WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BENEFIT

You MUST be a Nigerian!
You MUST be a paid worker either as state or federal employee, private sectors employee, SMEs, Informal sector employee, temporary or termed contract staff, etc.


Note: All benefits from the programs and platforms that TNWG affords are open to every worker who has signed up as members

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Anyone who is a worker in Nigeria irrespective of sector or industry, level and status is welcome to be a part of TNWG.
To apply for membership, simply fill the membership form and submit appriopriately.
Forms can be filled online at www.niwosec.com/TNWG membership form or by picking up a hard copy form for FREE at any of our state and local offices.
After filling the form you are to make a payment of N1,000 [one thousand naira only] to TNWG account [contact officials for account details].
This payment is your annual membership fee.
Thereafter your membership file will be processed and you will receive a membership code.
With your membership code, you can access and enjoy all services provided by TNWG for the period of the membership year.


It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged.

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Anyone who is a worker in Nigeria irrespective of sector or industry, level and status is welcome to be a part of TNWG.
To apply for membership, simply fill the membership form and submit appriopriately.
Forms can be filled online at www.niwosec.com/TNWG membership form or by picking up a hard copy form for FREE at any of our state and local offices.
After filling the form you are to make a payment of N1,000 [one thousand naira only] to TNWG account [contact officials for account details].
This payment is your annual membership fee.
Thereafter your membership file will be processed and you will receive a membership code.
With your membership code, you can access and enjoy all services provided by TNWG for the period of the membership year.


THE NIGERIAN WORKERS GROUP (TNWG)

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i. Be a volunteer
ii. Register for our trainings
iii. Participate in our conferences
iv. Join The Nigerian Workers Group
v. Advertise in our publication and platform
vi. Donate to the centre and or sponsor our projects
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THE NIGERIAN WORKERS GROUP (TNWG)


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The Nigerian worker is opened and highly susceptible to workplace injustice. This is due to the poor enforcement of relevant labour laws in Nigeria.
Due to ignorance in some cases and prohibitive legal fees in others, many workers suffer unjust treatment from discrimination to job loss without getting justice.
The average worker lacks the means and capacity to secure justice for himself/herself.
The Nigerian worker is opened to a great deal of workplace hazard, but most incidences of such go unreported and unprosecuted.


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Many are ignorant/unaware of the hazards inherent in their jobs, but according to the International Labour Organization (ILO), about 2.3 million people die each year due to work related diseases globally.
Over 313 million workers suffer non-fatal occupational injuries each year, which are about 860 thousand people per day globally.
Nigeria currently has veritable database that drives policy and decision making that favour workers.


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There are sector and industry-based opportunities available which are not harnessed because most workers are not aware of them.
Government is grossly encumbered with too many issues that the fate of the hardworking Nigerian has been relegated to a place of little relevance and importance.
As of today, the unpleasant fact is that very few have the interest of the Nigerian workers at heart and there is no common front pushing her cause forward in a progressive and scientific manner.
There are certain facts which if the average worker is aware of, can alter the course of their work life positively and totally.


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No worker is immune to acts of injustice. Every worker at one time or the other in the course of their work life, falls victim of workplace injustice, some are life and job threatening while others are not. In the same way, no one is immune to occupational hazards.
While no one wishes for such, in the case of eventualities, it is better that you are not left fighting your battles alone and without support. Our careers and work will take up a chunk of your life, hence it is important to have a partner and network of co-travelers that help you make the most of your work-life, avoid the pitfalls and brave the odds together.
Its important for every Nigerian worker to be a part of a group that proactively watch out for their interest and provide a common front for their advancement. This is what The Nigerian Workers Group [TNWG] is all about.


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