Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Bank Pay Hike Update : Draft Agreement for Workmen is ready, may be signed early with some minor changes.


The draft agreement for 9th BPS fpr workmen is available now. Some salient features of this agreement is being published here under.


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4.          Scales of Pay

In supersession of Clause 4 of Bipartite Settlement dated 2nd June 2005, with effect from 1st November, 2007 the scales of pay shall be as under:-
Clerical Staff


6200
400
7400
500
8900
600
11300
700

3
3
4
7

16200
1300
17500
800





1

1


Subordinate Staff


5500
200
6300
250
7550
300
8750
350

4
5

4

3

9800

400







3




5.              Dearness Allowance
In substitution of Clause 7 of Bipartite Settlement dated 2nd June 2005 with effect from 1st November 2007, the dearness allowance shall be payable as per the following rates:-
(i)         Subordinate Staff
0.15% of ‘pay’
(ii)        Clerical Staff
0.15% of ‘pay’
Note:
Dearness Allowance in the above manner shall be paid for every rise or fall of 4 points over 2836 points in the quarterly average of the All India Average Working Class Consumer Price Index (General) Base 1960=100.
(a)    It is clarified that there shall be no ceiling on Dearness Allowance.
(b)   Dearness Allowance shall be calculated and paid on Basic Pay, Special Pay, Graduation Pay, Professional Qualification Pay and Officiating Pay, if any, payable under this settlement in respect of both clerical and subordinate staff.
(c)    All other existing provisions relating to Dearness Allowance Scheme shall remain unchanged.

8.                  City Compensatory Allowance
Clause 8 of the Bipartite Settlement dated 2nd June 2005 stands superceded and accordingly no City Compensatory Allowance shall be payable w.e.f. 1st November 2007.

9.         House Rent Allowance
In substitution of Clause 9 of the Bipartite Settlement dated 2nd June 2005  with effect from 1st November, 2007 the House Rent Allowance payable shall be as under:

Area

Rate as percentage of Pay
[No Minimum/ No Maximum]
(i)     
Places with population of more than 45 lakhs
9
(ii)    
Places with population of more than 12 lakhs and State Capitals and Capitals of Union Territories included in (i) above.
8
(iii)  
Places not covered in (i) and (ii) above.
6.50

Note:
(1)   Where quarters are provided, HRA shall not be payable and the rent to be recovered shall be 1% of the first stage of the Scales of Pay.
(2)   All other existing provisions relating to House Rent Allowance shall remain unchanged.

10.       Transport Allowance
In partial modification of Clause 10 of the Bipartite Settlement dated 2nd June 2005, Transport Allowance shall be paid @Rs.200/- per month with effect from 1st  November, 2007.
Note:
                              (i)            All permanent part time employees including those on probation and drawing scale wages shall be paid transport allowance on pro rata basis.
                            (ii)            This provision by itself will not preclude the payment of any existing allowance of this nature paid as a result of Government guidelines/bank level settlements.

11.       Special Pay    
(1)  (i)   In supersession of Clause 11 of the Bipartite  Settlement dated 2nd June 2005, with effect from  1st November 2007 and upto 30th April 2010, the Special Pay payable to the clerical staff and subordinate staff in banks other than State Bank of India shall be as mentioned under Part-A in Schedule II to this Settlement.

                            (ii)            The duties and responsibilities as improved or retained as they are and attracting Special Pay in banks other than State Bank of India shall be as set out in Schedule III and shall be in partial modification of Schedule III to the Bipartite Settlements dated 17th September 1984, 14th February 1995 and 2nd June 2005.

                           (iii)            Posts attracting Special Pay as listed in Schedule II (Part A) of this Settlement and which do not find a mention in Part B of Schedule II to this Settlement shall stand discontinued. With effect from 1st May 2010, there shall be only three categories of special pay payable to clerical staff w.e.f. 1st May 2010, viz. Special Assistant, Head Cashier – Category II and Single Window Operator ‘B’.  The allowance payable to them w.e.f. 1st May 2010 shall be given as mentioned in Part B of Schedule II of this Settlement.  Duties which require special skill such as Stenographers etc. shall be assigned to those who possess the required skills.

