HSWU resumes work today
Health Service Workers Union (HSWU) is expected to fully resume work today after they suspended strike and direct members to return to post.
According to the union, the latest decision by leadership to suspend the strike follows the return to negotiation table with government to address their grievances.
Health Service Workers Union declared strike over worsening conditions of service, demanding payment of fuel, risk accommodation and other allowances.
Speaking to the media General Secretary of Health Service Workers Union Franklin Owusu Ansah said although the union has suspended the strike, they will laid down their tools if government fails to comply with what they agreed on.
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