Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Series of bank strikes to follow in January 2015

After the UFBU meeting held today afternoon leaders chosen warpath.                                                                         STRIKE, STRIKE and STRIKE.
One day nationwide strike on 7th Januray.
Four days continuous strike from 21st to 24th January.
Indefinite strike from 16th March 2015....

11 comments :

Anonymous said...

Exodus of deposits to private banks.Well done Bankers,you have declared indefinite strike well in advance.You have given chance to many customers to shift to private banks. Shortly govt will reduce its stake in banks,in such case how bankers are comparable to govt employees?

S.Lakshman Rao said...

The proposed Bank strike is not in the nature of larger public interest...

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr Rao and Mr Anonymous, what do u know and think about a bank employee. I feel sorry to say that u guys know nothing.From ur pic Mr Rao, u seem to be a knowledgeable person. But which book has taught u that bankers are not a part of public in daily life, dont we have any responsibility. Towards our family. If there is any such book plz quote the name where it's said that bankers are not human.

Anonymous said...

We are fighting for our just and reasonable demands considering the kind of risk we take, we have to handle EvRy project announced by govt,we are doing job not bonded labour. If govt says banks can not afford fin burden why the hell loan waiver is there ..just for vote bank..if no surplus is there in bank..y dont govt announces it won't take any dividend from banks until condition is good..there are hundreds of such comment can be given..if people like u continue to talk about public interest only..so think humanly and treat us as humans..strike has been forced on us..and it is the need of time..

Anonymous said...

Now coming to u Mr Anonymous..never ever try to compare private and public sector banks..u r against strike..let me give u a short example..do u know the difference between the compensation received by the head of largest public sector and largest pvt sector bank..if yes..then I won't even read ur comment again as its worthless and if no then first Google it...then re comment...

Anonymous said...

We have no other way a clerk is paid a salary of just 18000 how can he work in metro with this salary the hra given is maximum 4000 .Government wants us to do all non renumerative works and wants us to lend to companies and give educational loan but will not ask the borrowers to repay the loan where will the profit come and finally they will say that banks have generated profit

Anonymous said...

In Karnataka a sub inspector of police salary is just Rs19000.Whether a Bank clerk has got more responsibility than a SI.Stop the rubbish.

Anonymous said...

A college professor salary is fixed by a committee of professors. An IAS officer salary is fixed by pay commission with IAS officers. They see that their salary will be highest in the govt. Group B,C,D and bankers have to beg for salary hike

BALAN said...

bank unions should prepare a chart comparing the wages bank vs ventral govt since 1980 and distribute to the members of the public in all branches thereby s eeking support. bank unions are negotiating and getting15 % wage increase every five years which is quite normal. because of the huge increase in government and public sector salaries not through profits but in creasing the burden on common man makes all the difference. bankmen has become LOW WAGE ISLAND and government and public sector other than banks became HIGH WAGE ISLAND. This should be highlighted and expose the government s partisan approach. Government is squarely responsible for mounting bad debts .employees and pensioners should not be penalised for their inaction and absence of firm regulation to curb the menace. k balasubramanian

BALAN said...

RBI governor came openly in support of the bank men s poor pay packet. when all the other sectors like government and public sector including railways are getting huge salaries either through increase in budgetary support or huge debt increase overall in the name of consolidated fund , bank employees who used to get more salary in 1980 s are now getting only 60% of what others are getting despite of the profit . Vote bank politics write off and other things which figure is nearly one lakh croreS in the last 5 years . Who is to take accountability . write off is from the profit of the banks. Wilful default and proximity of the borrowers to the power centre make the borrowers to ignore bank loans. White ants or Cancerous growth is already eating the bank s health. immediately allow 50% increase in the salary and try to save the banks by motivating the employees .stop further accumulation of bad loans by stringent accountability right from the board level

Manoj Sarkar said...

Indira Gandhi created all this PSU banks!!! Why not we privatise all PSU banks? I know many PSU bank employees in my family relations. They are taking lot of work pressure (though little lower than pvt bank in some cases) but in term of salary, they are getting much lower, especially in executive grades. Privatising all PSU banks will benefit bank employees financially, though there will lesser job security.

Privatising PSU banks will help the nation another way, ie private bank management will never allowed our politicians/ ministers to play with banks money for their vote-bank politics. Being a ex-PSU employee, I can confidently say, all sick PSUs are made sick by corrupt/ stupid govt decision.

Let all banks be private and RBI will continue monitoring as usual, so nothing to worry. If required, give some more power to RBI Governor.

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