Social Security Board and Christian Workers Union Reach Agreement on Inspector Transfers
The Social Security Board and the Christian Workers Union have finally reached an agreement as it relates to fair play in transfers of SSB inspectors. At the start of this year, we broke the story of the go-slow that the inspectors countrywide had engaged in, after the SSB administration failed to comply with the transfer regulations. President of the CWU told Love News today that the two parties have come to a compromise.
The main issue behind the January 2 protest by the SSB inspectors, and the subsequent letters of discipline, is a situation where an SSB inspector remained at the same post for nine years. Flowers stressed that the SSB’s policy indicates that transfers should be done after three years.