Saturday, October 24, 2009

Mizoram to implement 6th Pay Commission

Good news for Mizoram state Govt. employees.

The chief minister told the state assembly that the government would implement the Sixth Pay Commission for its 90,000 employees.


Lal Thanhawla said that the cabinet's decision is being awaited and the government is keen to implement the 6th Pay Commission recommendation as soon as possible, a senior finance department official told newsmen.


Lal Thanhawla, who also holds the finance portfolio, told the house that while the government was ready to implement the recommendations for its regular employees, the welfare of the casual and contingent workers of the government was not overlooked and it was recommended that their wages be increased.

Source : Samaylive.com

1 comment :

IYER said...

A meeting of the UFBU was held on 04.11.2009 in Chennai.

1. 1. The meeting took note of the negative approach of the Government in relation to the revised scheme of compassionate ground appointment/financial compensation to the family of the employees dying in harness and felt that the scheme as discussed and finalized between UFBU and IBA should be got expedited.


2. 2. As regards the condition of the IBA that the entire cost of pension arising out of the wage revision to be adjusted from the proposed wage revision and that in the next settlement again another actuarial valuation should be carried out and the gap should be funded by employees sharing the same, after detailed discussions, the UFBU while rejecting the above conditions, expressed its view that the additional pension cost can be adjusted by sharing a portion of the same as was done in the 7th and 8th bipartite wage revision.


3. 3. Regarding IBA’s condition that a new contributory pension scheme should be accepted by the unions from 1-4-2010 as a pre-condition for extending one more option for pension scheme, the UFBU felt that a mutually acceptable solution should be worked out to resolve the same as unilateral imposition of such conditions are not acceptable.


4. 4. Regarding IBA’s suggestion for introduction of the concept of fixed pay and variable pay for bank employees/officers, UFBU decided not to accept the proposal.


Based on the above, the meeting decided to pursue the issues with the IBA during the next round of talks to be held shortly and to expedite the conclusions as early as possible.

NOW, THE ABOVE UFBU PRESS RELEASE INDICATES THAT THE UFBU IS EITHER NOT CONCERNED ABOUT THE WAGE REVISION ISSUE IN TOTO OR ELSE THE MATTER STANDS RESOLVED FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES. FROM THIS BLOG SPOT I GOT A SMS A COUPLE OF DAYS BACK SAYING THAT THE BANKMEN ARE DEMANDING 25% HIKE. BUT THE MEETING DID NOT DISCUSS ANYTHING ON THIS. WHILE MANY EMPLOYEES ARE WRITING ON THE WALL ABOUT 6TH PAY COMMISSION AND DESIRABILITY OF PARITY VOCIFEROUSLY, THE UFBU IS SEEMINGLY SITTING PRETTY ON THIS ISSUE. EITHER THEY ARE PLAYING THEIR CARDS CLOSE TO THEIR CHEST OR HAVE SUCCUMBED TO PRESSURE. LET US, AS USUAL, KEEP OUR FINGERS CROSSED!

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