The Basic Pay of all clerical staff members will be increased by Rs.1000/- p.m. w.e.f. 1st  All clerical staff members will be liable to perform the duties of Single Window Operator ‘A’ as mentioned in Schedule III of this Settlement in addition to the normal clerical duties as and when required, including those duties which attracted payment of Special Pay hitherto. May 2010.

                          (iv)            There shall be only 8 types of Special Pay in Subordinate Staff cadre w.e.f. 1st May 2010, viz. Armed Guard, Bill Collector, Daftary, Head Peon, Head Messenger in IOB, Electrician, A/C Plant Operator and Driver.  The allowance payable to them w.e.f. 1st May 2010 shall be given as mentioned in Part B of Schedule II of this Settlement.  Duties which require special skill such as liftman shall be assigned to those who possess the required skills.

The Basic Pay of all subordinate staff will be increased by Rs.350/- p.m. w.e.f. 1st May 2010.  All subordinate staff members will be liable to perform all those duties which attracted payments of special pay hitherto,  in addition to the normal duties of subordinate staff .

                            (v)            In all other aspects, the general rules and provisions contained in Chapter V of the Bipartite Settlement dated 19th October 1966 relating to special pay carrying posts, as modified from time-to-time, shall continue to apply. 

                          (vi)            Graduation Pay and Professional Qualification Pay payable to the clerical staff in banks shall be as mentioned in Part ‘C’ of Schedule II to this Settlement.

                         (vii)            The special pay, graduation pay and professional qualification pay as mentioned in Schedule II shall rank for superannuation benefits.

                       (viii)            The rates of Special Pay and the duties of Special Pay carrying posts for workmen staff in State Bank of India may be reviewed and settled at the bank level.  "
 
  View the Full Draft Agreement for Workmen.

11 comments :

Sanjay Bhatt said...

LFC,Leave and some other matters not seen in Draft of settlement.

If this is the true draft of settlement then nothing is new from 8th settlement.Same style only some increase in all heads.

Then Why 9 Refugees taken 29 months long time? In HRA head no parity achieved.If its final then We become fool.before 1st April from UFBU.

As per Mr.CHV's reply to me "Due to rationalization of special pay some additional cost will free and it will be adjusted in pay structure."

But I don't find any additional increased in pay structure.

If anybody has clarification then post here.

Sanjay Bhatt said...

This draft of settlement made in January 2010.Its not recent draft.

sudhakar said...

AIBEA made biggest mockery in the history of Banking and BPS.
In 7th BPS, Clerical salary starts from 3020 and the same was increased to 4410 in 8BPS and now increased to 6200. And the last stage under 7th BPS is 10880 increased to 16010 and the same was enhanced to 17500 only.
when the increase is 13.25% in 8th BPS the increase is around 49-50% increase in BP and under 17.50% the increase is quite less. do you call it as negotiation. How AIBEA justify.

IYER said...

ALL RUMOURS & NO TRUTH

NO SETTLEMENT SO FAR
The era of SMS / e mail is again at its overtime work. As if the havoc is not enough the draft copy of the workmen agreement is being circulated under the name of IBA amongst members in Banks.
This is further confounded by the rumours that at 25th March agreement is being signed on Bipartite. Anxious queries and spreading of information is taking place everywhere as to settlement is getting signed.
We have to clarify that the only meeting that took place for officers with IBA was one informal meeting with IBA Chairman on 15.02.2010 at Mumbai where after IBA office gave us a revised chart for scales and other items for discussions.
However the most contentious issue of pension balancing for SBI, incremental cost on pension and date of effect of pension etc., were not taken upon with IBA as it was decided that these issues would be decided in the UFBU meeting.
UFBU meeting is yet to be fixed and we are awaiting the same.
As far as officers are concerned our scale of pay, SBI pension balancing, pension date of effect and incremental cost remain to be decided yet.
Govt. is also yet to react on UFBU proposal of pension costing.
As such we call upon members not to be carried away by rumours. No settlement has been signed and only after UFBU meets and disposes all pending issues and Officers’ Associations agree on the mainframe, agreement will be signed in day light for all to see.
Please bear with the delay caused on account of negative attitude of Govt., and Bankers on some issues.

