA