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Corporate Affairs Commission Initiates Review of Service Conditions

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Nigeria has embarked on a comprehensive overhaul of its longstanding service conditions. This initiative, announced during a retreat in Nassarawa State, aims to update the commission’s operational guidelines to reflect contemporary public service standards and improve employee productivity.

Hussaini Ishaq Magaji, SAN, the Registrar-General and CEO of CAC, highlighted that the move follows the recommendations from the Management Committee’s 318th meeting. “The objective is to ensure that our service conditions are up-to-date with national labor laws and consistent with the guidelines set forth by the International Labour Organisation (ILO),” Magaji explained.

The review will scrutinize existing policies and make necessary amendments to better serve the needs of the commission’s staff, ensuring that the CAC remains a competitive and fair workplace. Attendees at the two-day retreat include all directors, along with heads of departments and units, signaling a collaborative approach to the reform process.

This strategic revision underscores the CAC’s commitment to adopting best practices in workforce management and institutional governance, setting a precedent for other public agencies.

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