THE ABOVE VERSION OF AIBOA MAY BE TENABLE IN CASE OF OFFICERS' ISSUE. IT SEEMS THAT SOMEBODY HAVING ACCESS TO THE DRAFT HAS LEAKED IT. FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES, IF SETTLEMENT IS NOT INKED BEFORE 31.03.2010 IBA CAN NOT TECHNICALLY IMPLEMENT 'NPS' FOR NEW ENTRANTS FROM 01.04.2010. HENCE, THE NEXT FEW DAYS MAY BE INTERESTING TO WATCH.... MAY BE ONLY TO RESUME SNORING WILDLY! NEVERTHELESS THE SETTLEMENT LOOKS LIKE A PEANUT SHELL! NOT EVEN PEANUTS!

Parameswaran said...

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



ALL INDIA BANK OFFICERS' ASSOCIATION

Comrades,



ALL RUMOURS & NO TRUTH

NO SETTLEMENT SO FAR



The era of SMS / e mail is again at its overtime work. As if the havoc is not enough the draft copy of the workmen agreement is being circulated under the name of IBA amongst members in Banks.



This is further confounded by the rumours that at 25th March agreement is being signed on Bipartite. Anxious queries and spreading of information is taking place everywhere as to settlement is getting signed.



We have to clarify that the only meeting that took place for officers with IBA was one informal meeting with IBA Chairman on 15.02.2010 at Mumbai where after IBA office gave us a revised chart for scales and other items for discussions.



However the most contentious issue of pension balancing for SBI, incremental cost on pension and date of effect of pension etc., were not taken upon with IBA as it was decided that these issues would be decided in the UFBU meeting.



UFBU meeting is yet to be fixed and we are awaiting the same.



As far as officers are concerned our scale of pay, SBI pension balancing, pension date of effect and incremental cost remain to be decided yet.



Govt. is also yet to react on UFBU proposal of pension costing.



As such we call upon members not to be carried away by rumours. No settlement has been signed and only after UFBU meets and disposes all pending issues and Officers’ Associations agree on the mainframe, agreement will be signed in day light for all to see.



Please bear with the delay caused on account of negative attitude of Govt., and Bankers on some issues.

The above information is taken from aiboa site.

workplace bullying said...

Dear Friends and fellow officers and workmen,

UFBU is joining with IBA to spoil the congenial working climate prevailing in banks. Already youngsters have decided not to choose banking job in SBI or Nationalised Banks. Not only Communism but also communists have become stale. They killed industrial activity in West Bengal, Textile mills in Coimbatore and finally they have chosen Banking Industry.

Let us not believe these rogue unionists.

All of us individually send telegrams to our Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh to conclude wage revision in Banks and set up a Bank Pay commission to save Banking in India.

Please say good bye to the Unions and Associations in Banks.

Let us fight till we succeed.

Bank Officers Unity Zidabad, Bank workers unity Zindabad, UFBU Murdabad, GD NADAF and CHV Down Down.

fbittu said...

