Confederation Press Statement regarding Nationwide One Day Central Government Employees Strike on 16.3.2017
Confederation has published acknowledgement from Govt of India for the Strike notice and Action Taken Statement from Government.
Confederation article on MACP and National Anomaly Committee Issues – “VERY GOOD” BENCH MARK FOR MACP AND DENIAL OF PROMOTIONAL HIERARCHY
Confederation call for observing 6th March 2017 as Black Day demanding increase in minimum pay and fitment formula.
NPS Committee – Main demands of Central Government Employees not in Agenda – Next round of talks on 10.02.2017 to discuss 3 points Agenda
Confederation report about Govt’s surgical strike on railway and defence employee
7th Pay Commission pay increase is only 14% after 10 Years – Revision of Minimum Wage, Fitment Formula, Allowances and Pension is most needed – Confederation, Karnataka Branch
Confederation expresses dissatisfaction over non-fulfillment of assurances given by Group of Ministers on implementation of 7th Pay Commission pay and allowances
7th Pay Commission related Indefinite Strike of Central Government Employees – Outcome of NJCA Meeting held on 17.1.2017 – No Consensus of Revival of Deferred Indefinite Strike
Confederation appeals for Revision of the restored one-third pension and notional full pension for employees of autonomous bodies
7th Pay Commission Allowances will not be revised this Year as Committee’s time limit extended up to 22.02.2017 – Confederation plans for strike
Confederation has published the Agenda Items for JCM Standing Committee on 25th Oct, 2016
Confederation requests Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendations to Employees of Autonomous Bodies
Increase in 7th CPC Minimum Pay and Fitment Formula: Parliament March on 15th December, 2016 by CG Employees Confederation
Central Government Employees of Karnataka State has expressed its views that Government of India has to spend an additional ₹.25,000/- crores and not ₹.1,00,000/- crores as a result of implementation of 7th Pay Commission contrary to media reports. This will amount to 0.4 per cent of GDP.