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Gaurav 🇮🇳 6h
Benefits Of :- ⛔Better Quality life for Employees ⛔Better Morale Booster ⛔Increased Productivity ⛔Saves On Electricity ⛔Reduced Public Transportation ⛔Less Traffic Woes ⛔Reduced Fuel Consumption ⛔Helping The Environment ⛔Go-Green Efforts 👇
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Newton Bank Kumar 6h
Main Demand of settlement was RT if you agree. 👍🔃
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Urjit Patel 4h
is globally accepted and proved system directly or indirectly promoting large and therefore also gets aligned with Govt campaign of Looking forward for an effective banking reform, supporting work-life balance.
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BankersUnited@Official 3h
3 international events but trending on TOP... Bravo bankers, we have done it again.....
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BankersUnited@Official 4h
Everyone talks about PSB reforms but very few (Including PSBs Mgmt) talks about Reforms of Humanitarian aspects of Bankers working in branches!! Govt wants vibrant India to lead the world, but their own financial warriors dying daily due to their own Mgmt ignorance!
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BankersUnited@Official 5h
Sir, Digital Banking is the future of Banking, rather pushing public to Branches we request you to please make sure implementation of in india. Everyone will be benefited with it & this will be a true reward for relentless services of Financial Warriors amid COVID19
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BankersUnited@Official 5h
Dear Bank Union leaders, if you managed to achieve for bankers in this BPS then may be bankers will forgive you for meagre Wage revision of 2.5% (Actual) otherwise most of bankers have already lost faith in Unions. No failure will decimate Unionism!!
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BankersUnited@Official 6h
Go through the thread & try to understand how an Unregistered & Unconstitutional body IBA lured UFBU (or they already knew) into its trap & deprived Bankers from possible benefits of "Wage Code Bill 2019", UFBU have also seems to surrender demand!!
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BankersUnited@Official 6h
-Money Market Regulator RBI -Stock Market Regulator SEBI -Insurance Market Regulator IRDA Offices of Stock Market, Insurance companies, Central Govt offices, many State Govt Dpts closed every Sat/Sun why can't the facility is extended to Banks?? Why not
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BankersUnited@Official 6h
As per Factories Act 1948 (Section 51), any adult person shouldn't work for more than 48 hours a week & not more than 9 hours in a day & the spread over should not exceed 10–1/2 hours. DM Varanasi expecting Bankers to work 7 days a week, without a Day break??
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BankersUnited@Official 6h
won't just beneficial for bankers to cope up with acute pressure mounted on him due to increase work load & staff shortage but also fr Economy as well! COVID19 isn't going to end sooner & the less ppl visit branches the more adaptive they will be on digital txns.
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BankersUnited@Official 15h
It’s Just not about getting things that motivates us. It’s all about chasing. That’s what forces you to evolve, Never stop chasing ever!! Be ready for today evening...
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Just to prevent any legal setback by any of the Banker. Unions in particular have a lot to answer to their members as to why no one (as of now) have focussed on BPS based on Wage Code Bill!! The way things are, its evident that both IBA &UFBU tricked bankers!!
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Based one correlation btwn signed MoU & Wage Code Bill, its clear that the Actual increase is mere 2.5% coz that's what actually given on the part called "Wages" on a Legal definition. That quick response & rapid meetings was never for Bankers welfare but to conclude the BPS...
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Now as per the Wage Code Bill, Wages means BP/DA & Retaining allowance only, rest everything is not part of "WAGE". Coming again to signed MoU, QUOTE ✔"The Wage Revision" will be effective from 1.11.2017 ✔"Annual wage Increase" in salary & allowence is agreed at 15%
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Under Point No.3 of MOU dated 22-07-2020, it has been mentioned "The new pay scales will be constructed after merging DA corresponding to 6352 points [Avg index point of June, July, August, 2016 (why not of Aug2017??)] & adding thereon a loading of 2.50% on Basic + DA
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Following is NOT part of "Wages" as per Wage Code Bill; ✔Bonus ✔Overtime allowance ✔HRA/Leased rent allowance ✔Conveyance/Travelling allowance ✔PF/NPS contribution of Employer ✔Any commission payable
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Wages include, ✔Basic pay ✔Dearness allowance ✔Retaining allowances (No such allowance on Banks at time) Based on MoU bankers have got merely 2.5% on components legally called "Wages", rest are clearly NOT part of WAGES!!
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
"Employee" means any person (other than covered under apprentice act) employed on Wages by an establishment to do any skilled, semi skilled or Unskilled work. Hence employee engaged in Banking industry shall be covered under the Wage Code Bill positively...
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BankersUnited@Official Sep 24
Replying to @Bankers_United
Now coming to point on why all of a sudden so much hurry to finalize BPS & sign MoU, the answer lies within Wage Code Bill & its rules notified by Govt of India under Gazette notification which have given a clear definition of Employee/Employer & Wages in prescribed manner!!
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