Sunday, December 6, 2015

IBA's reply to AIBOC on Pension matters.

IBA's reply to AIBOC on Pension matters.



13 comments:

pankaj bajpai said...

We don't want Iba in next bipartite settlement we want bank to settle the salary structure of their own

pankaj bajpai said...

We don't want Iba in next bipartite settlement we want bank to settle the salary structure of their own

Anonymous said...

Nothing new has come from the mouth of IBA. Same stereotype reply with no concern for the old aged pensioners.Cost study means no more FURTHER talks on these issues. What is going to be our unions Response?

Anonymous said...

The Indian Financial System Code (IFSC Code) is an alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies a bank-branch participating in the two main Electronic Funds Settlement Systems in India: the Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) and the National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) Systems.

ajay rana said...

strike called off...as expected

ajay rana said...
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Dhansay Ram Nagesia said...

Stop run and stop and run this is the reality of our so called leaders.

Dhansay Ram Nagesia said...

Stop run and stop and run this is the reality of our so called leaders.

camehul Zaveri said...

dont give levy to union

Anonymous said...

IBA says that there is repeated comparisions between Govt Pensioners and Retd Bank Pensioners. Yes of course there will be, when Army People get OROP (Apologies to Army ppl, you deserve OROP and no dispute)Govt employees get frequent salary revisions and huge amount paid as arrears to Retd Govt employees, why can't Bank employees get their share which is rightful??
Bank employees perform the most important function in society without them we can't imagine how the system performs? They just can't be ignored in their days of retirement.

jainrakesh kumar said...
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jainrakesh kumar said...

It seems it will take a very long time to settle at least up to the signing of next bipartite settlement and I.e.only if UFBU makes it a demand and does not compromise on it. Hope for the best.

Anonymous said...

What is shocking is nowhere there is any reference to approving pension to Resigned Officers. Please take up our issue too though we are a small minority neglected by all