Monday, January 4, 2016

LASU Orders Academic & Non-Academic Staff To Sign Nominal Roll Or Forfeit Salary

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The Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, has directed its staff to resume the signing of nominal roll before the fifth day of every month to ensure payment of their salaries.
This is contained in the university’s official bulletin ‎made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos.
According to the bulletin, the directive is meant for both the academic and Non-academic staff.
The bulletin said the members of staff must henceforth resume the signing of the nominal ‎roll in their various faculties, colleges, schools, departments, centres and units from January 2016.
“The university management also reiterates that as it is the practice, failure to submit the nominal roll by the 5th of every month by any faculty, college, school, department, centre or unit will lead to the forfeiture of salary of the concerned staff for that month,” it said.

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