SSNIT begins Saturday services

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has stated that their Saturday services, which is in line with the trust’s agenda to build a customer-centric organisation would bring convenience to its members.

The Saturday operations of SSNIT, which commences this weekend, October 2, 2021, will afford the trust the opportunity to provide services to clients and the public from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at some selected branches.

The selected branches include the SSNIT AIA office, adjacent New Times Corporation, Trust Towers, Airport City and North Industrial Area, Tema Habour and Tema Community 2, all in the Greater Accra region.

In Kumasi, the Saturday services would be available at Adum, within SSNIT Adum Office Complex, adjacent GCB Bank, Asafo, within the SSNIT House, close to Kumasi Technical University.

In Takoradi members of the Trust, clients, and the public would be served at the SSNIT House, near Akroma Plaza.

Services that will be provided include registration of establishments and workers, receipt and processing of contribution reports, payment of contributions, application and processing of benefits, and renewal of pensioner certificates.

There will also be SSNIT and National Identification Authority (NIA) numbers merger services, request for statements of account and update of members’ records (name, contact details, list of beneficiaries etc.) available.

A statement issued by the management of SSNIT regarding the Saturday operations said stakeholders who are unable to visit the Trust’s offices on weekdays the opportunity to transact business with the Trust at their convenience.

“It will also enable employers to make contribution payments if the 14th day of the month falls on a Saturday in order to avoid penalties,” the statement added.

The Corporate Affairs Manager of SSNIT, Ms Afua Sarkodie, noting that the members and clients are the priority of the Trust, she added that, “we are committed to making service delivery a key goal of the Trust.”

She said, the Saturday service was one more channel to ensure that members and the public have continuous access to our services in addition to services being offered on our digital platforms.”

Members of the Trust and stakeholders have therefore been urged by the Management of SSNIT to visit any of the eight branches to transact business with the Trust.

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