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9th Bipartite wage demand Print E-mail

 

Image ALL INDIA BANK EMPLOYEES' ASSOCIATION
Central Office: “ PRABHAT NIVAS ”
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Phone: 2535 1522, 6543 1566 & Fax: 2535 8853, 4500 2191


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CIRCULAR LETTER NO. 25/255/2007/82 29-10-2007

TO ALL OFFICE BEARERS, STATE FEDERATIONS AND
ALL INDIA BANKWISE ORGANISATIONS:

Dear Comrades,

Reg: COMMON CHARTER OF DEMANDS FOR 9TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT

As informed earlier, consequent to coming to an end of the existing 8th BP Settlement on 31-10-2007, the UFBU in its meeting held on 18-10-2007 and 26-10-2007 finalised the common charter of demands to be submitted by the workman unions and officers associations. As scheduled, these common Charter of Demands have been submitted to Mr. M B N Rao, Chairman of Indian Banks Association during UFBU’s meeting with him today evening at Hyderabad.

Copy of the Charter of Demands submitted by the Workman Unions to the IBA is furnished herein for the information of our units.


With greetings,

Yours comradely,

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C.H. VENKATACHALAM
GENERAL SECRETARY


AIBEA – NCBE – BEFI – INBEF – NOBW

29th October, 2007
Chairman
Indian Banks Association, Mumbai

Sir,
Reg: Revision of wages and service conditions of bank employees

You are aware that the 8th Bipartite Settlement on wages and service conditions of employees will get expired on 31-10-2007 and the need has arisen to revise the same having regard to the all-round increase in the cost of living, erosion in the wages of the employees on account of spiraling price rise, increased workload on the employees, contributions of the employees in improving the business of the Banks, etc.

Accordingly we submit herewith a common charter of demands on behalf of our five organizations for revision of wages and service conditions and urge upon the IBA to initiate negotiations with the Unions to finalise the Settlement at the earliest.

Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,

Sd.. C.H. VENKATACHALAM Sd.. V.K. GUPTA
GENERAL SECRETARY, AIBEA GENERAL SECRETARY NCBE

Sd. PRADIP BISWAS sd.. SUBHASH S. SAWANT sd..ASHWANI RANA
GENERAL SECRETARY BEFI GENERAL SECRETARY INBEF GENERAL SECRETARY NOBW

ALL INDIA BANK EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION ( AIBEA)
NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF BANK EMPLOYEES ( NCBE )
BANK EMPLOYEES FEDERATION OF INDIA ( BEFI )
INDIAN NATIONAL BANK EMPLOYEES FEDERATION ( INBEF )
NATIONAL ORGANISATION OF BANK WORKERS ( NOBW )


COMMON CHARTER OF DEMANDS FOR 9TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT ON REVISION OF WAGES AND SERVICE CONDITIONS OF BANK EMPLOYEES


1. BASIC PAY : -

a) Increase / Revision of Basic Pay by merger of D.A. payable at average Index for the Quarter July-September 2007.

b) After Merger new Pay Scales to be arrived at by adding 40% to Clerical Staff and 45% to Subordinate staff.

c) 10 Stagnation increments - once in 2 years for both Clerical & Subordinate Staff.

d) Fitment on Stage to Stage basis.


2. DEARNESS ALLOWANCE : -

a) Same D.A. formula to continue.


3. HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE : -

a) H R A to be paid at the same rate on the revised Pay

b) Introduction of Leased Accommodation to employees.


c) Payment of HRA on Capital Cost / Rent receipt basis upto 150% of normal entitlement.
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d) Where accommodation is provided by Bank to employees residing in bank's Quarters / Project Areas no recovery to be done from salary. Difference in HRA after reducing the standard rent should be paid to such employees.


e) Payment of HRA in branches in SEZ/NEZ/EPZ to be made at par with Project Areas.


