Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Bank Bipartite : Next talk on 3rd March 2014

Next round of discussions regarding Xth Bi-Partite Settlement of wage revision between INDIAN BANKS' ASSOCIATION (I.B.A.) & UNITED FORUM OF BANK UNIONS' (U.F.B.U.) will be held on 3rd MARCH,2014.
Submitted by Mr Mohan P.

13 comments :

S.Lakshman Rao said...

Right People @ the right forum...Equal pay for equal work.A New Agenda which may get a better life style to the families.The forum needs to have special attention...



S.Lakshman Rao said...

Mission about the Seventh pay commission :Last Basic pay drawn+Rank Pay =Pension for life including family pension...

S.Lakshman Rao said...

Equal Pay for equal work..If this view is well taken care of that will be more than adequate to the families at distant dates.

Anonymous said...

Lets see what is the outcome

Anonymous said...

IBA will be offering 10.5 % increase.

Javeed said...

UFBA, Please don't sell us cheap.

Anonymous said...

This is only an eye wash. There will not be negotiations till the elections are over.Both Ufbu-iba are fooling innocent bankmen.

Anonymous said...

This type of drama is experienced before each Bank Bipartite. Negotiation would start only after at least a year of expiry of previous bipartite. The union would go for 1 or 2 days strike, IBA would not agree for the demands of union and finalyy unions would announce indfinite strike. One or two days before the strike, IBA would agree for reasonable settlement. By the time of actual implementation of agreement, the employees would be entitled for good sum of arrears and thereby Union could claim good amount of levy.

LAKSHMINARAYANA PEDDAHULTHI said...

The Central Government is about to dissolve very shortly and goes for elections in March.I wonder, Bank employees are able to bargain their vegetables very nicely at market place, but not in the case of thier wage settlement. Are we, Bankers are very unselfish and very broad-minded when compared with other sector employees? I question in this open forum that whether Bank employees have no "power" at all to influence the central Govt with an overall population of 10 lakh plus ?Are our votes are not such an influantial to clinch our wage revision atleast for a minimum 20% hike? Freiends! Think for a while......... Comrade P.Lakshminarayana, A.P

Anonymous said...

Alongwith Bpartite settlement,would the union demand for revision of pension of retired bank employees?

LAKSHMINARAYANA PEDDAHULTHI said...

Let's hope friends, our UFBU leaders will find a reasonable hike in the coming 3rd March meeting. Any how, 30% hike on the pay slip components is the only percentage to beat the surging inflation and present cost of living. Hope the best friends........

chandan said...

@ LAKSHMINARAYANA PEDDAHULTHI: Dear friend, don't talk like primitive. BPS will be maximum 13%.

LAKSHMINARAYANA PEDDAHULTHI said...

@chandan anna! if it will be fixed for 13% hike in BPS after the discussions on 3rd March next, I think and bet there will be indefinite strike definitely chandan sir!

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