Monday, October 13, 2014

Deadlock in bipartite talk, agitated bankers chose warpath

In the last round of Wage Revision Talks of Bank employees (10th Bi-partite ) held between Bank Unions (UFBU)and Indian Bank's Association on 26th Sept'14  there was no forward movement in arriving  the quantum of increase in wages from the earlier offer of 11% of IBA .Accordingly it was  unanimously decided to undertake agitational programmes to press the demands and to expedite the settlement. It was also decided to observe One day Protest Strike preceded by further action programmes through out the country.
 As scheduled earlier, the meeting of all bank Unions (UFBU )took place today -13th Oct.14- at Bangalore, and have decided to: 
- Conduct rallies/Demonstrations on 30th October in all State Capitals and other Centre
-Observe one day Strike on 12th November followed by Relay Strikes i.e.
2nd December in Southern Region
3rd December in Northern Region
4th December in Eastern and Northeastern Region
5th December in Western Region
Followed by more strike actions including indefinite Strike
 Submitted by Mohan.P


Anonymous said...

A mere first class SSLC with basic computer knowledge is sufficient to manage banks.Banking is not rocket science. I have seen many past clerks working as senior mangers in banks.This can not be imagined in government sector.To become an IAS or group A gazetted officer requires lot of knowledge and effort. It is not rationale on part of bankers to demand pay on par with government employees.The best options is to privatise all the public sector banks.

Anonymous said...

All group C govt employees are graduates but in Banks most of the clerks are below 12th std. They can not be equated on par with govt employees.

Anonymous said...

Completely automate the banks.Offer VRS to 50% bank employees.They will never demand salary hike.

Anonymous said...

All govt departments should be privatised to avoid corruption. Only banking industry should be kept under govt as banking is the only industry which plays vital role in the economy.

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