Management of G7 Security Systems has denied allegations that it failed to pay the salaries of its workers at the Kumasi Airport.
The workers, who embarked on a strike in protest, also accused the employers of failing to pay their Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) contributions.
The company however says the claims, as raised by the workers who laid down their tools over the non-payment of their three-month salary arrears, are false.
It stated that although salaries for February and March 2021 delayed, the workers have received payments, with plans far advanced to credit their accounts for April’s salary by the first week of May 2021.
“Our attention has been drawn to a media publication by your outfit that we have not paid our security guards salaries at the Ghana Airport Company Limited, Kumasi (GACL) for three months running. We wish to state that it is untrue. We have had a delay of payment of salaries for February and March 2021 calendars.”
“However, as at the time of writing this report, on our records of accounts, all guards who have worked at GACL have been fully paid, and we do not owe any salaries at the airport except the salary of April 2021, and we are working towards paying them by the first week of May 2021 as our monthly salary calendar falls due”, G7 security said in a statement.
The company also termed as an “exaggeration” claims that the SSNIT contributions of the workers have not been paid.
Adding that “we are in good standing with SSNIT and have paid our validated payment’s advice as of March 2021.”
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