Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities of Applied Sciences (ASUP) have disapproved of the poor implementation of the integrated wage and personnel information system in universities.
In a letter to the Federation General Accountant’s office on Monday, March 30, 2020, the union strongly condemned the federal government’s decision.
While expressing her displeasure through the payment platform, she revealed some irregularities in paying the salary in February 2020 on the IPPIS platform.
“We have identified a number of anomalies: the exclusion of lecturers from study trips abroad, the excessive taxation of members by non-transferring union check-off fees in salaries,” the letter said.
The union is therefore calling on the government to correct these irregularities before salaries are released in March 2020 to avert growing unrest in the sector.
In the meantime, the academic staff union of universities, the parallel union at the country’s universities, has declared an indefinite strike against the IPPIS crises and the federal government’s failure to comply with the 2019 Memorandum of Action.
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