The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has temporarily suspended the payment of certain allowances to the CEO, Deputy CEOs, the Board members and some high-level staff pending a review of their Conditions of Service.

In an internal memo issued by management to all staff following a Board meeting held on 22 September, the YEA also said it is forthwith revoking the appointments of all staff who have been in acting position for more than a year.

Below are details of the memo:

Management wishes to bring to the attention of all staff that, at the Agency’s Board Meeting held on 22nd September, 2017 the following resolutions/decisions were made and all staff are to take note and comply accordingly:

 The provisions in the Conditions of Service pertaining to the payment of allowances to the Board Members, CEO, Deputy CEOs and all staff in the category of levels 8 – 13 have been suspended temporarily for review.

 That in view of the financial constraints, Management is directed to take steps to pay allowances due staff from June, 2017 to September, 2017.

 That all appointments made by Management are ratified.

 That all officers in acting positions for more than one (1) year are with immediate effect revoked.

 That Management is directed to conduct an HR Audit of the Human Resources of the Agency.

 That Management conducts a head count of all Beneficiaries on all modules.

 That Management undertakes a comprehensive verification of the number of Beneficiaries under the sanitation module

 That the restructuring exercise initiated by Management is ratified and Management should ensure that all due processes are followed.

Management is taking steps to ensure the effective implementation of the above directives.

Counting on your cooperation

Source: Ghana/

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