FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS: LATE STEPHEN ADDAE (EX-TREASURER)

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS: LATE STEPHEN ADDAE (EX-TREASURER)

Federation of Universities Senior Staff Associations of Ghana, University of Cape Coast Chapter...

PAYMENT OF ELECTRICITY REBATE

PAYMENT OF ELECTRICITY REBATE

The Ministry of Finance has given an approval for the implementation of the mediation report...

UCC STAFF APPRAISAL AND REWARD POLICIES

UCC STAFF APPRAISAL AND REWARD POLICIES

One of the core mandates of every vibrant institution is human capital development resulting in...

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

FUSSAG-UCC wishes to announce to all UCC staff and the general public of the death of Opanin Paul...

SSNIT PENSION COMPUTATION AND TIT-BITS

SSNIT PENSION COMPUTATION AND TIT-BITS

      KEY CHANGES TO OLD SOCIAL SECURITY Reduced number of qualifying...

  • FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS: LATE STEPHEN ADDAE (EX-TREASURER)

    FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS: LATE STEPHEN ADDAE (EX-TREASURER)

    Wednesday, 07 October 2015 11:20
  • PAYMENT OF ELECTRICITY REBATE

    PAYMENT OF ELECTRICITY REBATE

    Wednesday, 07 October 2015 09:16
  • UCC STAFF APPRAISAL AND REWARD POLICIES

    UCC STAFF APPRAISAL AND REWARD POLICIES

    Wednesday, 16 September 2015 12:31
  • FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

    FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

    Tuesday, 15 September 2015 10:22
  • SSNIT PENSION COMPUTATION AND TIT-BITS

    SSNIT PENSION COMPUTATION AND TIT-BITS

    Monday, 07 September 2015 15:43

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    • FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS: LATE STEPHEN ADDAE (EX-TREASURER)

      Federation of Universities Senior Staff Associations of Ghana, University of Cape Coast Chapter (FUSSAG-UCC) wishes to announce to all UCC staff and the general public the final funeral rites of Mr. Stephen Addae (Former Treasurer, FUSSAG-UCC). Mr. Addae was a devoted unionist and served honourably on the Executive Committee Board until his demise. He displayed a high level of maturity and tenacity in the execution of his assignments. May his soul rest in Perfect Peace     Funeral Arrangements is as...

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    • PAYMENT OF ELECTRICITY REBATE

      PAYMENT OF ELECTRICITY REBATEThe Ministry of Finance has given an approval for the implementation of the mediation report signed by Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) and the Federation of Universities Senior Staff Associations of Ghana (FUSSAG) on payment of Electricity Rebate to Senior Staff of Public Universities. A letter was sent to the Auditor General, requesting an audit of claims to enable the Ministry authorise payment. Download the letter here...

    • UCC STAFF APPRAISAL AND REWARD POLICIES

      UCC STAFF APPRAISAL AND REWARD POLICIESOne of the core mandates of every vibrant institution is human capital development resulting in quaility contribution by its workforce. To efficiently manage the workforce, there is the need to appraise and reward performances. At its 86th Meeting held on 25th February, 2015, the University of Cape Coast Governing Council on the recommendation of the Academic Board approved policies on Staff Appraisal, Reward and Recognition.   Click to download  (i) Staff Appraisal Policy  (ii) Staff Reward &...

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    • FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

      FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTFUSSAG-UCC wishes to announce to all UCC staff and the general public of the death of Opanin Paul Kwabena Amponsah, the late father of Sampson Atiako Amponsah (FUSSAG-UCC Secretary) and extend a funeral invitation. Funeral Arrangements is as follows: Lying-in-state: Saturday. 3rd October. 2015 at Osiem, 4:30 am Burial & Final Funeral Rites: Saturday, 3rd October, 2015 at Osiem Thanksgiving Service: Sunday, 4th October, 2015 at Church of Pentecost at 9:00 am                     We express our deepest condolence to our...

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    • SSNIT PENSION COMPUTATION AND TIT-BITS

      SSNIT PENSION COMPUTATION AND TIT-BITS       KEY CHANGES TO OLD SOCIAL SECURITY Reduced number of qualifying years from 20years (240 months) to 15years (180 months). Minimum age for drawing benefits is still 55years. Reduced total amount of contributions to SSNIT. That is, 11% out of the 18.5%. However, 5% of the 18.5% will now go into full private management where you can enjoy lump sum benefits. Employees with fewer than the minimum 15years qualifying years will be entitled to a lump sum benefit but loses out on a monthly pension...

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