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PMMC urged to address concerns raised by workers

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The Ghana Mine Workers Union and the Precious Mineral Marketing Company have been discussing concerns raised by the workers in relation to policy infractions about their recruitment and promotions.
 
The discussions follow a petition received by workers of the Precious Minerals Marketing Company Limited last Thursday.
 
A statement jointly signed by the Managing Director of PMMC, Kwadwo Opare Hammond and General Secretary of Ghana Mine Workers Union, Prince William Ankrah said the matters raised by the workers are already receiving attention by the Board.
 
The statement said there are communication gaps between management and workers which largely contributed to the unfortunate impasse.
Therefore the statement directed that all workers are to return to work and that the parties shall work together to improve and deepen communication within the Organisation.
 
To this end, Management as an immediate response to the gaps in communication, shall set up an Employee Satisfaction Unit under the framework of the Whistle Blower Act, 2006, to complement the existing communication channels in the company.
 

 The statement also asked management to work assiduously to address all the concerns raised by the workers.

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