Aggrieved workers threaten to shut down MTN call centres

The workers told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos yesterday that the communication outfit promised an upward review of their wages after confirming their appointments. “When we were recruited two years ago, we were given a flat salary of N35,000 per month with a promise that the figure would be ‘significantly increased’ after we were confirmed. “But to our dismay, we were only given a flat rate of N2,000. We find that simply unbelievable because our contemporaries in other states are paid ...
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Added February 05, 2012
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