Saturday, October 15, 2016

Towards preparation of Charter of Demands for 11th Bipartite Wage Revision Settlement.

AIBEA : Towards preparation of Charter of Demands for 11th Bipartite Wage Revision Settlement.

CIRCULAR No. 27/176/2016/34                                 October 13, 2016

Dear Comrades,

¨   Towards preparation of Charter of Demands
   for 11th Bipartite Wage Revision Settlement.

Units are aware that the current 10th Bipartite Settlement’s period will end by October, 2017 and the wage revision under 11th Bipartite Settlement will become due from 1.11.2017. So far, even though we have been submitting the Charter of Demands earlier, there has always been delay in concluding the Settlement due to various hurdles during the course of negotiations. This has been creating avoidable anxieties and apprehensions in the minds of members and sometimes even leading to casting aspersions on unions as though the delay is deliberate.

Hence, expediting the Settlement in a time bound manner is very imperative. It is good that the Government has advised IBA/Banks to ensure that the wage revision process is initiated early and completed well before the expiry of the current settlement. We welcome this guideline of the Government.

Mandate to IBA:

Based on this guideline, already Banks have started giving mandate to IBA with the approval of their Board. Vijaya Bank, Corporation Bank, etc.  have already given their mandate to IBA.  Few more Banks are in the pipeline.  Our All India Bank-wise Unions are requested to take up the matter with their management for giving mandate to IBA to discuss and finlaise the next wage settlement on their behalf.


Preparation of Charter of Demands:

AIBEA has already set up its Sub-Committee with Com. Lalita Joshi (Joint Secretary of AIBEA) as its Convener for preparation of the Charter of Demands and submission to IBA well in time.  As in the past, we wish to invite suggestions from all our units so that the Charter of Demands reflects the aspirations of the membership and suggestions of our unions.

All our units are requested to discuss the issue at their respective level and submit their suggestions regarding the following aspects:

  • New Pay Scales,
  • Improvement in DA and other Allowances,
  • Leave and holidays,
  • Health cover,
  • Other service conditions and benefits,
  • Duties and responsibilities,
  • Disciplinary procedure,
  • Improvement in retirement benefits, etc. etc.

All suggestions from our units should be sent to us as under:

                Charter of Demands Sub-Committee,
                All India Bank Employees’ Association,
                Prabhat Niwas, Singapore Plaza Building,
                164, Linghi Chetty Street, Chennai – 600 001

                E mail :      chv.aibea@gmail.com / aibeahq@gmail.com
                Fax  :                044 – 2535 8853 / 4500 2191

Send your suggestions before 15th November, 2016:  The suggestions, neatly typed, should be sent to us not later than 15th November, 2016.

Thereafter, these suggestions will be discussed by the Sub-Committee and their recommendations will be considered by the Central Committee of AIBEA for finalization and it would be presented in the ensuing Conference of AIBEA before submission to IBA.

With greetings,
                                                                        Yours Comradely,

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Com.Kumar, since the cir. bears the sign of one-up-manship CHV, I fear as usual he will try to save the Govt/IBA. As usual he will ditch the employees and the retired staff.

Anonymous said...

no fear. he will do it for sure

Anonymous said...

Sir what about child care leave in 11bps

Anonymous said...

Every scale I officer should have salary scales,prequisites and other service condition at par with centre government employees.

Anonymous said...

Members of AIBEA until there is a change in in the top of AIBEA, we cannot expect a decent settlement. A classic case of the last settlement is the medical insurance scheme where employees (both serving and retired) are subject to undue hardship.

KALPTARU said...

BPS(Bi Partite Settlement) has become UPS(Uni Partite Settlement) now.Hence don't expect too much good from the so called leaders.

Anonymous said...

Sick leave to employees would also be available in case of unwell of dependants as employees has a obligation towards his family

Anonymous said...

Fixid Working hours to officers and old pension scheme to new employes are should be allowed.

Anonymous said...

total drama... nothing will happen before April-May 2020...and many of today's Bank will be merged by then for sure...High Risk of Bank-wise settlement may be on card... SO NOTHING IS POSITIVE IN THIS NEWS..

Anonymous said...

Bhai union walon k bas ka kuch ni h. Jab tak retiered bande union k head bane rahe ge tab tak kuch ni milta govt. Se

S.K. VERMA said...

Agreed

S.K. VERMA said...

Agreed

Mohd Rizwan said...

Pension updation/ family pension

Mohd Rizwan said...

Sir mere jese bahut family member aaj bhi Compensate appointment pre 2014 cases ke pending mamle ki raah dekh rhe hain

Mohd Rizwan said...

Aap ka ek mudda uthana hum family member ki problem ko sahi kar sakta h humne apne father ko khoya h sath hi hum financially road pr h plz understand our problems.

Manik Barman said...

retired employee ko har forum me sath
nahi rakhna hai

Manik Barman said...

retired employee ko har forum me sath
nahi rakhna hai

Pradip from Punjab and sind bank said...

It's time to say good bye to bps and demand to be included in central pay commission. Govt will give what they are giving to other govt employee. And no strike. Railways have not gone on strike for 40 years. Still their payment are revised.

Unknown said...

We want 5 day banking. Increase each day by half an hour.

R Kh said...

We want 5 day banking. Increase each day by half an hour.

Anonymous said...

I APPRICIATE THE VIEWS OF MR. PRADIP AND MR. R.KH

Anonymous said...

Again the same drama.. Govt has given guidelines... And not mandate. Remember last time after six months of talk I a said they have no mandate... Let's unions be clear with whom they are talking to..