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Kashmir employees, government to hold talks Thursday

The Jammu and Kashmir government will hold negotiations Thursday with representatives of 450,000 employees to find a middle ground to end a bitter scrap between the two sides over salary arrears and retirement age.

Govt employees suspended for remaining absent in Poonch

District authorities have suspended 13 government employees for dereliction of duty in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said here Wednesday.

No arrears for Manipur government employees

Manipur government has decided not to pay arrears to government employees, who have been demanding payment of arrears since 2006 under provisions of sixth Central Pay Commission, official sources said Friday.

BSNL employees go on nation-wide indefinite strike

Nearly three lakh BSNL employees began their indefinite strike this morning to protest voluntary retirement and divestment proposals of the Sam Pitroda committee on turning around the state-owned telecom company.

Punjab power board employees begin 2-day strike

At least 60,000 employees of Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) have begun their two-day strike starting Thursday opposing government’s move towards privatisation of the board.

Striking J&K employees return to work

More than 4.5 lakh Jammu and Kashmir government employees ended their 12-day strike Wednesday following assurances by CM Omar Abdullah that their demands on salary arrears and retirement age would be met within three months.

J&K employees extend strike till April 13

J&K govt employees continued their strike across the state for the fifth day Wednesday even as they decided to extend their stir till April 13 in view of "strict measures" being undertaken by the state government.

Leader of striking employees held in Kashmir

The leader of the Jammu and Kashmir government employees` who are in the third day of their strike has been taken into "preventive custody" to maintain law and order, police said.

Despite ESMA, employees continue to cease work in J&K

Undeterred by the Jammu and Kashmir
government slapping ESMA on them, employees continued their
strike across the state on Tuesday crippling work in government
departments and public sector undertakings.

`40% employees plan to switch jobs in next 6 months’

A significant number of employees are planning to switch their current jobs within the next six months mainly due to prospects of higher salary in other companies, a survey by employment portal said.

After surviving Stephen Court fire, joblessness haunts employees

The fire in Stephen Court not only snatched away lives, but also jobs of employees working in offices situated on the two top fire-ravaged floors.

ACB arrests two govt employees for taking bribe

Two State government employees
including a headmaster were arrested by Anti-Corruption Bureau
(ACB) in separate illegal gratification cases in Andhra
Pradesh Saturday.

Govt may clear DA hike for employees, decision today

About 50 lakh central government employees may get 8 percentage points increase in their dearness allowance (DA), as a proposal in this regard is likely to get the Cabinet approval on Friday.

Downturn effect: More loyal employees!

More than a third of employees surveyed have become more loyal to their companies after the downturn.

Uttar Pradesh govt to pay bonus to employees

Uttar Pradesh government on Friday
decided to give bonus to its employees fulfilling their long
pending demand.

Manipur likely to invoke ESMA to break employees` strike

The Manipur government is likely to invoke the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) to break the indefinite strike of state government employees since Jan 16 demanding higher salaries, officials said here Friday.

Flexibility at work boosts employees` well being

Giving employees greater flexibility at work is likely to boost their health and well being, according to new evidence.

Flexibility at work boosts employees` well being

Giving employees greater flexibility at work is likely to boost their health and well being, according to new evidence.

China charges Rio Tinto employees

China has charged four employees of
mining giant Rio Tinto including an Australian in an
industrial espionage case that has strained diplomatic ties, a
lawyer for one of the employees said on Wednesday.

SC frowns on illegal termination of employees

SC has frowned on
illegal retrenchment of employees in the name of
liberalisation and globalisation saying it was violation of
fundamental rights and deplored the growing tendency of courts
to approve such illegalities.