NYSC Director-General Warns Employers Against Corps Members Workload
Brig-Gen Shu’aibu Ibrahim, the Director-General, National Youth Service Corp, NYSC, has warned employers of maltreating Corp members at their place of primary assignment, telling them to treat them as permanent staff.
Ibrahim was deputized by the Northwest Area Office Director of the scheme, Hajiya Zainab Isah, who made the plea at a 2021 NYSC employers workshop held in Kaduna. VOICE OF NIGERIA reports.
In Ibrahim’s words: “Some of the employers give the corp members too much workload and they hardly allow them go on break”. Information Guide Nigeria
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Ibrahim however said that the scheme would monitor and put to stop such kinds of attitudes by such employers.
“Employers should treat corp members as their own permanent staff, as they are also their responsibilities during the course of the national service. Their health and wellbeing is very key as that of permanent staff in any organisation, they must take care of them to complement the scheme in trying its best to ensuring their safety and health”. jamb results
The DG condemned the rate most organisation reject corp members, which sometimes results to them stage-managing their own rejection and delay in issuing monthly clearance.
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