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Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Employees grievances on 7th CPC to be referred to high-level panel



The representatives of the employees unions had earlier conveyed to the Centre that they did not want it to approve the CPC's recommendations on allowances without examining them further

The representatives of the employees unions had earlier conveyed to the Centre that they did not want it to approve the CPC's recommendations on allowances without examining them further
The representatives of the employees unions had earlier conveyed to the Centre that they did not want it to approve the CPC's recommendations on allowances without examining them further
The government on Wednesday said the concerns raised by central government employees’ unions on the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission would be examined by a high-level committee of secretaries.

Representatives from various unions met Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Rail Minister Suresh Prabhu on June 30. “They had requested that certain issues related to the pay scales and other recommendations of the Pay Commission  to be raised before a committee of secretaries looking into grievances of employees,” a statement said.



“The ministers assured the union leaders that the issues raised by them would be considered by a high level committee,” it said.

On June 29, Jaitley had said that a committee under Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa would be set up to examine the suggestions of the Seventh Pay Commission on allowances. Of 196 allowances, the CPC report had recommended abolition of 52 altogether and subsuming of another 36 into larger existing ones.

The government’s statement did not clarify whether this committee is the high level panel it spoke of.

The representatives of the employees unions had earlier conveyed to the centre that they did not want it to approve the CPC’s recommendations on allowances without examining them further.
http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/employees-grievances-level 

5 comments :

  1. The best way to delay a decision is to create a commission to confuse the issue as was done in OROP.

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  2. commission are being constituted for not doing the job at a prescribed time.

    once commission is not in a position submit its report. ONE more commission will be constituted to finalize their report.

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  3. All these committees or high level commissions cost will be borne by tax payers.So no issues for govt,because we are not at all a poor country.

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  4. The fitment matrix implemented by the 7th CPC is highly discriminatory. Only a difference of a couple of rupees in the pay of two employees within the pay band corresponding to a grade pay is sufficient to set them apart by a row in a particular level, thus causing a basic pay difference of about 1000 to 1900 rupees approximately among the two. This is caused by the faulty design of the pay matrix (first multiplication by 2.57 and then the "jumping"). For one employee the jump is insignificant whereas for the other it is quite significant, even though they were separated in the 6th CPC by a very small margin. For example if employee A has a PPB + GP of Rs. 23490 and B Rs 23520 (Salary Difference only Rs. 30) having same grade pay, say 4800 , then for employee A the pay in 7th CPC is fixed at 60400 whereas for B it is fixed at 62200. (Salary diff. becomes 1800) excluding allowances. Very disturbing, isn't it?

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