BARCLAYS BANK GH. LTD.
V.
IVAN YELIPOIE

(2012) JELR 65537 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  CIVIL APPEAL: SUIT NO: H1/86/2011 ·  13 Dec 2012 ·  Ghana
CORAM
MARIAMA OWUSU J.A. (PRESIDING), K. A. ACQUAYE J.A., MERCY A.DORDZIE J.A.
Core Terms Beta
respondent
section
counsel
national labour commission
worker
labour act
officer of a trade union
court of appeal rules
cause of action
justice of appeal
notice of appeal
unfair labour practices
contractual relationship
date of receipt of this decision
earnings of the petitioner
fenuku vs. john teye
preliminary legal issues
provisions of act
right of appeal
subject matter
above submissions
appellant argued grounds
appellant bank
appellant's letter
appellant's submission
appropriate order
blyth vs. blyth
brief background of this case
collective bargaining agreement
contract of employment
directive of the national labour commission
english cases
establishing statute
following cases
following grounds
group of workers
justice k. a. acquaye
justice mariama owusu
justice mercy a. dordzie
mariama owusu j.a.
order of this court
petition of the petitioner
provision of this section
purposes of emphasis
retroactive application of the labour act
retrospective application of the labour act
supreme court case
unfair treatment
vie trade unions activičies

MARIAMA OWUSU J.A.:

On 29-6-2009, the National labour Commission upheld the Petition of the Petitioner/Respondent when it ruled that;

"In the result, the Respondent's decision to demote and reduce the earnings of the Petitioner is flawed. The petition for that matter is upheld. Accordingly, the Respondent is ordered to restore the petitioner to his original status of supervisor grade two or its equivalent. In addition to this, the Respondent is ordered to meet the following:

a. Difference in Petitioner's salary from January 2002 to date; and

b. Any other accrued benefits from January 2002 to date.

The Respondent is hereby ordered to comply with this decision not later than fourteen (14) days from the date of receipt of this decision”.

Dissatisfied with the decision, the Respondent appealed to this court on the following grounds;

1. The decision is against the weight of the evidence.

2. The National Labour Commission had no jurisdiction to have determined the petition.

3. Additional or other gr…

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