China: 10,000 employees being probed for abusing power

The ex-officials were involved in 7,910 cases concerning work-related crimes.

Service conditions can`t be altered unilaterally: SC

Government cannot unilaterally
alter the service conditions of employees as it would be
violative of the Constitution, the Supreme Court has ruled.

Postal employees threaten to launch indefinite strike

All India Postal Employees Union
(Postmen, MSE and group "D" staff) has threatened to launch
indefinite strike nationwide in support of their demands after
the assembly elections.

Quashing of 25 Doordarshan employees` appointment stayed

The Delhi High Court restrained a Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) order quashing appointment of 25 anchors and reporters in Doordarshan (DD) News channel in 2010.

Telangana employees to launch indefinite strike in April

Under flak from some sections of Telangana supporters for calling off their non-cooperation agitation, Andhra Pradesh govt employees in Telangana region said they will launch an indefinite strike in the last week of April.

Telangana employees call off non-cooperation agitation for now

The government employees from
Telangana have `temporarily` called off their non-cooperation
agitation after talks with the Andhra government ended on a
positive note late tonight.

68 employees of Centaur Hotel in Srinagar to be regularized

After working as casual
labourers for 17 years, as many as 68 such workers of Centaur
Hotel in Srinagar would be regularised now with the Air India
management having issued instructions in this regard.

Delhi govt to build over 1100 more flats for its employees

Delhi Government on Friday decided
to develop a colony at a sprawling 42 acre plot in North West
Delhi to provide housing to its employees.

Government employees in Telangana boycott work

Government employees in Telangana
stayed away from work at many places as
part of the non-cooperation agitation to mount pressure on the Centre to introduce a bill in the Budget session for formation of separate state.

J&K govt initiates action against 27 absent employees

Jammu and Kashmir govt
initiated action against 27 employees who were found
absent during a surprise inspection in Pulwama district.

Female employees think they are underpaid

Most women think that they are underpaid by as much as 25 percent.

J&K govt to pay 50 pc Pay Commission arrears to employees

Jammu and Kashmir govt said that it has decided to pay 50 per cent of arrear of Sixth
Pay Commission to the state employees in phased manner.

7 govt employees suspended over vulgar dance at event

Seven UP health employees,
including three officers, were on Thursday suspended after a probe
found them guilty of staging vulgar dance and permitting
liquor at a swearing-in ceremony, a government spokesman said
here.

Three MHADA women employees arrested, suspended in graft case

Maharashtra Revenue Minister
Balasaheb Thorat on Friday informed the State Legislative Assembly
that three women employees of Maharashtra Housing and
Development Authority have been suspended for allegedly
accepting bribe.

Demand for increasing EPS pension to Rs 5,000

A pensioners forum today demanded that
the pension under the employees pension scheme be increased to a minimum of Rs 5,000 from the present Rs 300 per month.

Maoists kill two princely estate employees

Armed Maoists killed two
employees of a princely estate in Bihar`s East Champaran district today, a senior police officer said.

Teleworkers more satisfied than office-based employees

A new study says that employees who telecommute are more satisfied with their jobs.

UP govt employees get bonus

In a pre-Diwali bonanza, Uttar
Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today announced a bonus of 30
days` pay for state employees for the financial year 09-10,
official sources said.

Authorities can act against `delinquent` employees

Central Administrative Tribunal has held that authorities are free to determine the quantum of penalty to be imposed on delinquent employees and the courts should not ordinarily interfere unless it shocks the judicial conscience.

Regular employees `can`t be asked to work on contractual

The Central Administrative
Tribunal has held that regular employees cannot be asked to
serve on contractual terms unless the policy otherwise provides.