Saturday, May 16, 2015

Sub-Group meeting between UFBU and IBA
on Medical Insurance will be held tomorrow.
i.e on 16th May at 2.30 P/M/ at Mumbai
=BEFI news
No news about finalisation of Pay structure and
date. of signing of final settlement.

In the meantime several tables and figures are
posted in social meadia.
Let us wait and see whether these become true or remain
as rumors only.
Completion of settlement before due date seems remote chance.
Inplementation of Saturday holiday along with wage revision
seems to be a hindrance, on reading AIBOC Gen. secratery's
recent speach.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I coulndt find any logic at all.. how long they drag d settlement? till next BP.. great work

Anonymous said...

What a shame, more than 30 months have passed, but ours wage revision is under negotiation. And Central Govt. wages revision is due from 01.01.2016, the report of pay commission will be submitted before time. see the difference between bank and govt.

Vinod Hemdev said...

One more months delay means more money to union as levy when arrears are paid

jainrakesh kumar said...

Our leaders should take their members into confidence and make public details of what is going on and what is the latest position. All the employees are eager to know.
Rakesh Kumar Jain

sbanker said...

sir
we have lost the battle........shame on ufbu. a sheer success to iba. we missed the golden opportunity of 4 day strike thru which we could have got >18%. now within 15 they say medical aid is included. then they will say hill area, mid academic etc and finally pay slip increase will be around 8%.

i think its better to go FOR preparation of charter of demands for xi th bipartite talks.

now we are at the mercy of iba. when more than 1lac crores of loans were written off, they are dragging the issue of 5k cr for their own staff who shed their life for implementing all govt schemes.

shame on u ufbu...sorry.
but the unions will hike their subscription frm june for definite!

Anonymous said...

Banking Industry is going to be a fools playground in the near future and is going to collapse.Because you cannot be Socially productive as well as economically profitable at the same time.

Anonymous said...

what you all negotiated., if UFBU do not know, what it wants and not prepared of its revised pay structure, what it they negotiated. It is simple, you asked for 40 percent, how and where from this money will come, and how it is to appropriated and what are the allowances and its nuances. IF UFBU does not have any of these things before hand, what the hell it means negotiation. Were you sitting with a coffee glass and begging your masters.

shame....

Anonymous said...

Are madarchodo union valo jaldi settlement sign kar do iske pehle ki modi fir kahi ghoomne nikal jaie. settlement dekh ke shyad sharam aa jaye usko to aage bank k upar koi scheme nahi dalega

BAJ24 said...

The historical delay is devastating for banking industry

sridharan said...

donot depend on this political minded trade union leaders for their earning. Let these useless mindless selfish leaders to work for a week during first or last week a minth without availing leave or permission to union work or so. Then only they know the stress of bankers at baselevel.

Bharat Bhushan said...

Kitna paisa liya hai iba se?

thallyan loon said...

Why we focus on things which are not core important..like insurance..loans which we will paid...why not on actual salary ..house rent fuel reimbursement which are for daily needs?????iba are trying to put robe on our neck and show apple in front of our eye!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Same on UFBU......time to change the unions / active leadership...... It's NOW OR NEVER......... no more chance.......

Anonymous said...

Shame on UFBU...... time to change the unions / active leadership..... It's NOW OR NEVER...... No more chance.....


Anonymous said...

unsettled settelment ... still waiting for acche din

Anonymous said...

The way the issue of wage revision has been handled by Union Leaders (r they really?)and IBA, one can undoubtedly say bank employees have been taken for granted by these parties......there has been to say the least no seriousness on both the sides. Been a commercial banker myself for 5 years and having quit the profession i feel i have done the right thing.

Anonymous said...

All the govt so called yojanas are materialised by banks only..but govt is not at all interested with their salary structure...how long will they drag it is a big big question...!!!