The Federal government has implemented the group life insurance policy which enables civil servants get some benefits as a result of industrial hazards and death.
The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Mrs Oyo-Ita made this known during the quarterly breakfast meeting with Labour Unions in Abuja.
Mrs. Oyo-Ita called on workers to take advantage of the scheme.
The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation expressed confidence that work is on-going on the National minimum wage for civil servants.
She said that efforts were already being made to enhance service delivery, as workers cannot perform optimally if their environment was not favourable.
She, however, urged labour leaders to fully explore the opportunity presented by this platform to resolve burning issues in order to promote industrial harmony.
While speaking to newsmen, Mr Mohammed Kiri, Deputy President, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), commended the Head of Service for her efforts in improving the livelihood of public servants.
Kiri explained that the meeting is a platform for interaction between the union leaders and the government officials on major areas that affects the welfare and work of the Nigerian workers.
He added that the meeting has brought about smooth passage of memos to councils and quicken approval of recommendations made for the growth of the workforce.
According to Kiri, there are a lot of issues affecting workers in the public service, especially succession and favourable working conditions.
“The public service has a crisis of succession, you find out that in a particular office, all the professionals have retired and they are not being replaced.
The meeting was aimed at maintaining Cordial relationship between the government and labour unions.