4. CITY COMPENSATORY ALLOWANCE : -

a) Same percentage of CCA on revised Basic Pay.

b) Revised ceiling of minimum and maximum on CCA

c) Definition of CCA Centres:

i) Higher centers : 10 Lacs and above + Goa

ii) Lower Centers : 2 Lacs + State Capitals, Chandigarh, Port Blair, Pondicherry

5. SPECIAL PAY : -

a) Same Increase as Basic Pay
b) EQP/PQP/FPP to be revised on the same basis
c) Sub-staff – Additional increment for additional qualifications


6. TRANSPORT ALLOWANCE : -

a) To be increased to Rs. 1000 per month

Or

b) Reimbursement of Petrol cost upto 25 ltrs. Per month


7. MEDICAL AID & HOSPITALIZATION : -

a) Increase in Annual Medical Aid to Rs. 3000

b) Improvements in Hospitalisation Expenses Reimbursement Scheme.

c) ‘Family’ definition to be enlarged.

d) Increase in income limit to determine dependency.

e) 100% reimbursement of actual expenses to employees &
family members.

f) Enlargement of treatments covered under Domiciliary treatment.

g) Coverage of new treatments wherein surgery is done without admission as in-patient.

h) All recognized Alternative Medicine streams to be covered

i) Revision / enlargement under Package charges scheme.

j) All pathological investigation tests as prescribed by the Doctor/Hospital to be covered for reimbursement.


8. LEAVE FARE CONCESSION : -

a) Liberalisation / Improvements in Class of Travel, Mode of Travel, Distance, Periodicity , option of blocks, etc.

b) In case of employees working in North Eastern States, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Andaman / Nicobar and Lakshwadeep Islands, Air Fare upto the main Land Airports to be reimbursed additionally.

c) Income criteria for dependents to be suitably revised.


9. LEAVE RULES : -

a) Improvements in Leave Rules, conditions, etc.

b) Special sick leave to women employees for specific gynecological ailments / treatments within overall entitlement of maternity leave


10. OTHER ALLOWANCES :-

a) Adequate increase of all existing allowances and improvements and additions.


11. LOANS & ADVANCES : -


Improvement to quantum of Staff Housing loan / Vehicle Loan and reduction in rate of interest and increase in Festival Advance.

12. SUPERANNUATION BENEFITS:-

I) PF at 12% of Pay and DA

II) Gratuity at 1 month pay for each completed year of service – Max. 30 months

III) Updation of Pension of past retirees and improvements in Pension scheme

IV) Extension of para 368 of Shastry Award to pension optees.



13. PART TIME EMPLOYEES : -

a) All part-time employees on consolidated wages to be appointed on Scale Wages.

b) Reimbursement of Hospitalization expenses and LFC at par
with full time employees.

c) Scheme for elevation to full time.

d) Pension to be paid on total service and not on pro – rata



14. DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND PROCEDURE:


a ) Improvement in Subsistence Allowance

b ) Punishments not to be implemented until disposal of appeal.

c ) Deletion of certain clauses of settlement 10.4.2002 which are being misused.


15. SPECIAL PROVISION FOR NORTH EASTERN STATES,
LADAK, LEH AND OTHER AREAS : -


Improvements in Special Area Allowance payable in North Eastern States and other difficult areas to be at par with Central Government employees.


16. OTHER DEMANDS : -

a) No contract labour to be engaged.
b) No outsourcing of Banks' regular, routine, permanent jobs.
c) Regularization of all temporary/casual/outsourced and contractual employees.

17. Deletion of para 522(1) of Sastry Award. Modification of para 535 and 536 of the Sastry Award.

18. Extending Medical Aid and LFC to retired employees.

19. Introduction of 5 Day Week

20. Allocation for Staff Welfare Schemes should be increased to 5% of Net Profit and without any upper ceiling

21. Introduction of intra-cadre career progression scheme for clerical and sub-staff.

DATE OF EFFECT :-


1st November, 2007 .


GENERAL :-


Unions reserves the right to alter, amend, delete and add to the above demands.