After BEST stir, salary hike with 9-day pay cut

MUMBAI: BEST staff received their payslips on Wednesday however maximum discovered that their wage were minimize for nine days—the period of the strike in January. In some excellent information, the BEST gave a wage hike of as much as Rs 4,000 this month to 13,000 junior grade staffers because it had assured the prime court that they are going to get a 10-step hike in per 30 days pay.

A junior staffer said: “While we were happy to get a hike in wage, we were dejected to look that the wage used to be paid for simply 22 days as we got a nine-day pay minimize.”

The BEST will incur an annual burden of around Rs 55 crore for giving the hikes as in line with the settlement prior to the Bombay prime court. The court has appointed a mediator, retired leader justice of Allahabad HC Ferdino Rebello, to resolve issues between the endeavor and BEST union. The mediator will look into the calls for for a further 10-step hike for the junior grade staff, among other calls for which come with merger of BEST and BMC budgets.

BEST normal manager Surendrakumar Bagde said there will probably be no retrenchment of staff. tnn

After BEST stir, salary hike with 9-day pay cut After BEST stir, salary hike with 9-day pay cut Reviewed by kailash soni on February 14, 2019 Rating: 5
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