All Central Bank of India unions are protesting against large-scale branch closures, bypassing bipartisanship in decision-making on problems impacting employees, and large-scale administrative transfers of personnel, among other things.
Employees will strike on May 30 and 31 as part of this campaign. Similarly, all of Bank of Baroda’s unions are protesting the bank’s intention to outsource sweeper jobs.
As a part of agitation Bank of Baroda employees are going.on strike on May 30. Employees from Punjab and Sindh Bank is agitating against outsourcing and for adequate recruitment.Â
As a part of the agitation employees from Punjab and Sindh Bank are going on strike on May 30.
Employees from Catholic Syrian Bank are already on agitation with a demand to implement 11th Bipartite settlement.
Federal Bank employees are on agitation against managements attempt to suppress the voice of dissent of the union representatives Employees from Bank of India andÂ Bank of Maharashtra are already on agitation with a demand for recruitment and their opposition to outsourcing.
Employees union from UCO Bank in the recently held All India Central Committee meeting at Nagpur decided to launch an agitation on issue of recruitment. Government has implemented all their social sector schemes through banks resulting into huge workload.
At the same time large scale retirement has taken place in the banks resulting into huge pressure on the front line employees leading to unrest with the employees.
The.employee unions from almost all the banks are likely to take part in the agitation. DevidasTuljapurkar, General Secretary of Maharashtra State Bank Employees Federation appealed the bankers and Government to take initiative in addressing the genuine concerns of the unions.