Article of Secretary General of Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers on Equal Pay for Equal Work as a constitutional right
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
Amendment to definition of anomaly out of 7th Pay Commission recommendations and Change of Conditions in MACP – Staff Side JCM Additional Agenda items for Standing Committee Meeting
Increase in 7th CPC Minimum Pay and Fitment Formula: Parliament March on 15th December, 2016 by CG Employees Confederation
Confederation also informs that Proposed One day General Strike by Central Trade Union on 02nd September 2016 is one of the issues in the meeting
7th Pay Commission Latest News – Confederation suggests that Associations can take up 7th Pay Commission related issues to Nodal Officers for consideration by 7th CPC implementation Cell
Confederation argues that financial impact of 7th Pay Commission which is projected by the commission as well as media is totally a hype and imaginary. The actual impact as per confederation’s data is around 40K crore as against 1.02 lakh crore reported by media and 7CPC.
NJCA is conducting 3 days dharna at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi from 19.01.2016 to 21.01.2016. NJCA will meet on 8th February 2016 to decide the date of commencement of indefinite strike.
If negotiated settlement on 7th pay commission related issues has not reached by 1st week of February 2016, Central Government Employees including Railway Employees and Defence Civilian Employees will go on indefinite strike from 1st March 2016
The 7th CPC chairman had informed in a PTI interview earlier that “The Commission will submit its report by the end of September
7th Pay Commission indicated the use of Dr.Aykroyd Formula and 15th ILO norms for estimating Minimum wages – Confederation worked out minimum wages as Rs.25,000/- on the basis of these methods
Confederation reports that Demand for merger of DA with Pay and Interim Relief was rejected by 7th Pay Commission on the ground that 7th CPC report would be submitted in time. However, 7th Pay Commission’s term has been extended now
7th Pay Commission fitment formula to be in the range of 2.72 times to 3.72 times and Minimum Wage of Rs. 20,000 fully justified – Confederation, Karnataka State
More than 50,000 Central Government Employees participated in Massive Rally on 28th April 2015 at New Delhi – All India Audit and Accounts Association reports