Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Chief Labour Commissioner called IBA & UFBU for conciliation meeting on 20th Feb

Since IBA is adamant in wage hike to bank employees  above 13% under 10th Bi partite talks,Bank Unions(UFBU) have already served Strike Notice to Indian banks Association(IBA)
Under this  back drop of reviving the strike call by UFBU , Chief Labour Commissioners has called Conciliation meeting on 20th february at 3 PM at New Delhi.
Acknowledgement : Mr Mohan P.


chinni k said...

thanks for the post


Anonymous said...

Why there should be meeting when there is no results as proved in earlier occasions meeting with CLC. It is a futile exercise-only an eyewash to cancel the proposed strike as budget session is on the way.

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