Wednesday, August 27, 2014

What is practical and realistic approach as per AIBEA?

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AIBEA’s  CIRCULAR  dt.7th August, 2014 says….(Edited for relevant part only))

Dear Comrades,

AIBEA’s GENERAL COUNCIL CALLS FOR INTENSIFIED ACTIONS AND STRUGGLE PROGRAMMES
  1. Expedite Wage Revision Settlement – Take all initiatives to conclude the negotiations early – If necessary, take independent programmes by AIBEA including strike actions to press our demand  ……….
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Wage Revision:  The meeting took note of all the developments and the present stage of the negotiations with the IBA on our Charter of Demands for 10th Bipartite Wage Settlement.  The meeting regretted that the IBA was not coming forward with acceptable proposals
to enable early conclusion of the negotiations.  The meeting noted that IBA’s present offer of increase of Rs. 3,465 crores on cost of payslip components was quite inadequate and needs to be further improved for reaching a mutually agreeable quantum.

The meeting also felt that UFBU’s position of minimum 25% increase should be reviewed to pave the way for further negotiations and that UFBU should adopt a practical and realistic approach in order to clinch the Settlement in a successful manner benefitting the employees and officers at large.

The meeting was concerned over the undue delay in finalising the Settlement and after careful consideration of the factors and circumstances that warranted expeditious conclusion of the negotiations, authorised the Office Bearers/Negotiating Committee to take all necessary steps with the UFBU to achieve early wage revision settlement and further authorised for taking independent programmes by AIBEA including strike actions, if warranted, to achieve the Settlement.

C.H. Venkatachalam
General Secretary.

What is practical and realistic approach as per AIBEA?
What are independent programmes by AIBEA?
Yesterday (26.08.2014) there is a message that BEFI will go for independent programmes.
What is the necessity for that? (Detailed circular awaited)
It is AIBOC’s turn to open its mouth.
What is cooking inside UFBU?


16 comments:

Anonymous said...

All netas should be kicked out and IBA, which is a bunch of scums floating at the top of the banking industry. Only a judicial commission for bankers pay revision can do justice.Idiots who are paying Rs 200 pm to crooks must stop paying them immediately.

Anonymous said...

25% increase is minimum. If UFBU agrees for a lower percentage, it will be seen as compromising the employee's cause. May be they will agree if the leaders get 'OTHER' benefits management. Even AP State
Govt gave 27% Interim Relief to its employees which means pay revision will not be less than 27%. It seems UFBU is not fighting collectively.

Anonymous said...

Sir mai sbisa chorkar aibea join karna chahta hoon mujhe kya karna chahiye please tell me

सुकुमार said...

यूनियन वालो को मोदी ने बुलाकर धमका वमका दिया है क्या। सब चुपचाप है बैठे हाथ पैर धरे। या मोटी रकम हर बार की तरह देकर चुप कर दिया है।

Anonymous said...

I dont know why they compare with private bank employees salary with psb employees salary..just think about salary of govt clerks and private office clerks salary...how could a bank employee get jobs at PSB..every body can write exams..but the winner only get their job...so they deserve the right for good salary hike like govt employees..bank employees are very dedicated workers than govt employees...most of the time they come out office after 6pm...so bank employees deserve a good wage revision..also post a pay commisssion for bank employees...

Anonymous said...

Central govt launched PMDJY yesterday for opening of a/c's and
state govt of AP announced loan bedt
waiver for farmers and SHG's bankers
have to do lot of exercise for doing
these works but where as our wage revision is least bother from IBA,when employees ready for indefinate strike why leaders are not announcing without strike IBA
will not come forward

Anonymous said...

As there is no pay revision, its time for bank employees to go for BRIBING.

Anonymous said...

lic started its pay revision discussion with an intial offer of 10.5% in second round only. only bankers are begggggarssssssssssssss................

Anonymous said...

Seriously..a stern step shud b taken rigidly nd urgently..now dey r planning to make us work even on Saturday evenings till 8...hail Jan dhan scheme....did is not done...cum out guys ....we need to revolt

KANAGARAJ JAGANATHAN said...

As I have said earlier in the FB -Indianbank"kumar", there are wide cracks in the UFBU bond and one after another have opened their PANDORA BOXES. This shows that there is no unity among the constituents of UFBU. This will be a Victory for the IBA / Govt. in reducing the salaries of the Bankers thro' 10 BPS.

Anonymous said...

people shud stop paying to associations and unions.....they all are Chor.......making their careers secure in politics at the stake of po9r bank employees.

parveen nain said...

Mostly all the union leaders are retired persons n they dont hav 2 do anything with the working one thats why they r not making sincere effort for the wages revision

KANAGARAJ JAGANATHAN said...

INDEPENDENT PROGRAMMES ON WAGE REVISION BY AIBEA

The secret behind independent programme by AIBEA is the following:

A reliable source says that in the General Council Meeting of the AIBEA it has been decided to Scale Down the Demand for Wage Increase to 13.5% and the General Secretary of AIBEA Mr. C H Venkatachalam is trying to pacify the other UFBU leaders to accept for 13.5% increase as against the original demand of 25% Wage increase (pay slip components) for Bankmen to clinch the 10TH BPS deal from the IBA. Whereas it is understood that the other constituents of UFBU have struck with 25% as demanded earlier.

This is confirmed by the following words appeared in the AIBEAs circular dated 07.08.2014 - Please read the following text:-

The meeting also felt that UFBU’s position of minimum 25% increase should be reviewed to pave the way for further negotiations and that UFBU should adopt a practical and realistic approach in order to clinch the Settlement in a successful manner benefitting the employees and officers at large.

So, we the bankmen have to be careful and vigilant against Mr. C H Venkatachalam, who may dismantle the UFBU banner and the talks with IBA may break down.

Anonymous said...

who is Mr.Venkitachalam to take concern about the officers class ? let him talk about his retired comrades pension revision only... we the officer community not given any mandate to Mr.Venkt. to negotiate on our behalf.... Are u listening Mr. venk. ? An inservice manager from PSB

BHEEMA RAGHAVENDAR said...

On humanitarian grounds they should consider wage revision

Anonymous said...

As far as Bank employees are concerned, wage revision take place every five years. It is a real fact that most of the Banks give a lot of perks to staff in addition to the salary, as per separate settlements of each Bank. In the present scenario, an overall increase of 12% to 15% (Max) on the total salary applicable for October 2012 will be an optimum increase . Likewise the pensioners also be given an increase of 5% on the total pension amount as applicable for October 2012. The 10th Bipartite settlement is due from November 2012.