The Ghana Hospital Pharmacists Association has once again called on the fair wages and salaries commission to migrate them onto the level agreed on the Single Spine Salaries structure.
The pharmacists insist they will not call off their strike until this is done.
The pharmacists have been on strike for over two weeks now denying sick patients access to drugs from the various hospitals.
The Executive Secretary of GHOSPA, Ernest Owusu Aboagye, in an interview with Citi News
said, “Where the Fair Wages is seeking to replace us was contrary to the existing relativities and their own job re-evaluation scores, there have been an independent job re-evaluation by Price Waterhouse Coopers.”
“Once there is a deadlock, use that to place us.
We deserve something more than 19L but we appreciate the challenge on the wage bill, we are saying that the least, i.e the 19L which is what we deserve give us.”
He added: “We are not going back because the injustice, the unfairness in their position has no bases; they should just come clear and give us what is due us and say that based on the scores this is your due.”