Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Bank bipartite talk advanced to 17th January

Strike stands.
Subsequent to issuance of Notice by Bank Unions (UFBU )for 48 Hours’ All India Bank Strike on the 20th and 21st January 2014, the conciliation meeting was held on 13th Jan'14. at New Delhi.
The Chief Labour Commissioner (Central) suggested that another round of talks shall be held between IBA and UFBU to find amicable solution and further meetings should be held at regular intervals, say fortnightly, to settle an early wage revision.
 Agreeing to the suggestions made by CLC(C), the representatives of IBA offered to hold negotiations with 
the representatives of UFBU on 17th January 2014.
STRIKE HAS NOT WITHDRAWN
The decision on strike will depend on the outcome of the meeting to be held on 17th January 2014
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Submitted by Mohan.P

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

drama and playing hide and seek

Anonymous said...

Hi I have a query abt strike...that why unions didn't take mass casual leave than strike...????

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