Nowhere cool is the new anthem in the media space. Recently there was a likelihood of Tv Africa collapsing since management of the media house allegedly couldn’t pay it workers. Today, the undesirable has happened to the unemployment sector as media guru, Media General Group lays off 25 of it staff members.
TV3 Network owned by Media General Group has fired 25 staff in the latest retrenchment exercise embarked on by the company, according to reports.
The affected staff, according to sources, started receiving their dismissal letters on Friday, October 26, 2018, with notable persons like Station Head of 3FM, Ackah Kwarteng affected.
So far some staff of Onua FM, 3Fm and Marketing Department have been given letters and will also receive a two-months salary in lieu of notice contrary to the labour laws which indicates requires a three-months salary in lieu of notice.
This is the second time that the media house is laying off workers, 100 workers reportedly lost their job in a similar exercise last year.
The dismissed workers were made of 40 management staff and 60 junior staff which sparked a general uproar among various labour unions.