Saturday, November 8, 2014

IBA called UFBU for meeting on 10th November ahead of meeting with labour commissioner

Bank unions (UFBU) has given a call for All India Bank Strike on 12th Nov'14 for early wage revision under ongoing 10 th Bi partite talks and against the IBAs attitude in delaying the process.
                Meanwhile,Chief Labour Commissioner had a conciliation meeting the Unions and Officials of IBA on 5th Nov which was inconclusive on adamant stand of IBA and further meeting was called  on10th Nov at New Delhi.
                Now Indian Banks Association ( I.B.A. ) called bilateral meeting with Bank Unions (U.F.B.U.)on 10th Nov. at 12.00 noon at New Delhi prior to reconciliation meeting on same date before Chief Labour Commissioner (Central).
Information provided by Mr Mohan P.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Are bank officers labourers or factory workers ?Why labour commissioner does not intervene in case of government employees? No future for Bank employees.

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