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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Brief of the meeting

Brief of the meeting of the Standing Committee (JCM) and also meeting of the Committee on Allowances held 25.10.2016

HAPPY DEEPAWALI

HAPPY DEEPAWALI

"EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK” TO THE DAILY WAGE EMPLOYEES

LANDMARK JUDGMENT BY SUPREME COURT FOR PAYMENT OF “EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK” TO THE DAILY WAGE EMPLOYEES, ADHOC APPOINTEES, EMPLOYEES APPOINTED ON CASUAL BASIS, CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYEES AND THE LIKE.

The Hon’ble Supreme Court in its Historical 102 pages Judgment in Civil Appeal No. 2013 of 2013 dated 26.10.2016 has directed that Temporary Employees, Adhoc Appointees, employees appointed on Casual basis, contractual employees and the like, if the concerned employees are rendering similar duties and responsibilities as were being discharged by regular employees holding the same/corresponding posts are entitled “for equal pay for equal work” such employees are entitled for draw wages at the minimum of the payscale extended to regular employees holding the same posts. We will be representing to the Govt. To implement this Judgment and issue a common order in this regard. Full judgement is reproduced below:

Odisha Government to implement 7th Pay Commission recommendations



In a Diwali bonanza for the state government employees, chief minister Naveen Patnaik announced Odisha’s decision to implement the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission.


“The state government has decided to implement the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. A fitment committee has been formed to work out the modalities. This will benefit the state government employees and pensioners”, Patnaik said.

The revised pay structure is set to benefit about 4,00,000 employees and close to 3,00,000 pensioners.
Implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission is to bring an additional burden of Rs 5000 crore per year for the state exchequer.

Source : http://www.business-standard.com/

Central Civil Services (Leave Travel Concession) Rules, 1988 - Relaxation to travel by air to visit NER, J&K and A&N.