NATIONAL LABOUR COMMISSION
V.
GHANA LEBANON ISLAMIC SEC. SCHOOL

(2009) JELR 63831 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. INDL./10/09 ·  8 Jun 2009 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWABENA ASUMAN-ADU
Core Terms Beta
respondent
applicant
case
petitioners
decision
conflict of interest
decision of the applicant
fair hearing
labour act
relevant documents
lawyers of the respondent
new facts
ruth bobie-ansah
said meeting
said ruth bobie-ansah
court shows
director of the respondent
headmaster of the respondent school
said hearing
14days of the receipt of the letter
alhassan i. omar
available evidence
cases
chairperson of the meeting
copy of the invitation letter
copy of the petition
current application
date of termination
enforcement of the orders of the applicant
favour of the petitioners
following reliefs
former employees of the respondent school
ghana lebanon islamic secondary school
grounds of poor commitment
high court
issue of misconduct
matters of misconduct
national labour commission
open cases
oral evidence
powers of a high court
real likelihood of bias
respect of an application
settling disputes
signing of class attendance sheet
support of their case
teaching appointments
time table

RULING

This ruling is in respect of an application filed by the National Labour Commission (hereinafter referred to as the applicant) against Ghana Lebanon Islamic Secondary School (hereinafter referred to as the respondent) for an order for the enforcement of the orders of the applicant against the respondent under Section 172 of the Labour Act, 2003 (Act 651) and Order 19 of CI 47.

In the Affidavit in Support filed on 19th February 2009, the applicant stated that on 26th June, 2007, three former employees of the respondent school made up of Jamil M. Swedor, Alhassan I. Omar and Zibrim Safianu (hereinafter referred to as petitioners) petitioned the applicant against the respondent for unlawfully terminating their teaching appointments. They demanded the following reliefs from the respondent:

a) The payment of three months salary to each of them

b) The payment of full End of Service Benefit (ESB) to them

c) An order for the respondent to work in accordance with the Labour laws of Ghana.

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