IT IS GREAT INSULT OF BANK EMPLOYEES WHO ARE GIVING PROFIT TO GOVT. WITHOUT GETTING ANY SUBSIDY WHILE OTHER PSUs LIKE INDIAN OIL CORP. ONGC GAIL ETC. THEY GET SUBSIDY ON THEIR PRODUCTS AND THEIR EMPLOYEES GET HANDSOME PERFORMANCE LINKED INCENTIVES AND OTHER FACILITY WITH VERY HANDSOME PAY SCALE. AND WE ARE WORKING VERY HONESTLY AND SINCERELY WE ARE GETTING ONLY 17.5% INCREASE AND WE ARE HAPPY IN THIS SITUATION. BASICALLY IT IS NOTHING AS OUR WORK CONDITIONS.
UNIONS SHOULD TAKE VERY HARSH STEP LIKE INDEFINITE STRIKE ETC. OTHERWISE THEY SHOULD NOT GO FOR TALKS AND ACCEPT WHAT THE IBA IS GIVING. WHAT IS THE NEED OF TALKS AT 17.5%
IT IS VERY INTERESTING UNIONS HAVE MORE CONCERN ABOUT THE RETIRED EMPLOYEES BECAUSE ALL THE LEADERS ARE EITHER RETIRED OR GOING TO BE RETIRED. WHY THEY WILL THINK ABOUT THE YOUNG STAFF. THEY DONOT KNOW NEW RECRUITERS ARE NOT INTERESTED IN BANKING SERVICES.
THESE PF OPTEES ALWAYS CHOSEN THE WAY WHERE FOUND BENEFIT WHY THEY DID NOT OPT PENSION WHEN GOVT GAVE THEM TWO CHANCES TO CHOSE IT. THEY ARE KICKING ON OUR STOMACH.
ONLY DUE TO THIS PENSION WE ARE NOT GETTING HANDSOME WAGE HIKE. DO THEY KNOW WE HAVE TO TAKE THIS BANKING INDUSTRY IN BRIGHT FUTURE.
WE REQUEST OUR LEADERS EITHER GIVE UP THIS TALKS OR GIVE HANDSOME WAGE REVISION. DO NOT MAKE US FOOL AT 17.5% AND DO NOT TREAT IT AS VICTORY IT IS JUST LIKE BEGGING.
LEADERS SHOULD SHOW THE COURAGE TO CALL THE STRIKE. WHEN JET AIRWAYS STAFF CAN GO ON STRIKE WHY WE CAN NOT.

Sanjay Bhatt said...

27th March

The End.

chandan said...
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chandan said...

Illustration of methodology for implementation of Pay revision of Central PSU: w.e.f. Dt:01/01/2007




Different elements of compensation before Pay Revision and after Pay Revision
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


S. No./------------- Component of Pay / -------/Pre-Revised/ -------After Revision


1 ------------------------Basic plus DA -------------------98.64---------------------- 137.28


2--------------------------- HRA -----------------------------17.53------------------------ 41.18


3 -------------------------Risk Pay ---------------------------Nil ---------------------------12.84


4 ------------------Perks &Allowances --------------38.67 -------------------------68.64


5 ---------------------Retiral Benefits------------------23.38------------------------- 41.84



6------------------- PRP / Variable Pay------------ 13.12--------------------------- 30.00



7--------------------------- Total --------------------------191.34--------------------------- 331.78



Continue:



S. No./----------------------- Add cost due to Revision/----------------- % Increase


1------------------------------------------- 38.64-------------------------------------------- 39%



2----------------------------------------- 23.65------------------------------------------- 135%



3----------------------------------------- 12.84---------------------------------- No comparison



4----------------------------------------- 29.97---------------------------------------------- 77%


5---------------------------------------- 18.46----------------------------------------------- 76%



6--------------------------------------- 16.88---------------------------------------------- 129%



7------------------------------------- 140.44----------------------------------------------- 73%

SUNIL said...

What is now required is a sincere attempt on the part of the UFBU. But it is unfortunate that the various constituents of UFBU seem to be disintegrating the Unity. Friends unless the Home Army unites how can they conquer the opposite party. One more important thing, Please donot forget the welfare of those who have already retired from the Banks. If you ignore them again today (like they were ignored in the past) you (the working lot) will also suffer later on, because you all will also retire one day (for most of you it is not far off) and then you will have nothing in hand but just repentance. My Best wishes to each and every one of you. May you all succeed in all your endeavors.

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