Monday, January 26, 2015

AIBEA CIRCULAR LETTER dt.25th January, 2015
(important portion only)

AIBEA CC calls for cautious but decisive approach to clinch 10th Bipartite wage revision settlement.
The CC noted that while the present offer of 12.5 % amounted to
Rs. 3940 crores towards Payslip components ( as against Rs. 2980 crores achieved in the 9th BPS ), the same is far from adequate and hence there has to be substantial improvement in the offer of IBA before we could clinch the deal. .....

the CC decided that we have to move cautiously, but act decisively so that no derailment takes place in the negotiations.....

Revised Medical Reimbursement Scheme: In the meeting on reimbursement of medical expenses, it has been agreed to introduce a revised scheme by which employees would get full reimbursement of the medical expenses incurred by them without the existing ceilings, sub-limits and other restrictions which result in employees going out of pocket. The Scheme would incorporate and consist of various improvements also. ........

Discussions on service conditions of workmen employees: In the Sub-Committee meeting held on 19-1-2015, participated by all the 5 workmen unions, all the demands of workmen unions as raised in the common Charter of Demands were taken up for discussion.

There was detailed discussion on issues pertaining to leave benefits of the employees and certain improvements have been agreed upon by IBA.
We are entering the crucial zone – beware of false propaganda: Comrades, while the negotiations have been put on popper track, from now on, the negotiations would be very crucial. While all endeavours would be made by the Negotiating Committee to proceed on the lines of the decisions of our CC meeting to achieve our demands for a fair and adequate wage revision and improvement in other service conditions, it is important that we are fully backed up by total unity of our rank and file membership. Our units and members should also be alert and prepared for any programmes that may be warranted to meet any eventual hurdle in the way of realising our demands. Nothing should be taken for granted at this statge.

Already the market is flooded with rumours, misinformation, false propaganda, canard against leadership – all deliberately targeted against AIBEA. Social media is also being used to denigrate AIBEA and we have located the elements behind the same. But we shall not allow our attention to be diverted to replying to all these engineered and orchestrated attempts. While our units and members should be guarded against the same, such mischievous attempts should be befittingly answered with our dogged unity and unflinching faith on our organisation.

With greetings,
Yours Comradely,

C.H. VENKATACHALAM
GENERAL SECRETARY

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why chv didnot support strike.he should have to explain.we bankers want explanation.and this time unions will not get levy.at this age also chv is union and he donot have answers .we all bankers are fade up of those who goes to backfoot our purpose got defeated on because of leaders like chv who donot have answers.

rajeevkojha said...

Dear Comrade chap,
Why don't you simply ask for Pay Commission for bank employees like Govt?You chaps have neither education,nor vision nor honesty of purpose.What can a bank employee expect from you? You only thrive on members subscriptions and levy.There is no accountability.Please tell all how do you manage to retain your post year after year without any direct,fair and free elections?

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Anonymous said...

Dear CHV

Without strong actions nobody will listen you. It seems like either you are betraying bank employees or you just became lethargic to your responsibility. Why Cant we go for infinite strike - when we all banker are ready to go for infinite strike with the loss of salary to ask for our rights then why you are not ready for that? These are the big questions to your job? And along with the rules of Pay commission we all want 5 days working in a week - please think and take action accordingly or else resign your job please.
Thank you

Anonymous said...

The Game is already fixed at 13.5% to 14.5%. Only there is eye wash for Aam Bankers!

Anonymous said...

Central govt employees earn full pension after completing 20 years of service whereas we bankers are eligible for full pension only after completing 28+.
Why such disparity? Are leaders not aware of this fact?
Why they have not taken up this matter so far while negotiating bipartite. ?

Anonymous said...

In any pvt sector bank ,the employees on an avg get 8-9% minimum increment every year that means in 5 years time they may get a 40-45% rise that too without considering the cumulative effect year on year basis.
Where as we get a revision once in 5 years (for the next five years) and its surprising that we start our bargain from 23% only..
More surprising is that we stepped it down to 19% ...and finally as per latest rumours on whatsaap it seems unioon has agreed for 16%......it is just ridiculous and not acceptable..
Just compare the salary of a highschhol teacher/stategovt professor and you will know that what we are getting is peanuts!! can the union answer ....had we been part of 6th pay commission we would hav got a much much better deal...

arbind kumar Rai said...

You are not going to get any single point increase above 12.50%.