NEYA urges PenCom to follow through on pension remittance compliance

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Convener of TAMS Summit and initiators of Nigeria’s Employee of the Year Award (NEYA), Afolabi Abiodun has called on the National Pension Commission (PenCom) to follow through on its responsibility of ensuring that monies deducted from employees salaries are remitted to their respective pension fund managers as at when due.

Abiodun, who made the call during an interactive session with journalist on the 2019 TAMS Summit and NEYA slatted for May 16th in Lagos, noted that the challenge of Nigeria today is making laws without following through on compliance.

He said it is unfair that deductions are made from employees salaries for their pensions are not remitted appropriately and as at when due, and nobody is punished for it.

While, as body we push for productivity in work place, we are also concerned about moral of the worker, stating that such treatment do not only kill the employees moral it affects productivity in the work place, Abiodun.

Abiodun therefore called on PenCom to enforce pension remittance to enhance employee morale and boost productivity.

Now in its fourth year, the TAMS Summit is a social impact initiative designed to push the agenda for workplace and national productivity. Convener of the summit, Afolabi Abiodun, who was featured in the Stanford Seed series, Profiles of Purpose, leads a team of young Nigerians who are committed to promoting accountability of time and resources in workplaces in all sectors of the economy.

Holding at the MUSON Centre, over 300 dignitaries, guests and delegates are expected to be in attendance. With the theme, “Charting Nigeria’s Path to Growth: Playing by the Rules of Work, Wealth and Wellbeing”, with Bismarck Rewane to present the lead paper.

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