Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG)
Representing Civil Servants in the Socio-Economic Sector
Zambia Union of Government and Allied Workers (UG) is an institution to represent Civil Servants in the Socio-Economic Sector of the Zambian government.
UG endeavours to educate workers on the policies of government and how they can positively contribute to attain a sound and equitable economy. Realising how bankrupt workers in government are in terms of information related to their conditions of service, disciplinary code of conduct and ethics in the public service, UG provides a platform to inculcate these values through discussion. Last but not the least, they act as an information corner for all correspondence aimed to enlighten the membership folk.
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UG Zambia is assisting NEU Professionals recruit for the following NHS vacancies:
ANNOUNCEMENT: In-Person Interviews for Mental Health Nurses in South Africa, Zambia and Namibia
NEU Professionals is excited to be returning to Southern Africa to help even more nurses advance their careers as NHS Nurses. This time we are recruiting motivated and experienced Mental Health Nurses in South Africa, Zambia and Namibia. We are proud to be joined by the friendly and encouraging team at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SWYPFT) who currently have vacancies for qualified:
- Mental Health Nurses
- Paediatric Mental Health Nurses
- Learning Disability Nurses
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NEU Professionals and Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG) sign Memorandum of Understanting (MoU)
In January 2023, NEU Professionals was welcomed to the Hinton Garden Inn in Lusaka, Zambia to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Zambia Union of Government & Allied Workers (UG). NEU Managing Director Edyta Ozbek and UG General Secretary John Nsululu signed the document in the presence of other dignitaries, which provides guidance for the ethical recruitment of health and care workers from Zambia to work at the NHS in the UK.
The signing ceremony was part of a two-day recruitment event in Lusaka organized by NEU Professionals, where over 100 Zambian nurses were recruited to work at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT). Potential candidates were short-listed in advance for interviews, and were greeted onsite by representatives of NELFT, NEU Professionals, and UG Zambia. 98% of shortlisted candidates were successful in their interviews and will be preparing to relocate to the UK in the coming months, where they will complete their Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registration and become fully registered NHS Nurses.
UG Zambia will continue to provide support and assistance to their nursing members while in the UK, to confirm they are receiving ethical treatment and quality workplace conditions.