Mr Johnson Edmund Kyeremeh, the Eastern Regional Industrial Relations Officer of the Public Service Workers Union (PSWU), has inaugurated a 17-member executive committee of the Birim Central Municipal Council of Labour.
Mr Kyeremeh, on behalf of the Eastern Regional Secretary, swore the members into office to serve a four-year term.
He said four out of the 17 members were chosen as chairman, first vice chairman, second vice chairman and secretary.
They are; Mr Michael Akpenyo, Chairman, Mr Charles Adu Gyamfi, First Vice Chairman, Madam Agnes Adjei, Second Vice Chairman and Mr Opoku S. Danso, Secretary.
He said they were appointed to act on behalf of their members and within the powers granted them by the board.
Mr Akpenyo gave the assurance that he would work unanimously with his team to trace challenges faced by workers in the private and public sectors for solutions.
He said the Trades Union Congress was the main umbrella organisation for trade union activities in Ghana and also the mouthpiece of unionised labour in its dealing with government and the employers association.
It aims at protecting, strengthening and developing traditions and institutions of democracy to secure full rights and liberties of workers.