The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Thursday resumed official business activities as its staff union called off the weeklong strike over non-payment of entitlements by the management.
The offices of the commission at its corporate headquarters, Abuja, officially opened for customers and staff to carry out daily business transactions.
The Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) CAC Chapter, embarked on a warning strike over alleged non-payment of salary arrears on July 17.
During the dispute, the union blocked the premises of the commission, preventing its top management staff from accessing their offices.
The strike was called off on the order of the National Industrial Arbitration Court, Abuja, on July 26.
The court ordered AUCPTRE to unblock the premises, to allow staff and business activities resume.
The strike, which started on July 17, lasted for eight working days.
According to NAN’s report, Ibrahim Kirfi, the Chairman, Staff Union CAC, confirmed that the strike had been called off.
Frontpage December 5, 2019