According to Newsghana, a cross-section of VODAFONE Ghana employees are concerned about potential job losses as a result of the deal to sell its 70% stake to Telecel Group.
When Vodafone Group took over from Ghana Telecom, the government promised to protect the company’s employees, but that was not to be as hundreds were laid off, albeit with generous severance packages.
Although it is still early, the workers who spoke with the paper on the condition of anonymity remain concerned as they await official communications from the government or their employer on the next steps.
It has also been reported that the company has refused to comment on the matter since the announcement was made last Friday.
The SIM re-registration saga, which took center stage over the weekend amid fears that the deadline would be met and those who had not registered would lose their numbers, has also overshadowed the development.
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