According to the official, the impending strike on September 2 was stopping the government from making any announcement over Increasing Proportion of the EPF to be Invested in the Stock Market, hence it wants to consult the trade unions unions before taking the decision.
Soon, managements of companies will have to recognise trade unions that has the support of at least two-thirds or 66 per cent of workers.
Trade Unions have been opposing certain proposed labour law amendments which allow hire and fire, make it tougher to make labour unions and dilute existing social security net available to the workers at different fora.
Govt Employees strike demanding speculative trade in commodity market, employment generation, Strict enforcement of all basic labour laws,Universal social security cover, etc
All India Strike on 02.09.2015 – Joint Declaration of Central Trade Unions on 26.05.2015
Central Trade Union Strike on 20th and 21st February 2013 – Next meeting fixed on 22nd May 2013
The Central Government employees are alarmed and distressed over the spree of vindictive actions pursued by various Accountant Generals against the employees of the I A & AD Department. More than 12000 employees have been proceeded against under Rule 14 or 16 of the CCS (CCA) rules. The resort to such vindictive action has been taken by the Administration of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India