Stephen Adei says that Teachers who want to stay home should be ready to forgo 50% of their salaries
Professor Emeritus, Stephen Adei says teachers have to be able to forgo 50% of their salaries in the event that they need to proceed staying at their residence.
Based on him, public staff will not be routinely entitled to their salaries except they work for it.
At the moment, all colleges throughout the nation have been directed to shut down in a bid to curb the unfold of the Coronavirus.
Consequently, academics have been residence since March, with some trainer unions kicking towards alleged plans to reopen colleges.
Nevertheless, Prof. Adei believes it’s irresponsible on the a part of academics to not focus on their salaries when they’re sitting residence and never working.
“Being a public worker does not mean that whether you work or not you are entitled to your pay. We must have the teachers when we reopen. But I expect some positive contributions,” he informed the media.
“And also you simply go and inform the federal government ‘oh, don’t open schools, allow us to keep at home’ and then you definately say nothing about your wage or what we must always do and the protocols in direction of reopening.
“Nothing, nothing about your salary, you’re going to stay at home. This is a sign of irresponsibility.”