Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Government warns of action against striking staff.

The Centre has issued a warning of disciplinary action to dissuade its 13 lakh-odd employees from participating in the strike called by the confederation of central government employees on Wednesday. 

All departments have been asked to take disciplinary action against babus who skip work for the strike apart from deducting their wages for the day. 

The personnel ministry has even sought a list of all employees who don't turn up for work on December 12. Departments are usually given about 15 days to inform the Centre about babus that participated in a strike, but this time the list of absentees has been sought by the same evening. 

The government was informed of the strike by the confederation in November, citing 15 unmet demands such as scrapping the new pension scheme, setting up the Seventh Pay Commission and revival of negotiations between the government and its workers through the Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM).

Source:-The Times of India

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