The government today said it has decided to merge Bharatiya Mahila Bank with the country’s largest lender SBI to ensure greater banking outreach to women.
Bank unions said that they will strongly oppose any voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) that is likely to be announced soon for the employees of five associate banks of State Bank of India, which will be merged on April 1.
Country’s largest lender State Bank of India today launched a new facility to enable its employees to work from home.
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Seeking to create a global sized bank, the government on Wednesday gave a go-ahead to the merger plan of SBI and its five associate banks but did not take a decision with regard to Bharatiya Mahila Bank.
Around 10 lakh bank employees will go on a day long bank strike on February 28. The strike call is to demand criminal action against wilful defaulters and reimbursement of cost of demonetisation to the banks.
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Apart from All India Bank Employees’ Association( AIBEA), other unions which will be part of the strike.
National Organisation of Bank Workers vice president Ashwini Rana said there are certain jobs in banks whose tangible gain cannot be measured especially assisting staff.
State Bank of India will grant special leave of two days to its employees as reward for having taken additional stress since November 8,